The last two surviving Beatles may reunite at the Ed Sullivan Theater, 50 years after the Beatles took America by storm.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are negotiating with producers from "The Late Show with David Letterman," which films in the Ed Sullivan Theater, to reunite on the show, according to Showbiz411.
Reports say Letterman would celebrate the milestone during the week leading up to Feb. 7, the anniversary of the Beatles landing in the United States in 1964. According to the Huffington Post, there are few details available as to what Letterman might do leading up to the reunion.
The potential reunion would air the week before the Feb. 9 CBS special commemorating The Beatles' performance on Ed Sullivan's show. That show included performances of "All My Loving," "Till There Was You," "She Loves You," "I Saw Her Standing There" and "I Want to Hold Your Hand."
The special, titled "The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles," will features performances by The Eurythmics and Maroon 5 and duets by Alicia Keys and John Legend as well as Keith Urban and John Mayer.
McCartney and Starr have performed together since the Beatles broke up in 1970, co-headlining a 2009 benefit concert for the David Lynch Foundation, and performing at George Harrison's 2002 memorial service.