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This is just TOO perfect!
In a new video posted Wednesday, Tori Kelly taught Elmo how to play guitar… and he was a total natural! The soulful singer showed the Sesame Street star a few chords on the six string as a part of the furry red monster's Love To Learn campaign!
Since July, the adorable little guy has been teaming up with all sorts of YouTube celebrities to create educational experiences for his young viewers, and this installment DEFINITELY doesn't disappoint!
The children's show shared the cute clip on Twitter, and you can ch-ch-check it out (below)!
The Purple One may be gone, but his legacy continues to live on.
On Thursday, the singers took the stage at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota to duet on Prince's I Feel for You. The duo then performed the late singer's hit 1999, getting the sold-out audience partying like it was, well… 1999.
The celebration also included a message from President Obama, who kicked off the event in a video message praising the music icon, saying:
"Thank you, Prince … for all the great work that you've done. You'll be in our hearts forever."
Ch-ch-check out some fan footage of the show (below)!
Everyone is looking forward to honoring Prince's memory.
On Monday, tickets went on sale for the star-studded tribute concert remembering the late legend, and they sold out immediately.
According to the StarTribune, some fans who logged on right at 10 a.m. — when tickets became available on Ticketmaster — were greeted with this message:
"No tickets but keep trying. Other fans may have reserved and released seats!"
We can't say we're surprised how quickly the October 13 show sold out, considering the lineup includes Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, Chaka Khan, John Mayer, Tori Kelly, Anita Baker, Doug E. Fresh, Luke James, Bilal, Mint Condition, Morris Day and the Time, Judith Hill, and Liv Warfield.
On Ticketmaster, prices ranged from $19.99 to $152.50, and already ticket holders are trying to flip their passes on sites like Stubhub and SeatGeek for a pretty steep profit.
The stars will take the stage at Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota next month to honor the iconic artist.
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And we're off!
It's the 2016 Emmys, which means the some of the biggest names in Hollywood have gathered to compete for the most prestigious awards in TV!
Obviously Twitter has a LOT to say about all of the winners and shenanigans, and we've got all of the best tweets RIGHT HERE!
People were pretty upset Aziz Ansari didn't get to speak after winning a writing award for Master Of None!
JUSTICE FOR AZIZ !!!!! Let the man speak!!!!!!!!!
— Amanda DiMare (@amandimare) September 19, 2016
Kate McKinnon had us all in tears with her big win!
The most poignant moment of every Emmys ceremony is the In Memoriam, in which we celebrate the work of those who passed.
This year, television lost a true legend in Garry Marshall, the creator of The Odd Couple, Laverne & Shirley, Mork & Mindy, and more.
Happy Days star Henry Winkler led off the segment by saying a few words about the brilliance and generosity of his late friend, and there wasn't a dry eye in the house.
See the entire heartbreaking In Memoriam, accompanied by a gorgeous performance of Hallelujah by Tori Kelly (above).
We love a good glam…
Rocking a velvet old Hollywood frock, the sweetheart bodice fit her curves nicely — and the singer's hair totally reminded us of Marilyn Monroe. Do you see it?!
She completed the look dripping in diamonds with nude makeup. Chic and simple.
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It's a musical miracle!
Tori Kelly is just one of the many stars lending their voices to the upcoming film Sing, which follows a group of animals with big dreams who compete in a singing competition.
And to get us ready for the musical showdown, the Hollow songstress — who plays a timid teenage elephant in the animated film — showed off her
tusks pipes after the world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival!
Kelly took the stage with Jennifer Hudson, and the two belted out a powerful performance of Leonard Cohen's classic Hallelujah that totally brought down the house.
The performers also got some solo stage time — J.Hud put a gospel spin on The Beatles' Carry That Weight and Kelly crooned Stevie Wonder's Don't You Worry About A Thing!
Good thing this wasn't a competition, because we can't decide who we love more! Ch-ch-check out clips of all the performances (below) — and see Sing in theaters December 21!