Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett did an interview and performance on "The Colbert Report" with Stephen Colbert last night.
Check out the performance from "Cheek To Cheek" above.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Remember when all Gaga performances were a "must see"? This is what happens when you appear on every single show. Granted, this was her first time on Colbert, but she has been everywhere for over a year. I dig the Liza Minelli look but we need to miss you for a little bit.
"The Colbert Report" suspended operations last Wednesday with no real reason why. Comedy Central stated that it would be in repeats until further notice. Stephen Colbert returned to the show Monday and addressed why he was away.
Why did Stephen leave the show mid-week? Click The continue reading button below.
Michael Stipe of R.E.M., Brian Eno, and Stephen Colbert took on "Lean On Me" on Stephen's show "The Colbert Report" recently.
Stipe was on to promote the final album of R.E.M. and decided to end the show by doing "Lean On Me" with Brian Eno.
It was a cool moment and a song I was grooving on back in the day.-DocFB
Diagnosis: You Can't Funk With The Classics
|The Colbert Report||Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c|
|Alicia Keys - Empire State of Mind (Part II) Broken Down|
Alicia Keys killed Empire State Of Mind Part II with Stephen Colbert adding some rhymes on top of it.
Face it, it's Stephen's world and we are just living in it.-Dr.FB
"Congratulations to Brett Favre for setting the record for most incomplete retirements."-Stephen Colbert On The Colbert Report talking about Brett Favre un-retiring to join the Minnesota Vikings.-Dr.FB
Prince performed 2 shows at Montreux over the weekend as we told you first a while ago. From what we have seen, it was a success. Would we expect anything less from him?
He did 2 90 minute shows and a few songs twice. Rumor and rumor only has it right now that the songs were done twice for a possible DVD release. Wait...what happened to that Coachella DVD? Well, we will see.
Prince performed classic tracks as well as new ones from his latest 3 CD set. Heck, for good measure, he even did 2 songs off his protege's CD.
Prince was also all over pop culture this week. From a mention on "The Colbert Report" on Monday to 2 mentions on ESPN's Espy Awards. Samuel L. Jackson even dressed up as Prince during the award show, circa the Purple Rain era with purple studded jacket and wearing those "I Would Die 4 U" pants. Mr. Jackson. Whew. Later in the show, Quarterback superstar Peyton Manning pretended to have a conversation with Prince over the phone.
Even the Home Run Derby had a Princely moment with Prince Fielder won the Home Run Derby with some music by, you guessed it, Prince playing. Not to mention every tacky sports journalist using a Prince metaphor on that night's news cast.
Prince, the pop culture icon and the Montreux funk man, all in one.-Dr.FB