She made her final appearance on David Letterman's long-running talk show.
And Julia Roberts not only left the legendary host with a fond farewell, but also gave several of her biggest fans something special to go home with.
The 47-year-old actress was spotted signing autographs for several followers while leaving a taping of The Late Show in New York City on Wednesday.
Making appearances: Julia Roberts was spotted leaving a taping of the Late Show With David Letterman in New York on Wednesday
There she blows! The 47-year-old actress's hair blew wildly in the wind upon her exit at the Ed Sullivan Theater
Though the wild wind tossed and turned her red tresses all over the place upon her exit at the Ed Sullivan Theater, that didn't stop her from meeting with some of her biggest fans.
Several devotees patiently waited behind a steel barricade just for a chance to interact with the A-lister as a few body guards tried to clear the way for the My Best Friend's Wedding actress.
Julia looked effortlessly stylish in an all black ensemble including a shiny, flowy top, skinny trousers and Christian Louboutin open-toed leather booties.
Beaming: The Erin Brockovich star was all smiles while out and about in the Big Apple
Dark side: Julia donned an all black ensemble including shiny top, skinny trousers and open-toed Christian Louboutin leather booties
Friendly to fans: The actress signed autographs for many of her loyal followers waiting for her
She accessorised the look with several beaded bracelets and a pair of Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses on her face.
The Erin Brockovich star's auburn locks were worn in a middle-part as she had natural, complimentary make-up on her face.
Earlier in the day, while heading to the appearance, Julia rocked the same dark colour but in a much different look.
She donned a black suit jacket over a matching midi dress and studded grey leather flat shoes while heading to the taping.
Back in black: Earlier in the day, Julia arrived for the appearance in a much different outfit
Casual chic: She once again wore an all black ensemble including suit jacket, maxi dress and grey leather studded flat shoes
Veteran: She wore her red tresses down in a middle-part and had natural, complimentary make-up on her face
Julia has been spending plenty of time in the Big Apple as she was recently spotted for work on Money Monster.
In the film, Julia plays Patty Fenn, the director and executive producer of the financial program Money Monster.
The hit show is hosted by TV personality Lee Gates, played by George Clooney, who offers up stock advice to viewers.
Goodbye gift? She held onto a blue bottle with the Jimmy Kimmel Live logo on it, which is a chat show aired at the same time as Letterman's
All smiles: The Notting Hill actress waved to her fans while beaming as she arrived for the taping
But Lee is held hostage by an irate viewer, played by Jack O'Connell, who lost all his money following a bad tip.
The busy star has also recently wrapped the final scenes on the remake of Argentinian film El Secreto De Sus Ojos, or Secret In Their Eyes, which is due out in October.
The film follows a retired legal counsellor who writes a novel hoping to find closure for one of his unresolved homicide cases, and for his unreciprocated love for his superior - both of which still haunt him decades later.
David Letterman's last show is May 30 ending a 22 year run on the show and three decades on late night.
In the swing of things: She was recently spotted on the Big Apple set of her latest flick, titled Money Monster