It may not come as a surprise that the beauty of Newfoundland and Labrador is widely known, but a recent star-studded mention has been making waves across the province.
Long-time late-night show host David Letterman is back in the interviewer’s chair as part of his new series on Netflix, ‘My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.’
In the premiere episode, he had Barack Obama in the hot seat to talk about what he’s done since his time as President of the United States.
However, when the tables get turned, Letterman admits he spent some time exploring the world since retiring from the Late Show, including visiting Japan and a familiar location.
Letterman says in his travels he visited Fogo Island, which he hadn’t heard of before. In good style, he used the time to check out some local icebergs.
Mentions involving David Letterman and Newfoundland have arisen before, as before Letterman’s retirement, comedian Steve Martin joked that he would spend his free time roaming this province.
— NewfoundlandLabrador (@NLtweets) May 4, 2015
As tribute, Twitter account @NLTweets created a Top 10 list why David Letterman should retire to Newfoundland and Labrador.
— NewfoundlandLabrador (@NLtweets) May 21, 2015