Legendary singer Cher stopped by “The Late Show with David Letterman” on May 6 to bid farewell to the CBS late-night host before his May 20 retirement. She was the latest in a long line of celebrities making their way to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City.
The 68-year-old singer walked onstage to loud cheers before beginning playful banter with Letterman, letting him know that there was one thing that she wanted to tell him. “I really love you and I’m going to miss you,” she said -- and seeming to mean it. Cher celebrated the reunion on Twitter the same day, posting a photo of herself with a television screen behind her that showed Letterman. She last appeared with Letterman on his old NBC show, in 1986, Entertainment Weekly reported.
The singer, known for her edgy style, stepped onstage rocking a pirate-like costume. The “Turn Back Time” songstress was dressed in gray loose-fitting jodhpurs paired with a white fringed leather jacket and suede knee-high boots. The fashion icon teamed her boots with a matching bandana worn over her long raven tresses.
Letterman first announced his retirement plans in April 2014. His May 20 show will mark the end of a more than two-decade run at CBS, following two stints on NBC: a decadelong late-night show and a short-lived morning program.
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