Late Night with David Letterman comedian Eddie Brill hosted the evening as celebrity emcee and auctioneer.
What does LNDL stand for?
LNDL stands for Late Night with David Letterman (TV show)
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- Lange Nacht Der Museen (German: long night of the museums)
- Landing (street suffix)
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- Local Neglect of Differential Overlap
- Latvian National Democratic Party
- Living New Deal Project (California)
- Latex Nanosphere Delivery System
- Leicestershire Nutrition Dietetic Service (UK)
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Diaz, 38, who was promoting her new movie 'Bad Teacher' on Late Night with David Letterman, said the only reason she let Rodriguez, 35, have the last of her popcorn was because she loves him so much.
The former Friends star, 37, wowed spectators when she arrived in mini shorts and high heels for Late Night with David Letterman.
He also finds a subculture that values him as an artist and even a dubious moment of mass-media fame with his appearances in the mid-'80s on Late Night with David Letterman.
The composer, David Yazbek, comes to Broadway from rock and roll and Late Night With David Letterman with a refreshing blast of quirkily digressive lyrics and melodies that sound new (if not exactly groundbreaking).
Yet, despite Canada's advantages in broadcast technology, living next door to the most prolific producer of television products in the known universe means that we mostly watch American shows, or as Martin Short once said on Late Night with David Letterman, "Americans watch TV.
tour, members of Chumbawamba talked about political prisoners on Late Night With David Letterman.