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Though there’s a 60-year age difference between them, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga discovered an incredible artistic connection and have created beautiful music together over the last decade. Bennett, who has been performing for over 70 years, announced his retirement from performing live earlier this year and has decided to close that chapter of his career with Lady Gaga. His final concert, One Last Time, was recorded in August at Radio City Music Hall and will air on CBS and Paramount+ on Sunday, November 28.
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The concert is a tribute to Bennett’s longevity, serving as a celebration of his talents (as well as a birthday bash, having been recorded on his 95th birthday). During the performance, Gaga will perform her version of “Happy Birthday” to her singing partner, and the pair will team up to sing classics like "Lady is a Tramp," "Love for Sale," and "Anything Goes.” Here’s how you can watch the iconic duo’s full concert when it airs.
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Where can you stream One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga?
You can watch One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga live on CBS or stream it on Paramount+ this Sunday, November 28 at 8 PM ET/PT. Right now, Paramount+ is offering a major Cyber Monday deal—sign up now and get one month free, meaning you could sign up today and use the free trial to watch the concert, then cancel before your card gets charged next month.
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What is 'One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga' about?
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have been musical collaborators for over a decade, starting with her appearance on his Duets II album in 2011, when the pair sang “The Lady Is A Tramp.” In the time since, they have recorded two additional albums of standards together, 2014’s Cheek To Cheek, and Love For Sale, which was released in October 2021.
Bennett’s struggle with Alzheimer’s Disease has left him unable to tour as he once did, and One Last Time: An Evening WIth Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, a concert film that was recorded over the course of two sold-out performances at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, marks the pair’s emotional final concert together. The live shows were a celebration of Bennett’s career, and a birthday celebration to boot—the singer turned 95 this year. The hour-long special features both solo performances and duets from the singers, with Gaga serving as an emcee, offering banter and sweet anecdotes throughout the evening.
One Last Time: An Evening with Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga airs Sunday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. on CBS and will be simulcast on Paramount+ Premium. Paramount+ Essential subscribers will be able to watch it the next day.
How can I sign up for Paramount +?
To stream One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga, you can subscribe to Paramount+, choosing one of two subscription tiers, Essential, or Premium. The Essential Plan, which is $4.99/month ($49.99/year) after a free one-week trial, provides access to the entire Paramount+ library of shows and movies, NFL on CBS access, 24-hour news courtesy of CBSN, all of which is provided with limited ads.
The Premium Plan, which is $9.99/month ($99.99/year) after a free one-week trial, offers the same benefits but is mostly ad-free, save for live TV viewing, it offers soccer and other live sports, access to your local CBS affiliate, and the ability to download certain content. As of November 2021, certain Sprint and T-Mobile customers are also eligible for Paramount On Us, which includes a free one-year of the Paramount+ Essential monthly plan. If you’re a Sprint or T-Mobile customer, find out how you can access this deal here.
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