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A reunion with all four Beatles isn’t possible anymore, sadly. But Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr could soon take the stage together in the very same place that launched Beatlemania in America!
It was 50 years ago that the British band made their U.S. television debut on the Ed Sullivan Show. It was a night that changed music forever!
Half a century later, that same studio is now used by David Letterman and the Late Show. Rumors are floating around about Paul and Ringo being set to perform live again to commemorate the anniversary of their first appearance in the Ed Sullivan Theater!
Sources say Dave will make the entire week of February 3rd to the 7th a five-night Beatles extravaganza!
CBS is also airing a Beatles concert special on February 9th, the exact same day they first rocked the Ed Sullivan Show and the world!
Paul and Ringo singing live again on TV?! Oh please, please, please, let it be, let it be, let it be TRUE!