If you missed the televised broadcast of the 46th Kennedy Center Honors on CBS, fret not: here’s how you can stream the show.
For those who missed the televised broadcast of the 46th Kennedy Center Honors on CBS Dec. 27, fret not, as there are ways to catch up on the star-studded event that paid tribute to cultural icons Queen Latifah, Dionne Warwick, Barry Gibb, Billy Crystal, and Renée Fleming.
As of now, the special is available for streaming on Paramount+, the CBS-owned streaming platform. If you’re not already a subscriber, there’s a current promotional offer that allows you to access a free trial for a month. By using the promo code “BUTTERS,” a nod to the popular TV show South Park, viewers can enjoy the content without the need for a subscription fee.
The Kennedy Center Honors featured memorable performances from an array of talented artists. Chloe Bailey, Cynthia Erivo, and Gladys Knight paid homage to Dionne Warwick with renditions of classic songs like “Walk On By,” “Alfie,” and “Say A Little Prayer.” Queen Latifah received support from Missy Elliott and Rapsody during her tribute.
The Bee Gees (Barry Gibb is the lone surviving member) were celebrated with performances by Michael Bublé, Little Big Town, Ben Platt, and Ariana DeBose. Meanwhile, Billy Crystal was honored by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
For those interested in specific segments or performances, individual clips from the event can be found on The Kennedy Center’s website.
Source: Black Enterprise