Paul McCartney And Ringo Starr May Reunite On ‘Letterman’

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It’s nearly 50 years since The Beatles first flew across the pond to the US on that fateful day in February and Beatlemania swept the nation.

It’s only fitting that the surviving members of The Beatles would stage a show for the monumental occasion.  The Beatles made their first live US television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show on February 9th in 1964 and fifty years later it looks like Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr could reunite.

ShowBiz 411 reports,  McCartney and Starr are in talks with producers from “The Late Night Show with David Letterman” to stage a week-long Beatles spectacular, which films in the Ed Sullivan Theater.  The details of the Late Night week-long extravaganza have yet to be revealed, but a February 9th CBS special is set celebrate The Beatles’ Ed Sullivan performance.  We can only hope that the 2014 reunion comes to fruition.

And just for kicks, check out this newscast about the fab four:

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