David Letterman Honors Regis Philbin by Saying “Always the Best Guest We Ever Had”


Loved watching Regis. Will be missed dearly.

Famous host of the beloved show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” Incredible man Regis Philbin passed away in the United States. His family said in a statement that he died on Saturday night, just one month before his 89th birthday. The man has hosted many popular television shows, including the first host of the American version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Which began airing in the United States in 1999.

As noted by the newspaper “New York Times”, the total duration of Philbin’s stay on the air exceeds 17 thousand hours. This achievement is listed in the Guinness Book of Records. Donald Trump on Twitter expressed his condolences to the presenter’s relatives. The

American leader noted that he was his friend and called for a presidential run. Beloved host and just good man David Letterman has said some sweet and touching words on his Twitter account. He said that Regis was one of the best guests he ever had on show, and also added that he was lovable and charming person.

He really loved him. Letterman and Phiblin were both one of the most successful and famous host ever! They had an incredible bond between them both and their friendship was really strong! Regis Philbin was married two times and has four beautiful children. The first family, with Catherine “Kay” Faylen, broke up in 1968, the second chosen was Joy Philbin, from whom the artist remains to this day.

Regis Philbin is an active football and baseball fan. It is known that Regis does not have much respect for modern information technologies and does not thrive in them. Yes, he was left indifferent to computers and the Internet, although he enjoys using e-mail.

Let’s watch the video below and remember the beautiful person like Regis Philbin. He was an incredible man and host. We loved watching him on TV and he will never be forgotten. He did so much for the country.