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Andrew Lipovsky/NBCAdam Levine -- along with his Maroon 5 band mate, lead guitarist James Valentine -- were surprise guests on Tuesday's Tonight Show, joining host Jimmy Fallon for a pre-taped segment in which the trio busked in the New York City subway below 30 Rock, where the show is taped.

Levine, Valentine and Fallon -- donning fake wigs and beards -- kicked off the performance with Queen’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love.” After revealing their true identities, the trio led the crowd of excited onlookers in a singalong to Maroon 5's 2014 hit, “Sugar.”

Maroon 5's latest album, Red Pill Blues, is available now.

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NBC UniversalOn Tuesday’s episode of The Voice, the 12 artists who performed on Monday learned that Jon Mero, from Adam Levine’s team, was sent home.

Mero was eliminated on a one-hour results show. He lost an "Instant Save" vote to Adam Cunningham, also from Team Adam.

There are now 11 artists remaining in the competition, including those of Teams Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson.

Prior to the vote, Cunningham and Mero sang for an opportunity to be saved by the viewers. Cunningham performed “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Mero covered Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back.”

The results show also featured Jennifer joining her team for a group performance of The Beatles’ “Let It Be,” and Blake leading his team in version of Hank Williams, Jr.’s “If It Will, It Will.”

The evening also included Levine’s band Maroon 5 performing their latest single “What Lovers Do.”

The Voice returns Monday night at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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ABC/Image Group LAHailee Steinfeld has had a busy year: She released a string of singles, including her current one, "Let Me Go," and shot a few films, including Pitch Perfect 3 and the Transformers spin-off Bumblebee.  So what is the "Starving" singer most thankful for this Thanksgiving?  Well, friends, family and, of course, food.

"I feel like I’ve grown so much in my own body and I’m more confident than I was the year before," she tells ABC Radio. "And I’m so thankful for all of the people that have helped me get to where I am, and execute my visions and my dreams, and my family and the people that are closest to me."

"And...home!" she adds. "I’m thankful for a place called home."  And home, of course, is where you get delicious Thanksgiving food.  Is she thankful for turkey?

"Uh, YEAH!  And every other food in the world!" she laughs.  And when it comes to the big bird, the singer and actress has no preference: roasted, deep-fried, brined...it's all good.

"I mean, honestly, whatever my mom does, I don’t really know what she does, but whatever she does with that turkey and her stuffing is, like, beyond!" she gushes. "Fire. So good."

Meanwhile, another hitmaking artist, Zedd, says he can take or leave Thanksgiving, because he's not American.

"To be honest with you, I’m German and for us, Thanksgiving is not a thing," he tells ABC Radio. "So I’m debating just going to the studio and working, ‘cause to me it’s not really a thing. But there’s a lot of friends of mine who celebrate, and I would also love to spend some time with them, so I’ll decide, probably, day of Thanksgiving."

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Joseph LlanesAndy Grammer is one of the many performers taking part in Thursday's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.  Rather than abandon his family on the holiday, Andy, who lives in California, is bringing them with him.

Andy and his wife Aijia are the proud parents of three-month old daughter Louisiana.  Andy says it's "tough" and "super-brutal" to leave them behind, so, he tells ABC radio, "This time, we’re gonna bring Louie...[she’]s gonna fly with my wife. We’re gonna hang in New York. We’re gonna do Thanksgiving in New York."

Andy also sang in the parade in 2015, right after he'd competed on ABC's Dancing with the Stars, and he says as a result of that experience, he had a fantastic time -- not because he danced in the parade, but because of the fan reaction he got.

"The parade was a really moving experience for me last time, and I wasn’t expecting it to be," he tells ABC Radio. "I had just been on Dancing with the Stars and all these mothers had seen me tell the story of losing my mother [on the show], so they were all, like, shouting me out!"

Andy laughs, "Really! New York moms, for, like, 20 minutes, shouted sweet things to me! Like, New York is so hard or, like, the sweetest. So I have very fond memories of the Macy’s Day Parade."

Andy's new album, The Good Parts, arrives December 1.  Other performers at the 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade this year include Gwen Stefani, 98 Degrees, Goo Goo Dolls, Flo Rida and legendary singers Smokey Robinson and Patti LaBelle.  The fun stars on NBC at 9 a.m. in all time zones and encores at 2 p.m.

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ABC/Tyler GoldenChrissy Teigen and John Legend are expecting their second child.

Teigen made the announcement on Instagram today, posting a cute video of their 1-year-old daughter Luna touching her mother's belly.

The model can be heard asking, "What's in here?"

Luna responds, "Baby."

"It's John's!" Teigen wrote on Instagram, in case there was any doubt.

This will be the second child for the Grammy Award-winning singer, 38, and his Sports Illustrated swimsuit model wife, 31. 

Teigen gave birth to their daughter, Luna Simone Stephens, in April 2016, after undergoing infertility treatments.

During the SI Swimsuit fan event in February 2016, Teigen revealed that she had done IVF during the swimsuit issue's photo shoot.

"I was getting my shots and everything in Zanzibar, I had a little medical kit," she told People

"It was hard because you bloat from it, and you bruise ...if I hit the wrong area. That’s the kind of things we had to cover with makeup."

Teigen has also been candid about her struggle with postpartum depression after Luna was born. 

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PumaSelena Gomez has debuted her first collaboration with Puma.

In a new photo on the sportswear brand’s Instagram page, Selena is seen modeling the new Phenom sneakers, which Puma describes as “our most savage trainer yet.”

Selena poses in vintage car while showing off the black sneakers, along with grey Puma shorts and a red velvet unitard.

A video teaser for the shoe shows Selena stepping out of the car and walking in slow motion toward the camera. It’s captioned, “Always in the spotlight. Always fearless. Presenting @selenagomez in our all new trainer that’s engineered to slay every step of your day.”

Back in September, the singer announced she’d be joining Puma as collaborator and creative director.  She previously collaborated with Adidas NEO.

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ABC/Paula LoboEd Sheeran, Katy Perry and Harry Styles are among the big names nominated for this year's BBC Music Awards.  That's the good news: the bad news is that there won't be any actual ceremony for the stars to attend.

As the BBC reports, the show has been scaled back this year, so there are only a few categories, so the winners will be revealed during a TV show airing December 8 called The Year in Music 2017.   It will look back on the biggest music stories of the year, as told by the musicians involved with them.

Ed and Harry are up for BBC Music Artist of the Year, along with Lorde, Kendrick Lamar, Rag N Bone Man and superstar British hip-hop artist Stormzy

In addition, Ed's album Divide is up for BBC British Album of the Year, and his competition in that category includes Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, by his pal Taylor Swift's old boyfriend, Calvin Harris.

Katy is up for BBC Music Live Performance of the Year for her set at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend concert.  She's up against the likes of U2 and Foo Fighters.

Here are the nominations for the BBC Music Awards:

BBC MUSIC ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Ed Sheeran
Harry Styles
Kendrick Lamar
Lorde
Rag N Bone Man
Stormzy

BBC MUSIC BRITISH ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Calvin Harris -- Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1
Ed Sheeran -- ÷ (Divide)
Dua Lipa -- Dua Lipa
Rag N Bone Man -- Human
Stormzy -- Gang Signs & Prayer
The xx -- I See You

BBC MUSIC LIVE PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR
Boy Better Know -- Glastonbury
Depeche Mode -- Glasgow Barrowlands, BBC Radio 6 Music Festival
Foo Fighters -- Glastonbury
Katy Perry -- BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend
Nile Rodgers feat. Chic -- Glastonbury
U2 -- The Joshua Tree Tour

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NBCUniversalPentatonix is giving fans a sneak peek at their Christmas TV special, which features a guest appearance by Jennifer Hudson.

The a cappella group enlists J-Hud to lend her powerhouse vocals to “How Great Thou Art." She kicks off the song, as each member of Pentatonix slowly joins in harmony. It ends with a soaring note from Jennifer that brings the house the down.

A Very Pentatonix Christmas airs November 27 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on NBC, and again on December 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Pentatonix kicks off their Christmas tour on December 3 in Chicago.

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Getty Images via ABCRihanna is currently on not just one but three covers of the December issue of Vogue Paris -- not to mention four covers of Dazed & Confused's Winter 2017 issue. 

The superstar revealed all the covers on her Instagram page, showing three separate looks for Vogue Paris: a 1960s mod-inspired one, complete with bangs; one showing her head covered with a black beret on top of a ribbon headpiece and face covered with a black veil; and a third with her wearing a wrapped towel around her head, yellow fur and a shimmery-yellow tank top underneath.  

And she's not just posting for photos for Vogue Paris, either. 

In one of the captions, Riri writes, "@VogueParis #GuestEditor for December issues! 3 photographers, 3 editorials, 3 covers!"  

As for the Dazed covers, her looks are a bit more simplistic.   

She shows just her face on three of the covers, including one shot which she captioned, "I want to look like Shirley Temple had dreads."

The fourth covers features a full-length shot where she's wearing a huge, shiny, black puffer jacket and shiny, black tall boots.

The latest edition of Vogue Paris hits newsstands December 1. 

You can also pre-order Dazed & Confused via the magazine's website right now. 

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ABC/Image Group LAA day after performing at the AMAs -- her first performance since undergoing a kidney transplant over the summer -- Selena Gomez attended the Lupus Research Alliance’s Breaking Through Gala to raise awareness of  the disease.

The singer delivered a speech at the New York City event, where she documented her own lupus journey and thanked the doctors who saved her life.

"I am really honored to be here with all of you guys tonight, my lupus community," she said, according to E! News. "As many of you know or might not know, I was diagnosed with lupus about five or six years ago."

Selena said that when she was diagnosed, doctors warned her that she might need a kidney transplant one day.

"Maybe I wasn't necessarily really good at knowing what that meant so it actually got to a point where it was life-or-death," she said, adding, "Thankfully, one of my best friends gave me her kidney and it was the ultimate gift of life. And I am doing quite well now."

Selena said she hopes that in the future, more treatment options are possible.

"I'd like to see the day when all young women can realize their dreams of life without a lupus," she said. "This is why I am committed to the Lupus Research Alliance. So that none of us are alone, especially the young women that I have grown up with and heard many, many stories."

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ABC/Image Group LAPink is living a less-than-perfect married life with Channing Tatum in her new music video for “Beautiful Trauma.”

In the humorous clip, the two play a 1950s-style couple who sleep in different beds and have to drink and pop pills just to put up with one another. The two perform multiple dance breaks together...and even cross-dress at one point.

Pink first teased the video on Sunday night's American Music Awards, and took to Twitter early Tuesday morning to give an extended response to reports that she threw shade at Christina Aguilera’s Whitney Houston tribute on the telecast.

“[Sunday] night was about honoring first responders, singing with one of the greatest voices I have ever heard @kelly_clarkson, and pushing myself to do something I was afraid of and everyone thought was impossible,” she begins. “I scaled a building. While singing live.”

Pink was referring to the fact that on the show, she performed "Beautiful Trauma" while hanging off the side of a building in Los Angeles, more than 30 flights up.

She then continues, “Waking up to see a newly created riff between myself and another incredible woman, Christina, who took on an incredible feat, who I support fully, makes me so sad. You all perpetuate keeping women apart b/c you're afraid of the power we have when we get together.”

She concludes by saying she chooses to remember the night as a celebration of women and “all things good.”

“THANKYOU to everyone that had the courage to take that stage- whether it be right side up or sideways. All love,” she says.

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NBC UniversalThe Voice was live for the first time this season on Monday, with the top 12 artists competing for America’s vote, advised by their coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson.

Each artist took the stage with a special dedication.

Here are the highlights of Monday night's show:

Team Miley’s pop/soul singer Brooke Simpson kicked things off by dedicating Kesha’s “Praying” to America, noting that it’s a song about hope and strength. Miley advised Brooke that “this two minutes and 25 seconds is your introduction to who you are right now.” Following the performance, Cyrus said that while it was too early to say that she stole the show, Simpson “just might have.”

Red Marlow, from Team Blake, performed Shenandoah’s “Church on Cumberland Road,” dedicated to his dad, who taught him to play the guitar. During rehearsals, Blake, addressing the camera, said the key for Marlow to nail his performance was to “connect with the audience.” Afterwards, Adam called Red’s performance “as real as it gets.” Shelton -- referring to Red running across the stage, high fiving the crowd -- noted that it was the first time he saw Red’s ability to entertain, as well as sing.

Team Jennifer’s Shi’Ann Jones, 15, tackled “Vision of Love” by Mariah Carey, and dedicated it to her coach, for helping her to come out of her shell. Speaking to the camera during rehearsals, Jennifer said she wanted the audience see her “heart and passion like she’s singing for dear life.” Blake said the teen picked the perfect time to become the "highlight of the show.” Hudson said Jones sang with “a reason and a purpose” and “outdid herself.”

Jon Mero, representing Adam’s team, put his spin on Major’s “Why I Love You,” dedicating it to his hometown, Des Moines, Iowa and to his church for all their support. Levine urged his artist to “learn it, then overlearn it, then get super-lost” in the song. Miley called it a “perfect performance,” adding Jon “stepped up the competition.” Adam was also pleased, noting that Mero was “rooted in the classics, but doing something for tomorrow.”

Addison Agen, representing Team Adam, dedicated Sarah Bareilles’ “She Used to be Mine” to her mom – a teacher and worship leader who also raised six children. Adam thought it was the perfect choice for the 16-year-oldm because it represented “a more adventurous…stronger side” of Agen. Following the performance, Addison’s former coach, Miley, praised singer’s confidence and poise. Adam called her an inspiration to many young women, explaining that she’s “a pillar of class and dignity and soulfulness.”

Team Blake’s country/R&B singer, Keisha Renee, put a country spin on “Midnight Train to Georgia” by Gladys Knight & the Pips, dedicating it to her mother. Shelton was on board with the selection, explaining to the camera that it demonstrated Renee’s willingness to “step out of the box.” Following the performance, JHud said Keisha’s voice was “like silk.” Blake declared, “If you have eyes and ears and didn’t experience how beautiful that performance was, there’s something wrong with you,” adding that it one of his all-time favorite performances he’s seen on The Voice stage.

Cyrus’ California soulful rocker Janice Freeman closed out the show with Brandi Carlile’s “The Story,” dedicated to her husband, who supported her through a battle with cancer. Jennifer threw her shoe in Freeman’s direction -- her expression of approval – and the other coaches followed suit. Miley, noting that her hands were shaking and she was nearly brought to tears, called the performance her favorite of the night.

The Voice returns Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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BMLG/Mert & MarcusIt's official: after just one week, Taylor Swift's Reputation already is the best-selling album of 2017.

Reputation debuts atop the Billboard 200 album chart this week with 1.238 million in sales and equivalent streams for the week ending November 16, according to Nielsen Music.  Billboard reports that nearly all of that total came from traditional sales, since Taylor has kept the album from streaming services to start.

In one week, Reputation already has passed 2017's prior best-selling album, Divide by her friend Ed Sheeran, which has sold 931,000 through November 16.

How big was Reputation in its first week? Well, 1.216 million in traditional sales is the best traditional-sales-week for an album since 2015 -- when Adele's 25 debuted with 3.378 million in sales.  It's also the 10th best sales week for any album since Nielsen Music began electronic tracking of sales back in 1991. 

Reputation is Taylor's fifth number-one on the Billboard 200. And its first week sales are in line with those of 1989 -- which did 1.287 in 2014 -- and Red -- which did 1.208 million in 2014.  Speak Now also bested one million in one-week sales -- with 1.047 -- in 2010.  That means Taylor now is the only artist in Nielsen Music history with four million-selling weeks.

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Sarah Barlow Stephen SchofieldWhat's a girl to do if she's Jewish and doesn't celebrate Christmas, but loves Christmas music?  Well, she could listen to that music during a holiday other than Christmas -- like Thanksgiving, for example.  At least, that's what Rachel Platten says she and her family does.

"Every Thanksgiving my family and I...we're Jewish, but we put on Christmas songs," she tells ABC Radio, laughing.  "The whole thing is wrong!...[W]e don't celebrate Christmas, so during Hanukkah, we feel wrong about doing that.  But we love Christmas songs, so we put [them on during Thanksgiving] and we dance around the kitchen."

As for the food, Rachel says, "I make only one thing.  It's the only thing I can't ruin: sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top.  And then I basically play piano the rest of the time and my dad gets annoyed."

Asked to reveal her secret recipe for the sweet potatoes, Rachel 'fesses up: "It's so easy and bad! I always promote healthy living, but OK, I'm just gonna go and tell the truth. It's canned yams – Oh my God, don't kill me! And then it's like orange juice, maple syrup and marshmallows. It's really easy. I think a four-year-old could do it."

Meanwhile, this Thanksgiving there'll be a special addition to Platten family celebrations: a new baby.

"[On] Thanksgiving...I demand that I have three days off at least," Rachel tells ABC Radio. "My sister's about to give birth any minute, so I'm heading to [New York City] and I'm gonna be singing at hospitals on Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving."

And you'd better believe that the "Fight Song" star is thrilled about being a first-time aunt to her sister's baby girl.  "It's her first kid!" Rachel says. "I plan to spoil her rotten!"

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Kai Z FengGwen Stefani is a fashion icon, so it's difficult to picture her roughing it on an Oklahoma ranch. But she claims that's just what she and boyfriend Blake Shelton do during their downtime.  Gwen, who graces the cover of the new issue of Marie Claire, tells the magazine about the scene at Blake's Oklahoma spread. 

“It’s very tribal. Blake has a sister, she comes with her kids. We cook and get muddy and dirty," Gwen says. "There are ATVs. Being a mother of three boys, it’s kind of the perfect place. Everything is real now, whereas before, things didn’t seem so real.”

Gwen's clearly happy with Blake, recently named People's Sexiest Man Alive, but tells Marie Claire she's been through a lot to get there.  "For a long time, I could not understand why I’d had so much heartache in my life,” she says. 

Prior to Blake, Gwen's previous relationships -- with No Doubt's Tony Kanal and ex-husband Gavin Rossdale -- left her with a broken heart. 

"What I learned was that my heartbreak was supposed to happen, that it was my purpose to write about and share my story," says Gwen.  "I met at least 50 to 100 people before each show on my tour and got to hear that my truth and my story translated, and I feel very lucky and honored knowing that.”

Gwen's promoting her new holiday album, You Make It Feel Like Christmas with multiple TV appearances, including her own NBC holiday special. What's next?

"I would love to do something like [write a musical]...because that confidence has come back now, and I know I have something to offer," she says. "It used to be such a stress; there was so much doubt in me -- now it’s like, ‘Well, just go and write a song.’”

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The Recording AcademyThe nominees for the 60th annual Grammy Awards will be announced November 28, but if you want an easy way to catch up on the albums and songs that are up for the music industry's highest honor, the Recording Academy's got one.

January 12 will see the release of the 2018 Grammy Nominees album.  It'll feature a collection of songs from the nominees, including those in the "Big Four" categories of Record, Song and Album of the Year, plus Best New Artist.  While the nominees are still unknown, it's pretty safe to assume that Ed Sheeran will be included on the album one way or another.

A portion of the proceeds from the album's sales will benefit the Recording Academy's charitable endeavors, including MusiCares and the Grammy Museum.

You can pre-order the 2018 Grammy Nominees album starting November 24 for a chance to win a trip for two to the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, which will be held January 28 at Madison Square Garden and air live on CBS.

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CMTKesha is a huge fan of both country music and Bob Dylan, which explains why she'll be starring on an upcoming episode of CMT Crossroads with Americana band Old Crow Medicine Show.

In 2004, Old Crow Medicine Show released a song called "Wagon Wheel," which they created after their lead singer, Ketch Secor, added verses to a chorus written by Bob Dylan.  Also, Old Crow’s latest album and DVD, 50 Years of Blonde on Blonde, pays tribute to Bob Dylan’s iconic 1966 album Blonde on Blonde.

Kesha showed off her love of Dylan at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards when she performed his classic "It Ain't Me Babe."  As for her country music cred, her latest album, Rainbow, includes a duet with Dolly Parton on a remake of Dolly's hit, “Old Flames (Can’t Hold a Candle to You),” which was co-written by Kesha's mother, Pebe  Sebert.

Kesha and Old Crow Medicine Show stage their episode of CMT Crossroads Tuesday in Music City. You catch the show’s premiere Wednesday, December 6 at 10 p.m. ET.

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Lester Cohen/WireImageEarlier this year at the Grammy Awards, Adele said that Beyoncé should have won Album of the Year, not her.  Well, at least Beyoncé can laugh all the way to the bank.

Forbes puts Bey at #1 on its annual list of the highest-paid women in music, which was compiled from pre-tax income from June 1, 2016 through June 1, 2017.  Even though she took some time off to welcome twins Rumi and Sir, Beyoncé still raked in $105 million, thanks to her Formation World Tour and sales of her album, Lemonade.

Adele came in second on Forbes' list, with earnings of $69 million, thanks to her first major tour since 2011, and sales of her album, 25.

Even though Taylor Swift didn't release a new album or a new single during the period Forbes examined, she still came in third on the list with pre-tax earnings of $44 million.  That total should rise significantly in the next year thanks to sales of her new album, Reputation, and an upcoming tour.

Here is the rest of the Forbes' list of highest-paid women in music:

4. Celine Dion, $42 million
5. Jennifer Lopez, $38 million
6. Dolly Parton, $37 million
7. Rihanna, $36 million
8. Britney Spears, $34 million
9. Katy Perry, $33 million
10. Barbra Streisand, $30 million

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ABC/Image Group LAWhether it’s best man or wedding singer, Nick Jonas is ready to take on whatever role is required of him at his brother Joe’s impending wedding to Sophie Turner.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight on the American Music Awards red carpet Sunday night, Nick says,  "I think my brother Kevin, when he got married, he had all of us be the best men. That's kind of the diplomatic approach, but I don't know. It's up to him."

Nick adds, "If he wants me to sing, I'll sing, but I kind of just want to be able to enjoy the night and dance my [butt] off."

Joe proposed to Game of Thrones star Sophie last month, and the two shared the news on Instagram. Nick posted his excitement over the engagement, writing, “Ahh! Congratulations to my brother... and sister in law to be on your engagement. I love you both so much.”

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Florent DéchardBruno Mars is bringing his brand of 24K Magic to the Apollo Theater for a new live concert special airing next week.

A trailer for the special shows Bruno and his band the Hooligans kicking off the show with a performance on top of the landmark theater’s famous marquee. We then see Bruno on the indoor stage, as the crowd goes wild. There are also shots of him cruising around New York City with his crew and meeting the locals.

Bruno Mars: 24K Magic Live at the Apollo, the singer’s first primetime TV special, airs Wednesday, November 29 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

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