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Monday, May 21, 2012

Natasha Bedingfield's Tribute To Donna Summer Cut Short At Billboard Music Awards

One of the reasons I was most curious to watch the Billboard Music Awards last night was to see how the show would pay tribute to Donna Summer, who died last week, if at all. Turns out they did, and Natasha Bedingfield was tapped to belt out "Last Dance" at the Las Vegas shindig.

She sounded great, but producers cut to a commercial just when Natasha was getting to the good part of the song. That was definitely one of the more tacky parts of the evening. (And there were several — not the least of which were every time LMFAO won an award).

Anyway, here are 30 seconds of Natasha doing Donna:

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  • At 11:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…




  • At 12:26 PM, Blogger Joshua said…

    Oh my god, did they really cut it off at that part? I was planning on watching whatever tribute they slap together at the last minute on youtube! UGH this makes me so so sa(cut off)

  • At 1:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Out of all people look who they horribly picked to do the tribute. They could have atleast picked one with talent and similarity like kelly rowland.

  • At 8:58 AM, Blogger D'luv said…

    Well, considering they only had three days to pull something together, and Natasha was probably the only one who really needed a job....

  • At 1:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Right. Three days. The Grammys had less than one day, in fact just mere hours, and put together a much better tribute to Whitney.

    3 days is plenty of time!


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