Watch: Lauryn Hill Lights Up ‘Letterman’ With Beatles Tribute

Published: Saturday 8th Feb 2014 by Sam

Lauryn Hill is back.

After a brief stint in the slammer, the eight time Grammy winner returned to television this week to perform on the Late Show With David Letterman.

L-Boogie was tapped to tribute iconic band The Beatles – who are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their first US performance this week.

The former Fugees front-woman crowned the show’s week-long homage to the group with a rendition of the Fab Four’s iconic hit ‘Something’.

How did she fare? Find out below…


Tomorrow sees a host of other stars – including Lady GaGa, Alicia Keys, Pharrell Williams, John Legend, and Katy Perry,  honor the Brit legends on ‘The Beatles: The Night That Changed America – A Grammy Salute’. The must-see show hits screens by way of CBS at 8pm.

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  1. the real xoxo February 8, 2014

    bless us with another album, queen!

  2. d February 8, 2014

    oh so l boogie is decent while cici is an icon? #takeaseat

  3. d February 8, 2014

    her singing voice has developed a world weariness thats surprisingly very pretty. i like that she doesn’t really seem to have control of her vibrato anymore. its turned into that quivery machine gun tremolo. just stunning. i hope she sings on this album. the energy of this performance just screams janis joplin.

    haven’t been this impressed with her in a while.

  4. d February 8, 2014

    she should duet with fiona apple. that would be two serious powerhouse divas going toe to toe. it would be raw and stunning.

  5. Betsy Ross February 8, 2014

    The struggle for her to hit those notes on pitch…

  6. BIGGESTAALIYAHFAN February 8, 2014

    If she didn’t decide to cancel her concert last night for a second time I would’ve been able to see her perform live. I know what some of you might be thinking, but this performance was pre-taped. Not feeling her too much right now!

  7. EX-QUEENBEEFAN February 9, 2014

    that background singer tho with the hair… bow chicka wow wow

  8. David February 9, 2014

    Wow, talking about ending on a downer – this was the WORST of the week’s five tributes! Her pitchy warbling is UNLISTENABLE!

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