This is awful!
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On Tuesday's show, D'Angelo took the stage with Prince cover band Princess – made up of Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum — for an emotional performance of Sometimes It Snows in April.
With the entire stage draped in purple lighting, D'Angelo played the keyboard as Rudolph and Lieberum sang the backup harmonies on the 1986 track.
During the song, the R&B star changed the original lyrics to send a special message to the late icon, singing:
"I often dream of heaven and I know that Prince is there."
Ch-ch-check out the touching tribute (below):
Several artists and musicians have already paid tribute to the Purple Rain singer, but Jimmy Fallon's late night show was on hiatus, and Ellen DeGeneres had already taped her shows for the week, as well as Monday.
Well Monday night Fallon finally got the chance to honor the late rocker by telling a CRAZY story about playing him in ping pong and on Tuesday morning DeGeneres got to look back at her own experiences with the Purple One!
Ch-ch-check out the comedians' tribute to the legendary rock star (below) and let us know what your favorite tribute is so far!
James Corden decided to jump on the Lemonade train early by shooting his own version of the visual album that he titles Lemonjames: A Visual Monologue.
Watching James do do his best to mimic scenes from Bey's video is great enough, but he takes it to another level when he calls out "Jimmy with the good hair" — an obvious reference the controversial line. But which Jimmy — Kimmel or Fallon?! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out Corden as he sports several new hairstyles, women's underwear, and of course a baseball bat while taking you on a journey of writing a monologue (below)!
Whenever Ariana Grande shows up on TV, we know we're in for a treat — which is why we are so happy she stopped by The Tonight Show Monday night!
The 22-year-old stopped by to chat with Jimmy Fallon and to promote her upcoming album Dangerous Woman which is due out on May 20. However, Miz Grande also made time to have a bit of fun with the late night host!
Instead of showing off her incredible voice by doing AH-Mazing impressions, Grande and Jimmy used all the best hits from Justin Bieber's Sorry, to Rihanna's Work, and even a little *NSYNC to have a Lip Sync Conversation!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious bit, as well as the brunette beauty showing off her winking dog Toulouse and her Nonna (below)!
He can do no wrong!
First he had In the Heights, then he made history with Hamilton, and now Lin-Manuel Miranda is all about Puerto Rico.
The son of two Puerto Ricans, Lin stopped by Last Week Tonight on Sunday to address the Commonwealth's debilitating $70 BILLION public debt!
Not only is the message poignant, but the song feels just as powerful as all of his other bodies of work.
Hopefully the Hamilton star's intense level of fame leads to some positive changes over in Congress — after all, he did promise Paul Ryan free tickets!
Ch-ch-check out Lin-Manuel Miranda's latest political rap (below)!!!
Our favorite celebrity "feud" is still on!
At least, not until he made some changes — ones that didn't paint the super spy in the best light…
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious new version (below)!
James Corden had a bit of fun last night when the star studded cast of The Huntsman: Winter's War stopped by to help promote their upcoming movie!
Since James had so many huge stars on the show, he decided to play a rousing game of Cell Phone Profile — where the comedian takes one of the stars' phones, and based on music, a picture, and a text, he must guess whose it is!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious bit as Corden learns Chris listens to Katy Perry and has a naked pic of another man on his phone — plus which Huntsman cast member is the fairest of them all (below)!