Legendary late night host David Letterman announced his retirement last night. Watch the clip below.
David Letterman announced last night that he will retire in 2015. He announced his move live on the show. He told the audience that he called up CBS boss to inform him that he is done and he wants to retire.
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Letterman started late night hosting back in 1982. The 66 year old host is following Jay Leno who retired this year. The new generation of late night hosts has already taken over with Fallon and Kimmel.
The big question is who will take over the Letterman show. We have a year to speculate about that. Is it Stephen Colbert? Watch David Letterman announcing his retirement below
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