Cher, Reba And More Celebrated At The Kennedy Center Honors

The Kennedy Center Honors aired on CBS last night, and it certainly featured some amazing performances. This year’s honorees included Cher, Reba McEntire, the creators of “Hamilton," composer Philip Glass, and jazz musician Wayne Shorter, and many of their famous friends came out to celebrate them. 

Reba was honored  by Kelly Clarkson, who sang “Fancy,” as well as performances by Brooks & Dunn, Kristen Chenoweth and Lady Antebellum, while the salute to “Hamilton” featured members of the original cast, performances, “The Schuyler Sisters,” and “One Last Time,” which had the audience singing along. 

But the highlight of the night had to be the Cher tribute, which featured Little Big Town performing a medley of hits, including “Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves,” and “I Found Someone,” Adam Lambert doing a slowed down version of “Believe,” and Cyndi Lauper getting the crowd up for “If I Could Turn Back Time.” The night ended with a rousing finale featuring Cyndi and Adam performing “I Got You Babe,” with the audience up and singing along.

 
 

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