Foo Fighters Deliver Memory-Filled David Letterman Performance + More Pop Culture News

We'll miss you, David.

Foo Fighters and a star-studded guest list help David Letterman close out the Late Show, Rebel Wilson sets the record straight about her age, The Rolling Stones play a surprise Sticky Fingers set, and more morning news.

  • Foo Fighters first performed “Everlong” on The Late Show in 2000, when David Letterman was recovering from open-heart surgery. The band put on their tuxedos and returned to the show last night for its final episode to play “Everlong” in an emotional performance. [Spin]
  • Stars including Alec Baldwin, Jerry Seinfeld, Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, Tina Fey, and Bill Murray also paid tribute to David Letterman as he closed out his 30-year run on the Late Show last night. [USA Today]
  • Rebel Wilson responded to reports claiming that she lied about her age, saying she was really 35, not 29. [LA Times]
  • The Rolling Stones played Sticky Fingers in its entirety at an unannounced show in Los Angeles last night. [NME]
  • Chris Pratt continues to win our hearts in this new Jurassic World set video. [Uproxx]
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