Neil Patrick Harris isn’t ready for late night

Neil Patrick Harris was approached by CBS CEO Les Moonves about doing a late night show, the How I Met Your Mother star told Howard Stern on Wednesday. Describing it as a very preliminary conversation, before David Letterman announced his retirement from Late Show, Harris said he wasn’t interested  but would like to host a variety show.

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