Former President Bill Clinton will visit the Late Show With David Letterman on Monday for the ninth time, his appearance coming on the first night of CBS‘ Premiere Week. Clinton is in NY next week hosting his Clinton Global initiative and will sit with Letterman for the first time since October 2011. His appearance headlines a glitzy week for the late-night show that includes Cher on Tuesday; Robin Williams on Wednesday, a day ahead of the series premiere of his sitcom The Crazy Ones; and The Big Bang Theory‘s Johnny Galecki on Thursday, the same night as Big Bang‘s Season 7 premiere. Steve Martin is the guest Friday.
Bill Clinton Visiting Letterman To Kick Off CBS’ Premiere Week
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