Photo Special: Letterman’s Legacy! Favorite Broadway, Celeb and Musical Moments From 21 Years of "Late Show"

Photos   Photo Special: Letterman’s Legacy! Favorite Broadway, Celeb and Musical Moments From 21 Years of "Late Show"
 
After more than two decades as host of "The Late Show," David Letterman will retire this month with his final episode scheduled for May 20. We look back at some favorite guests and hilarious moments from the show.


In his 21 years with "The Late Show With David Letterman" on CBS, the talkshow host has welcomed numerous guests from Broadway, including Glenn Close (costumed as Norma Desmond) during her run in Sunset Boulevard, as well as the casts of Once, Godspell, Nice Work If You Can Get ItSpider-Man and The Book of Mormon, along with Sutton Foster and the cast of Anything Goesand Norbert Leo Butz and the cast of Catch Me If You Can.

Each December Letterman welcomes Hairspray star Darlene Love to perform the holiday rock tune "Christmas Baby Please Come Home."

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