David Letterman: Foo Fighters Among A-Listers Attending Final 'Late Show'
Barbara Walters, Steve Martin, Peyton Manning and Julia Louis-Dreyfus were spotted entering the Ed Sullivan Theater.
David Letterman will bid adieu to his longtime Late Show on Wednesday evening after 22 seasons as late-night host of the CBS talk show.
Barbara Walters, Steve Martin, Peyton Manning, Jim Carrey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Alec Baldwin, Les Moonves and Tina Fey are among the A-listers attending the final taping, according to CBS 12's Suzanne Boyd who spotted the wave of talent filing into the Ed Sullivan Theater on Wednesday afternoon.
The Foo Fighters informed fans on social media that they would be performing on Letterman's show for the show's finale: "Final time on this stage...#ThanksDave @Letterman," the band tweeted.
The Late Show tweeted that a surprise lineup of guests would attend the show finale, which will be filled with a "top ten list, and free balloons for the kids!"
Letterman's final show will air at 11:35 p.m. EST on CBS.