Watch the new Late Late Show host James Corden and Sting sing a good-bye song for Letterman. Besides the song Corden smashed melons in honor of Letterman.
David Letterman hosted his last Late Show on CBS. Letterman kept his cool and hosted an entertaining show. He was doing the Late Show for 21 years. James Corden, the new guy in late night television who just started a short time ago honored Letterman with a duet. A surprisingly bearded Sting and Corden sang sitting on the street in front of Ed Sullivan theater where the Late Show is taped.
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The unlikely duo sing Every Breath You Take to pay tribute to Letterman. Watch the hilarious performance below. Corden started to rap into the song, but Sting does not like it. Sting is also not liking Corden's singing. Corden thanks Sting throwing a Dollar in his guitar case.
For some reason James Corden decided to throw a bunch of water melons off a roof onto a parking lot. This is for you, the Tweet says.
David Letterman has been in Late Night television for over 30 years. He was hosting the Late Show on CBS for 21 years. The Foo Fighters of all bands have appeared on Letterman's last show playing Everlong.
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Late Show with Stephen Colbert is scheduled to premiere on September 8, 2015. The Late Show on CBS airs weeknights at 11:35/10:35c.