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Bachelor Talk Show Host Letterman to Become Father
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Late night talk show host David Letterman, who portrays himself on air as a cantankerous loner, says he is about to become a father.
The 56-year-old host of the CBS “Late Show” told the studio audience at Thursday’s taping of Friday night’s show that his girlfriend, Regina Lasko, is pregnant.
“I have an announcement to make and I’ll be honest with you, I’m a little bit nervous. I have some trepidations about this. I feel a little silly because it’s one of those things where I thought never in my life this would happen,” Letterman said, according to a transcript issued by the show on Friday.
“And here I am, 56, and by all rights it shouldn’t be happening. But, there’s nothing we can do about it now. And I’m terribly excited about this. I’m scared silly about this. I’m going to be a father.”
Letterman told his sidekick, bandleader Paul Shaffer, that “the wedding is still being discussed. We’re still negotiating the wedding.”
The talk show host quipped that there might be an advantage to siring an offspring at such a late age.
“By the time the child has trouble in life, you know, I’ll be dead. I’ll be long gone,” said Letterman, who indicated that Lasko was about six months pregnant.
“By the time the kid’s out stealing cars, you know, Dad will be dead a few years.”