Bill Murray, who was the very first guest on "The Late Show With David Letterman" in 1993, celebrated the show's 20th anniversary by exiting a vintage car on stage and dressing up as Liberace.

It was the 26th appearance for the actor.

Murray made a grand entrance in a white vintage Rolls-Royce. He wore a flamboyant cape, carried a white toy poodle, and donned Liberace's signature hairstyle. He was escorted out of the vehicle by a young, blonde man wearing a gold and white chauffeur uniform.

"Wow.  Delightful...I didn't know you had a dog," Letterman commented.

"I had to get something that went with this outfit," Murray responded.

Murray unearthed a time capsule - using a pickaxe and jackhammer - as part of the festivities.

In related news, HBO's Liberace miniseries "Behind The Candelabra" has received Emmy nominations for "Outstanding Miniseries or Movie" and "Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries or Movie" (Matt Damon and Michael Douglas)