BET had one job all night. Just one thing they had to get right and of course they couldn’t even do that.
BET gave it’s lifetime achievement award to singer Lionel Richie and when he reached the stage to receive the award they misspelled his name on the name plate.
BET just can’t have a flawless show I guess.
The Raptors’ Landry Fields transformed into Lionel Richie for ABC’s upcoming show ‘Dance Your Face Off’ show, where the former Stanford Cardinal sang Richie’s ‘Dancing on the Ceiling’.
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I don't consider myself a Lionel Richie fan (not by a long shot) but Landry Fields of the Raptors totally pulls off this impression during a performance for an upcoming episode of ABC's 'Sing Your Face Off'.I don't think the term "Nailed it!" even comes close to being a good enough description of Landry's version of "Dancing on the ceiling"...
Toronto Raptors forward Landry Fields will make an appearance as a contestant on ABC’s upcoming summer time slot filler, “Dance Your Face Off,” and if his performance of Lionel Richie’s “Dancing on the Ceiling” is any indication, the folks in charge of the show may want to invite him back for a repeat performance. Why? […]
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Landry Fields transformed himself into Lionel Richie for a show on ABC called ‘Sing Your Face Of. According to ABC the show is a “talent variety competition featuring celebrities who are transformed and trained to perform as a legendary musical icon. Over the course of the series, five celebrities will take on the identity of an iconic music performer.”
Fields looks like...
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