After all, you can't spell TBS without BTS.
Conan O'Brien has been a staple of late night TV for nearly three decades. The longest tenured host in the wee hours -- who began his run in 1993 when he took over the Late Show on NBC from David Letterman -- recently announced that he's wrapping up his TBS show on June 24 before moving to HBO Max. He's clearly an icon, but that doesn't mean the towering carrot top is a global superstar.
"I gotta say, when you go through a change like this, it gets a guy thinking about stuff ... and without sounding too high falutin', I have started to wonder a little bit about, 'Gee, 28 years on TV, day in and day out every night, what's my impact been? What have I meant to the world?'" O'Brien mused on Wednesday night's (May 5) show.
Well, just take it from actual global superstars BTS: not much.