Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton will yuk it up on CBS’s “Late Show with David Letterman,” a day before the Feb. 5 Super Tuesday contests.
Clinton will join Letterman on set before a studio audience in New York this coming Monday. She was last on the program Jan. 2, in a cameo appearance from Iowa.
It will be the former first lady’s ninth visit to the show. She first appeared in 1994 from the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, where she was interviewed by Letterman’s mother.
Letterman’s show has been a popular destination for the presidential hopefuls. Democrats Barack Obama and John Edwards have both appeared twice since entering the race — Obama as recently as last Thursday, where he read the nightly Top 10 list.
Republican John McCain announced his candidacy on Letterman’s show last February. GOP rivals Rudy Giuliani and Mike Huckabee have also appeared on the show as candidates.