More Praise For No Doubt From Kennedy Center Honors

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It seems like viewers and critics have had nothing but nice things to say about No Doubt’s return to television for last night’s Kennedy Center Honors! Below are a couple more top news sources that have gave the band great praise for their Beatles performance.

NY Post — I don’t know about you, but it feels like eons since we’ve seen Gwen Stefani stride across the stage with No Doubt backing her up.

Thankfully Paul McCartney was born and is amazing, so The Kennedy Center selected him as one of their 2010 honorees, leading No Doubt to tackle a couple classic Beatles songs at the ceremony last night (well, three weeks ago, but the show aired last night).

Feels right seeing Gwen on stage — wonder if this is the start of Gwen’s musical comeback?

Rolling Stone — No Doubt performed a ska-flavored medley of some of Paul McCartney’s best-known hits at the Kennedy Center Honors, which took place on December 5 but was televised on CBS last night. The medley, which included perky renditions of “Hello, Goodbye” and “Penny Lane,” was charming enough to inspire some good-natured lip-syncing from the former Beatle as he watched from the audience.

USA Today — Did you catch No Doubt’s ska-tinged tribute to former Beatle Paul McCartney during the Kennedy Center Honors last night? The star-studded ceremony, which was taped Dec. 5, also honored media mogul Oprah Winfrey, dancer and choreographer Bill T. Jones, country star Merle Haggard and Broadway composer Jerry Herman.

2 Replies to “More Praise For No Doubt From Kennedy Center Honors”

  1. It was an amazing performance!! Beautiful vocals by Gwen-loved their Fab Four-esque outfits,too! Just a little disappointed that CBS cut out their performance of All My Loving-hopefully we’ll get to see it one day.

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