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Oprah Winfrey Shares Her Favorite David Letterman Memory: ‘I Keep that Picture in My Office’

Oprah Winfrey spoke with “Extra” yesterday, right before taping her final appearance on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” praising the host. “Dave is one of the originals, he’s fearless, and now he loves me, I’m glad!” 

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The Queen of Talk shared her favorite moment with Dave. “After we had our so-called feud, which I was never feuding, but after we had our so-called feud, he walked me right down the street right there, to the opening of ‘The Color Purple,’ and that picture, I love so much, that moment so much. I remember that I was wearing the brown satin dress. I keep that picture in my office. It was one of my favorite moments of all time.”

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George Clooney also made his final appearance on Thursday’s “Late Show,” handcuffing himself to Dave, and throwing the keys into the audience, saying, “You're not going anywhere, David Letterman."
 
CBS announced that Tom Hanks, Bill Murray and Eddie Vedder will be his final guests as “The Late Show with David Letterman” prepares to close up shop. Hanks and Vedder will stop by on Monday, while Murray, Letterman’s very first “Late Show” guest in 1982, will bid farewell to Dave on Tuesday.
 
Letterman’s final show on Wednesday will be a night of surprises, memories and one final Top Ten List.

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