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Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars had a few things to get off their chests last night.
David Letterman‘s final episode of the Late Show aired Wednesday on CBS, and the Top 10 list was presented by 10 of the show’s frequent guests, including Bill Murray, Jim Carrey, Tina Fey, Steve Martin, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Chris Rock. The list’s category was “Things I’ve Always Wanted to Say to Dave.”
Rock’s entry referenced Letterman’s replacement, Stephen Colbert, who will take over in September. “I’m just glad your show is being given to another white guy,” said Rock, to which Letterman replied with a laugh: “You know, I had nothing to do with that.”
For her offering, Fey said, “Thanks for finally proving men can be funny.”
The episode, a culmination of Letterman’s almost 33 years on late-night TV, included a pretaped segment featuring four U.S. presidents, a montage of stills set to the Foo Fighters’ live performance of “Everlong” and an emotional goodbye speech in which Letterman thanked his staff and his family.
The final Top 10 list can be seen below.
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