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A source squashes rumors that the former late-night show hosts have ended their feud and will team up for a new reality show called 'Antique Car Show'.
The 'Late Late Show' host and the British singer perform a duet of 'Every Breath You Take' across the Ed Sullivan Theater where 'Late Show with David Letterman' was filmed.
Letterman's frequent guests including Alec Baldwin, Tina Fey and Steve Martin read 'Top Ten Things I've Always Wanted to Say to Dave' as the retired host shares his plan post-'Late Show'.
Ellen DeGeneres, Betty White, Conan O'Brien, Steve Martin and many other famous names took to Twitter to pay tribute to the veteran comedian before he signs off from television.
Murray leads a crowd chant in an effort to keep Letterman on the air, while Kimmel takes to his own show to recall how Letterman had inspired him.
Appearing as a guest in the final week of 'Late Show with David Letterman', Hanks teaches the host how to use a selfie stick and tells him why he has to have one.
As 'The Daily Show' will not air next week, Jon used Thursday, May 14's episode to pay tribute to the outgoing 'Late Show' host who will be ending his run next Wednesday.
The 'Tomorrowland' actor tries to prevent Letterman from leaving the CBS late-night talk show which he has hosted for 22 years.
The 'Blended' actor performs a funny and heartfelt song to bid the 'Late Show with David Letterman' host goodbye before he retires next week.
The 'America's Got Talent' judge has an awkward wrestle with the 'Late Night with David Letterman' host and asks about Jay Leno rumor.
The 'Muppets Most Wanted' actress removes her blue-and-black dress onstage and gives it to Letterman as a parting gift.
Witherspoon got her 'blonde moment' on the 'Late Show with David Letterman' after taking long time to understand the insinuation that the host is her daughter's father.
Talking about their retirement plans, the president invites the soon-to-be-departing host to play dominoes with him.
O'Brien highlights the impact that Letterman has brought on comedy, jokingly saying, 'Everything was wrong,' but '... the world since has been a better place.'
Letterman says he wasn't consulted when CBS was looking for his replacement, claiming he thought a black person or a woman should've replaced him.