Celebrities Take To Twitter About The Death Of Don Cornelius

Don Cornelius File Photo
Don Cornelius File Photo

Don Cornelius File Photo

Here are tweets from celebrities reacting to the passing of legend Don Cornelius.


Video: Alicia Keys Joins Prince For 21 Nights In L.A. Watch Now!


OK, if you haven't been trying to get yourself to the Forum in L.A., which is already going to a be historic run of 21 Nights In L.A., where Prince has been performing his hits and many more through 3 shows already, he made you pay for it last night.

Prince started performing "How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore" at his piano while someone was being risen center stage.  The voice sounded before the lights went on her, but Miss Alicia Keys was singing the Prince song she covered while he played for her.

During the 2nd verse, which is what is posted above, Prince and Alicia turned the Prince classic into a duet.  How long will this video stay up though?  You may want to watch a few times just in case.  We love and respect Prince and we felt we needed to share this with you.  Hopefully, by not posting a full version (yet) it will be cool to keep up for now.

Prince said he had a big surprise in store for tonight.  All of No Doubt was there last night without Gwen Stefani.  Hmm.

Also at the show was Cuba Gooding Jr., Sheila E., John Stamos, Rosario Dawson, Glee's Lea Michele and at Thursday's show, Justin Timberlake, Magic Johnson and more.

L.A. and Hollywood's best are coming out to see the one and only, the Purple Icon, Prince.  We hear it's only going to get better.-Dr.FB

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Michael Jackson Memorial Service Line-Up Announced

Michael Jackson File Photo
Michael jackson File Photo

Michael jackson File Photo

Michael Jackson's Memorial Service Line-Up has been announced and it is nothing to sneeze at.

Here is the line-up:
Kobe Bryant, Mariah Carey, Andrae Crouch Choir, Berry Gordy, Jennifer Hudson, Shaheen Jafargholi (finalist on Britain's Got Talent), Magic Johnson, Martin Luther King III, Bernice A. King, John Mayer, Lionel Richie, Smokey Robinson, Rev. Al Sharpton, Brooke Shields, Usher and Stevie Wonder.

That is some tribute line-up is all I can say.-Dr.FB