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Stephen Colbert began his tenure as host of the CBS "Late Show" Tuesday with a tribute to predecessor David Letterman, a brief conversation with rival Jimmy Fallon and a surprise cameo from pal Jon Stewart.Colbert introduced his new bandleader, Jon Batiste, and his group Stay Human, who played the new show theme. Later he was joined by actor George Clooney and Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush. He completes the remake of late-night network television from the days of Letterman and Jay Leno to the two Jimmys (Fallon and Kimmel) and himself.Colbert showed a picture of the now-retired Letterman, saying that he bowed to no one as a Letterman fan. The show opened with a filmed skit depicting Colbert traveling across the country to sing the national anthem, accompanied by various folks at a bowling alley, in a factory and at a youth baseball game.Colbert appeared most comfortable seated behind his new wraparound desk, conversing with his guests.Colbert asked the actor.
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