It's laborious to out-diva the most important diva of all of them. But Adam Lambert did his greatest on Wednesday evening (Dec. 26) throughout the broadcast of the 41st annual Kennedy Center Honors on CBS, when he honored Cher, 72, with a surprising ballad model of her greatest hit, "Believe."
The Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 1998 dance pop smash with its signature AutoTuned vocals was remodeled into an emotional, tear-jerking show-stopper by Lambert, 36, who as backed by a full orchestra for the efficiency. The music swept to an in depth with one among Lambert's signature sustained excessive notes, which appeared to impress the sometimes unflappable Cher (who appeared to mouth the phrase "wow"), incomes the Queen singer a standing ovation from the packed home.
Watch the efficiency under.
The evening additionally featured Cyndi Lauper honoring Cher with a spirited "If I Could Turn Back Time."
The Kennedy Center Honors -- which was taped earlier within the month -- additionally featured tributes to nation celebrity Reba McEntire, composer/pianist Philip Glass, jazz composer, saxophone participant Wayne Shorter and Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton musical.