There are way too many Stevie Wonder clips to choose from because he is completely awesome. So here’s one of my favorites of his, performed live. I love the way the band’s having a ball right along with him, and SO tight that they can follow the smallest little nuances from him. Go, back-up singers!!
And then, with one of the greatest bass players, Sting (not his bday). Nice medley, esp when it gets back to Higher Ground at the end. And geez, that voice has barely changed over the years. Gorgeous!
Here’s a clip reel of Dennis Rodman, one of the greatest defensive ballers of all time. I think it beats watching him talk about North Korea, but that’s just me.
Stephen Colbert here proves he has some of the largest cajones in all of Christendom.
Ah, the early 80s, when women and puppets sang duets. Bea Arthur’s finally found someone with a deeper voice…maybe.
Arguably Harvey Keitel’s most spectacular screen minutes. And meanwhile, doesn’t Tarantino remind you of Pee-wee Herman playing a cameo in the movie version of his life?
Samantha Morton is so versatile and fine, and I think she was the definitive Mary, Queen of Scotland. I’m so glad they didn’t pretty her up too much.
I’ve never watched Girls and don’t know from Lena Dunham, but here’s a shout out anyway since so many people go bonkers over that thing.
Ending with the fabulous Mary Weiss, the lead singer you’ve heard a million times but probably didn’t know her name.