In a very rare opportunity, the public will get to hear late-night talk show host David Letterman open up about his own life, including the infamous sex scandal in an interview with Oprah Winfrey .
On January 6th, the daytime icon will host the late-night mainstay on "Oprah's Next Chapter" for an in-depth conversation that will include the 2009 affair with a staffer that resulted in an extortion plot and public disclosure.
Giving his own personal take on the horrible tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut last Friday (December 14), David Letterman shared a seven-minute impromptu monologue on “The Late Show” last night (December 17).
The talk show host began, "It makes me so sad. [These Christmas decorations are] really for kids. You think about this horrifying circumstance. What part of that do you think about that's going to make any difference? Do you think about the kids in the class? That's too awful to think about."
Kicking off his week with a press stop, Jason Sudeikis paid a visit to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City as he readied for an appearance on "The Late Show With David Letterman" last night (August 29).
Taking the stage for promotional duties, the suit clad "Saturday Night Live" veteran was on-hand to promote his forthcoming comedy "A Good Old Fashioned Orgy."
As a follow up to the GossipCenter report on David Letterman's jihadist threat, it seems the FBI are taking things very seriously and looking for the person or persons responsible.
According to an unnamed law enforcement official who spoke to FOX News, the Federal Bureau of Investigation suspects a “lone wolf,” though they’re taking an extensive look into the website on which the threat appeared.