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Craig Ferguson Gets July 4 Honors

Jul 2, 2008  •  Post A Comment

“The Late Late Show’s” Craig Ferguson, who became a U.S. citizen in February, will read the Preamble to the Declaration of Independence from the Old State House in Boston, in addition to giving a speech at Boston’s Independence Day celebration, the morning of July 4, TelevisionWeek reports. Ferguson will host CBS’ “Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular” later that night, the newspaper notes.
—Vlada Gelman

5 Comments

  1. What a great honor for a funny and forthright guy. Hoot, mon! I might forget the local fireworks pageants and tune in.

  2. DVR all set and ready to go! Absolutely adore Craig Ferguson. Never miss his show. Am watching reruns this week.

  3. Congrats Craig! You are the best for this honor-being a new citizen and all. Top notch show too-better than those other late show guys. I’m hoping that Letterman will retire soon and hand the torch to you. You are both intelligent and creative AND what a sense of humor. I’ll be watching Friday night.

  4. This is so great, Ferguson will be great at these 4th of July ceremonies. Anyone know how we can all catch it, if it’s televised? What channel, time? Thanks, Photowoman

  5. Laura,
    It is on Friday 10:00pm, est. WCBS.
    Enjoy.

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