Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr could reunite for what could be a historic reunion for The Beatles.
According to Showbiz 411, producers are currently in talks with the remaining two members to have them perform together in early February.
The reunion would take place on The Late Show With David Letterman, which is recorded at the Ed Sullivan theatre, the same stage that The Beatles performed on the Ed Sullivan show fifty years ago.
Paul McCartney during a family outing in December (Craig Harris/WENN)
The performance is rumored to take place on February 7, the same day that The Beatles first arrived in the United States 50 years ago in 1964. The performance is meant to be the grand finale after a weeklong Beatles extravaganza that David Letterman is having on his show.
Although there are no details on what the rest of the week would consist of, there is speculation that some of today’s top music artists would participate as well as family members of the group.
Ringo Starr at his Book and Print Exhibit in Las Vegas in November (Judy Eddy/WENN)
CBS, who broadcasts The Late Show With David Letterman also have a television special scheduled for Feb 9 titled, "The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles."
It features performances by The Eurythmics, Maroon 5, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Keith Urban, and John Mayer.
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