The Seattle Seahawks' Super Bowl celebration is going through the Late Show.
Fresh off winning Super Bowl XLVIII, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will be dropping by David Letterman's late-night talker on Monday, Feb. 3, CBS announced Sunday evening.
Wilson, 25, will talk about helping the team win their first Super Bowl championship title.
This also marks the 10th straight year the Super Bowl-winning quarterback has visited the Late Show following the big game.
The Seahawks dominated the game against the Denver Broncos, led by veteran quarterback Peyton Manning, leading the entire game, ultimately winning 43-8.
Wilson, who is only in his second year in the NFL, passed for 206 yards and threw for three touchdowns, in addition to rushing for 26 yards.
Other guests scheduled for Monday's episode include The Millers star Will Arnett, who also lends his voice to The Lego Movie, and duo Broken Bells, made up of Danger Mouse and James Mercer.
The Late Show, a Worldwide Pants Production, is executive produced by Barbara Gaines, Matt Roberts, Jude Brennan, Maria Pope, Eric Stangel, Justin Stangel and Rob Burnett.
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