Letterman is on "Oprah" during an upcoming episode, and the interview turned to the scandalous extramarital affairs that could have ended his marriage more than three years ago. According to a Jan. 3, 2013 report by The Daily Mail, the late night television host admitted to the daytime talk show queen, "I have no one to blame but myself" when it comes to the affairs. The full interview is slated to air on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) on Sunday as part of her "Oprah's Next Chapter" series.
In October of 2009, David Letterman admitted to extra-marital affairs after he was the victim of an alleged extortionist who had demanded $2 million from the "Late Show" star. At the time, Letterman acknowledged that his long-time partner and wife had been hurt by the affairs. Letterman's representatives denied rumors that Regina Lasko threw her husband out of the home that they share, and today, the couple is stronger than ever.
The "Late Show" host said things have actually improved between himself and his wife, Regina Lasko, since he told her about his indiscretions, "And now, I feel better about myself, my relationship with my wife is never better, and it's just because I want to be the person I always thought I was and probably was pretending I was. And so far, it's been great. Things have been great." Letterman said on "Oprah's Next Chapter," "I hurt a lot of people. I have nobody to blame but myself. I'm not looking to blame anybody. I'm looking to find out why I behaved the way I behaved."
Watch Letterman on "Oprah" on Sun., Jan. 6, 2013.