(Video) Lmao! David Letterman Reveals That He’s Drunk On SportsCenter

What is David Letterman doing after leaving the Late Show, you ask? Ah, you know, the usual… Getting lit on SportCenter, no biggie.

(Video) One Night Only: David Letterman Comes Out Of Retirement To Join Donald Trump Roast

Funny guys Martin Short, Steve Martin, and David Letterman all got together to have a good old fashioned Roast all at the expense of Donald Trump. Trump has been making quite an ass out of himself lately, every since he announced he will be running for the presidency. Clearly his comments have fueled the fires of these three comedians, enough so that even recently retired David Letterman couldn’t resist. Check out their act below.

(Video) Rolling Stone Thanks Funk Flex For Letterman Legacy

Rolling Stone thanks Funk Flex !! Making history yet again as Rolling Stone covers the story behind the legendary “Funk Master Flex Night” drop, with the voice of David Letterman. The last episode of the TV legacy “Late Night With David Letterman” came to an end last week. In Remembering Letterman Rolling Stone pays homage to our great Funk Flex and recognized that thanks to him, the voice of Letterman will be in fact forever imprinted in New York City.

Barack Obama & David Letterman Talk Plans For Retirement On The ‘Late Show’

What are the future plans of a president who served two-terms and a late night talk show host who is retiring? According to one of the two, Dominos – not the pizza type, but the game type – or a stop at the local Starbucks. Barack Obama and David Letterman talk retirement on the ‘Late Show’ as their separate runs come near. Check it out after the jump.

David Letterman Had No Parts Of Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ Hire; He Wanted A Black Host

The end is near for longtime late-night talk show host, David Letterman, 68; his latest stint being the ‘Late Show’. Moving on from the show is one of the biggest changes in Letterman’s life, a change that comes with “enormous anxiety and trepidation”. During a sit-down with the New York Times, Letterman he opens up about his leave and legacy to follow. The humorous host, who has been in the game for 33-years describes who he would have liked to follow in his footsteps; a black or a woman host. With all the ideas of a late-night host in mind, Stephen Colbert was a distant thought in Letterman’s mind. “I always thought Jon Stewart would have been a good choice. And then Stephen,” he said. “And then I thought, well, maybe this will be a good opportunity to put a black person on, and it would be a good opportunity to put a woman on.” The reason being is because right now, just about every funny women has a show somewhere (not true – I don’t), why not late-night television.

(Video) Action Bronson Performs “Baby Blue” With Chance The Rapper On ‘Letterman’

To honor the release of his album Mr. Wonderful, which is currently available for purchase via iTunes, Action Bronson appeared on Late Show With David Letterman Wednesday night (3/25) as the musical guest for the evening. The Queens native called on Chance The Rapper to perform their collab track entitled “Baby Blue” with a live band to accompany them, giving the performance an extra touch of soul. Check out their performance below and make sure you cop Bronsolino’s album ASAP! Quality music is hard to come by so when it is released, we as the Hip-Hop community must support.

(Video) Will Smith Performs “Gettin Jiggy Wit It” On Letterman

The nostalgia of this one! How dope! Last night, Will Smith was the guest on David Letterman’s late night spot, and along with the show’s in-house band, he performed his 1998 smash single, “Gettin Jiggy Wit It.” Perfect for TBT, huh? David also learned (via Will) that there’s a black man inside of him. Whet? LOL! Watch the funny clip below.

(Video) J. Cole Performs “Be Free” On Letterman

All we wanna do is take the chains off … All we wanna do it be free … Taking away from his latest album, J. Cole hits up ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ to perform the inspirational, “Be Free.” The inspirational tribute is focused on the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner. Check it out after the jump.

(Video) Wu Tang Clan Performs, “Ruckus In B Minor” On Letterman

…and they’re still number one! Wu-Tang Clan’s 1, 2-step maybe somewhat eh, but the group still have the skills to move the crowd. Find out more below.

(Video) Sports: Serena Williams Shatters Window With Tennis Serve, But All Eyes On Her Backside

Yesterday we showed you guys the pics of Serena Williams playing tennis with David Letterman while her a** was looking crazy in her white skirt. Today we got some video for you. Her serve is powerful enough to shatter glass, but again, her skirt steals the show for anyone watching.

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