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Tributes have been performed all around the world in honor of the late Prince Rogers Nelson, but on Tuesday night, there was one performance that is making headlines across every platform.

Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum’s cover band Princess was accompanied by D’Angelo during Tuesday’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and performed Prince’s 1986 single “Sometimes It Snows in April.”

During the incredibly emotional performance, D’Angelo, who was on the piano, completely broke down in tears. The moving tribute was performed on a stage lit in Prince’s signature color, purple.

Several stars raved about the trio’s performance, including Maxwell, who called the moment “riveting.”

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Prince passed away last week at the age of 57.


Diddy Thinks He’d Make The Best NFL Owner — Watch His First Campaign To Take On The Panthers



Diddy has expressed interest in the past of owning an NFL team and as of Sunday night, the media mogul just might be a hop, skip and a jump away from making his dreams come true.

On Sunday, the owner of the Carolina Panthers, Jerry Richardson, announced that he is selling the team. In an official statement, he suggested that “it’s time to turn the team over to a new ownership.”

Richardson explained, “I will put the team up for sale a the conclusion of this NFL season. We will not begin the sale process, nor will we entertain inquiries, until the very last game is played.”

Almost immediately, Diddy jumped on social media and shared a video expressing when the time comes, he might jump at the opportunity. “North Carolina Panthers are up for sale he said “I need to send a message out to everybody in the beautiful state of North Carolina.”

He continued, “I will be the best NFL owner that you could imagine. I will immediately address Colin Kaepernick situation and put him in the running for next year’s starting quarterback. But also, I would have the best half time show, the best selection of music and we would win Super Bowls.”

News flash, money doesn’t always necessarily make a winning team. But, there’s no doubt Diddy would make a great NFL owner.

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