David Letterman saw bagging food in a Hy-Vee supermarket
Like Lana Del Rey’s new gig moonlighting as a waitress at a Waffle House in Alabama, late-night icon David Letterman, too, got a new job…
On Friday, the previous one Late Night with David Letterman A guest was pulled over by a Hy-Vee grocery store in Iowa where he was seen wearing an apron and his own name tag in his picture posted to the store’s Facebook page.
“You never know who you’ll bump into while shopping the aisles at Hy-Vee,” read the caption.
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In a video Posted to Letterman’s Instagram page on Sunday, he is seen telling the store manager that he has “spent a lot of my life in a grocery store in Indianapolis, and this was the last of the single, independent grocery stores and I really liked it.” “
Watch the video above.
“And if I can give something back to the marketing community, I’d like to do that – but I don’t have that all day, of course,” he joked.
A letterman can be seen in the video browsing the aisles of the Hy-Vee, bagging groceries, eating uncooked minestrone soup and telling customers on the loudspeaker that “today and today only,” there was free celery.
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The man was a letter reported in Des Moines over the weekend to attend the Hy-Vee IndyCar Race, where Christian Lundgaard was driving the No. 1 race car. 45 – which Letterman has through a Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Team — but it seemed to have moved quickly at the Hy-Vee before the weekend’s festivities began.
Although Letterman’s move at the market is likely motivated by his racing team’s participation in the weekend’s big race, it is unclear why Del Rey was in Alabama.
Last week, videos showed the singer wearing a Waffle House outfit while serving customers from behind the counter they started circulating on social media.
She has reportedly been spotted recently at a nail salon and Starbucks in the area, and was even spotted in a parking lot signing a poster with her name for a fan while clad in her Waffle House uniform, as seen in her video posted to social media on Saturday.
CNN has reached out to the singer’s representative for comment.
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Letterman and Del Rey aren’t the only famous faces to surprise patrons as unexpected employees in recent months.
Oscar-winning actor and director Ben Affleck worked a shift at Dunkin’ earlier this year to make a comedy film commercial for the Super Bowl LVII, and Ariana Maddix from Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules a clock move at Southern California Raising Cane’s drive-thru window in May.
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