Fans, Celebrities React to David Letterman’s Last Show


Fans, Celebrities React to David Letterman's Last Show

But there were no tears; just jokes, celebrations and celebrities.

No moments of deep introspection; just his usual sarcastic, self-deprecating humor with a tinge of nostalgia.

Rock band Foo Fighters crooned his favorite song, "Everlong," the same number they performed for him when he returned from heart surgery.

And as tributes poured in from the likes of President Barack Obama, Chris Rock and Tina Fey, Letterman quipped, "Do me a favor. Save a little for my funeral."

His fans took to social media to do anything but. And unlike him, some were in tears.

Actress Elizabeth Banks said it was hard to watch the final episode of Letterman's "Late Show."

"He hasn't said a word and I'm crying," she said.

He hasn't said a word and I'm crying. #ThanksDave

— Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) May 21, 2015

Esther Erin Smith, a fan of the show, echoed the same sentiment.

"Biggest lump in my throat saying #ThanksDave and #GoodbyeDavidLetterman," she tweeted using the hashtags for the final episode. "I'm crying, thanks for the laughs and memories."

Biggest lump in my throat saying #ThanksDave and #GoodbyeDavidLetterman I'm #crying thanks for the#laughs and #memories

— Esther Erin Smith (@ssmith556) May 21, 2015

For others, it was the end of an era in late night television.

"Most of my 28 years of life, I've watched David Letterman," DJ Hunter tweeted. "Feels weird to see it end. Thanks for the entertainment."

Most of my 28 years of life i've watched David Letterman. Feels weird to see it end. Thanks for the entertainment. #ThanksDave #goodnight

— DJ Hunter (@ATTICUScc04) May 21, 2015

Others said goodbye to a spiffy dresser.

"Everything that's already been said, yes," Sandy Rob said. "We're also losing the most nattily dressed gentleman on late night."

.Everything that's already been said, yes. We're also losing the most nattily dressed gentleman on late night.#ThanksDave

— SandyRob (@NewWestSandy) May 21, 2015

And other celebrities were not left out, either.

"It's absolutely absurd to thank David Letterman for all he's done in a tweet," said Conan O'Brien.

"But that's the world we live in now."

It's absolutely absurd to thank David Letterman for all he's done in a tweet. But that's the world we live in now. #ThanksDave

— Conan O'Brien (@ConanOBrien) May 21, 2015

Major League Baseball also paid tribute to the comedy genius with a simple #ThanksDave message along with a picture of him wearing a baseball glove.

#ThanksDave pic.twitter.com/rdUx8yORnU

— MLB (@MLB) May 21, 2015

"The Golden Girls"actress Betty White also remembered her friend.

"We love each other so much. I will miss him so," she said. "But look out — I'll find him!"

Tonight is @letterman's final Late Show. We love each other so much. I will miss him so. But look out — I'll find him!! #ThanksDave

— Betty White (@BettyMWhite) May 21, 2015

"Seinfeld" alum Jason Alexander also thanked the late night host.

"David Letterman, thank you for the laughs, both live and on air," he tweeted. "May your family bring you joy and inspiration & may you laugh 4 all ur days."

David Letterman, thank you for the laughs, both live and on air. May your family bring you joy and inspiration & may you laugh 4 all ur days

— jason alexander (@IJasonAlexander) May 20, 2015

Tonight, Dave takes the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater for the last time. https://t.co/UeGGfxHfNW#ThanksDave pic.twitter.com/uQRrgkIsGx

— Letterman (@Letterman) May 20, 2015

And with that, Letterman said goodnight and goodbye to his "Late Show" fans after 33 years on air. (CNN)

 

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