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On September 6, 1968, Eric Clapton joined The Beatles for a day. It was for the recording of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.” The George Harrison-penned song now famously features lead guitar by Clapton, though he wasn’t officially credited on The White Album where the song appeared. The Beatles had made a couple attempts to record “Guitar Gently Weeps” earlier that year, in July and also an electric version on September 5. None of those arrangements were quite coming together. “They weren’t taking it seriously,” Harrison later said of his bandmates. There was already a great deal of of conflict among the group by this point. The next day, Harrison was giving Clapton a ride from Surrey to London, and he asked Clapton to play on the track. Clapton at first balked at the idea, saying “Nobody [else] ever plays on the Beatles’ records.” But he eventually agreed to join the »
- Emily Rome
After Kaley Cuoco took on pop princess Britney Spear's iconic hit, "Slave 4 U" on Lip Sync Battle, it was time someone tried fellow chart-topping queen Christina Aguilera's equally seductive hit "Lady Marmalade." Hayden Panettiere was up for the challenge as she battled against Eva Longoria. The 26-year-old mom strapped on a red bedazzled top, glittering crown and a massively crimped blond mane to channel the musical diva's performance in the 2001 music video featuring Pink, Mya and Lil' Kim. The award-winning video was visually unforgettable, inspired by Baz Luhrmann's hit film, Moulin Rouge! As the Nashville actress got comfortable in her groove, »
Hayden Panettiere struts up and down the stage lip syncing to “Lady Marmalade” on a new “Lip Sync Battle” preview, but no performance of that song is complete without Christina Aguilera, who will also make an appearance on Thursday’s episode. Wearing a “Moulin Rouge” outfit and looking very similar to how Aguilera was dressed in the 2001 hit song’s music video featuring Lil’ Kim, Mya and Pink, Panettiere kills it before Aguilera came out to assist.ong. The show, co-hosted by Chrissy Teigen and LL Cool J, is produced by John Krasinski, Stephen Merchant, Casey Patterson, Jay Peterson and Rick Schwartz. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
It’s the Nashville reunion you didn’t even know was a Nashville reunion!
Hayden Pannetiere (aka Juliette Barnes) and Christiana Aguilera (aka Jade St. John) share the stage during Thursday’s Lip Sync Battle (Spike TV, 10/9c) for what appears to be a flawless recreation of “Lady Marmalade” from the Moulin Rouge soundtrack.
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