Transcript for David Letterman to return to late night with Jimmy Kimmel in Brooklyn
I mean, kind of stole my thunder, George. That's tomorrow. Right now good morning to you. Let's talk about David Letterman heading back to late night. If only -- yes. Wow. There's a catch. He'll join Jimmy Kimmel as he takes his show from Los Angeles to Brooklyn for a week and Letterman will not be alone and bring his locktime band leader Paul Schaffer so they'll go sit on the couch and catch up. Schaeffer will stay with the house band for a week. Other guest, Billy Joel, Amy Schumer, Howard Stern and Tracy Morgan and he does this Brooklyn show every year. It's always very fun, a little naughty. It kicks off October 16th. A little naughty. Back to his roots. Yes. Also in "Pop news" this morning, when you combine the winter olympics with the bachelor, if you're smelling the sweet scent of a spin-off your nose is not deceiving you. Get ready for the batch already winter games, everybody. I mean Mike fleiss is a genius. If there is a spin-off this man will find it. He is the creator and confirmed they are happening and big news, though, big news this morning, Peter will be there. I don't know if you guys watched the last season of "The bachelorette." He got away from Rachel. Everyone wanted him to be the bachelor. That was not to be. Fans were distraught. Now it's going to be okay because Peter is back. Mike tweeted the news he signed on last night and shared it will feature bachelors and bachelorettes from dozens of countries around the world. To make it international. That's right. Like a mini U.N. On "The bachelor." Great job Michael fleiss. We will be watching as usual.
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