In March 1994, Madonna severely tested Letterman's mettle in an exchange that's become a standout late night moment. Letterman introduced Madge as a top-selling pop star who'd slept with some of the biggest names in the industry, which prompted Madonna to go off a very profane deep end. At last count, somewhere around 13 F-bombs were dropped over the course of the interview.
David Letterman will remain on late-night TV at least through 2015, CBS announced Friday.
Letterman characteristically cracked wise about his new deal with CBS President and CEO Les Moonves.
"Les and I had a lengthy discussion, and we both agreed that I needed a little more time to fully run the show into the ground,"
Letterman said in a CBS news release.
He moved to CBS and "The Late Show with David Letterman" on Aug 30, 1993.