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Posted at 03:13 PM ET, 11/30/2012

David Letterman, Led Zeppelin reunite day after Kennedy Center Honors for an interview


Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin at Live Aid, 1985. (Ron Galella - WIREIMAGE)
After the Kennedy Center Honors take place this Sunday, two of the honorees will reunite, as members of rock group Led Zeppelin will sit down for a rare interview together on “Late Show With David Letterman.”

Letterman, along with rockers John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, will come together again Monday night on his show, after receiving the Kennedy Center Honor prize the day before in Washington.

Later in the month, other Kennedy Center honorees Dustin Hoffman and Natalia Makarova will visit Letterman’s show on Dec. 7 and Dec. 11, respectively.

The Kennedy Center Honors air Wednesday, Dec. 26 on CBS.

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