Photos David Letterman on vacation in St. Bart's pop up online showing he is either really enjoying his post-showbiz life and doesn't care about his appearance, or he's auditioning to be the next Santa Claus.
All plans were put on hold indefinitely. All plans of all kinds after terrorists destroyed the World Trade Center, flew a plane into the Pentagon, and were forced to the ground in Pennsylvania along with their uncommonly courageous fellow passengers of United Flight 93.
When Kevin Ware saw that his broken tibia was sticking six inches out of his leg, he screamed and went into shock. Then he repeatedly implored his team to beat Duke. More than likely, his surprisingly acute presence of mind didn't include foreseeing an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman BECAUSE of that leg.
Wow! Southern Indiana was getting a lot of airtime on national television yesterday. First, Holiday World and Santa Claus popped up on Jeopardy! Then, last night David Letterman opened Late Show monologue by saying, "Live from Evansville, Indiana!"
Last night on The Late Show with David Letterman, Lionel Richie stopped by to promote his new country music CD, Tuskegee. And he brought along his new buddy, Jason Aldean, to perform their duet from the project. Take a listen to their version on Lionel's #1 classic, "Say You, Say Me!"
Was watching David Letterman last night, and seen this guy named Tanner Foust he jumped a four-wheeled drive vehicle over 330 feet in the air. I grew up watching The Dukes of Hazzard as a kid, so I love to watch cars jump. You need to check out this Hot Wheels vehicle as it drops down 10 stories and reaching speeds over 100mph before soaring off the orange track at the Indianapolis Motor Speedwa
I think it was about 5 or 6 years ago that I was watching David Letterman when he announced that his musical guest was going to be gospel act The Blind Boys of Alabama. I was completely unfamiliar with this name. And Letterman often welcomes obscure musicians to perform--with mixed results, I have to admit. After watching The Blind Boys of Alabama, I had to admit I was blown away.
On the twelfth day of April, my true love gave to me...Nothing. It's April. On this day in 1947, a genius, David Letterman, was born. If I had time, I'd give you the Top Ten reasons why that's a good thing. In 1992, Euro Disney opened. It was later renamed Disneyland Paris. Yes, Paris Hilton got her own Disneyland. My favorite ride was the one where you put on a dog costume and rode around in a g