Stephen Colbert preps for his first show as host of CBS' The Late Show, taking over from legendary predecessor David Letterman with debut guests George Clooney and Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush. Jennifer Davis reports.
Stephen Colbert looked relaxed as a camera crew from Iowa caught him walking into the Ed Sullivan Theater to tape his first show as host of CBS' "The Late Show." A casually dressed George Clooney entered the building - as did Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush - both guests appearing on the first episode of the late night show that Colbert is taking over from David Letterman. Fans are so excited - they waited in 90-plus degree heat to score tickets and witness TV history. (SOUNDBITE) (English) UNKNOWN TICKETHOLDER SAYING: "I think it's gonna be the funniest show on TV, I think it's gonna be the best late-night show ever, I think it's gonna be incredible." Colbert left his cable talk show in December and says now that this hosting job is about to start - he's committed to having as much fun with it as possible. (SOUNDBITE) (English) TALK SHOW HOST STEPHEN COLBERT SAYING: "It's a challenge to do, you know, 202 hours of a show in a year. And you have to approach it with joy, which means that you approach it with vitality and every moment's a choice and you do your best to have a good time while you're doing it." Millions are expected to tune in to the big premiere.