After a Decade, Craig Ferguson Says Farewell to The Late Late Show


After another very high-profile farewell this week, Craig Ferguson, the host of The Late Late Show, made a quieter adieu. Ferguson called it quits when he found out he wasn't going to succeed David Letterman at The Late Show. As expected, his good-bye was modest and charming. "You came to a show that was a bit of a fixer-upper, and it kind of stayed that way," he said during his opening monologue. "But what I think we managed to do here was make something that wasn't here before."

He also had a little song-and-dance number complete with drumming from his celebrity friends to cap it all off.

Farewell, Craig. We wish you well.