The Weeknd Brings Out Kanye West at Coachella

Indio, California has been lit the last two weekends with some huge performances part of the famed Coachella Festival. The Weeknd closed out Saturday night’s festivities with a full set and surprise appearance from none other than Kanye West. The Toronto singer shut down the crowd performing his own catalog before breaking into a cover of West’s “Heartless,” after which the Windy City rap star emerged. West gave the crowd a small set of his own performing “Can’t Tell Me Nothin,’” “Black Skinhead” and his latest single “All Day” (above) from his forthcoming album So Help Me God. And of course, he busted out his now famous signature dance to the delight of the crowd.

Abel has been enjoying immense success recently off the strength of his latest hit single “Earned It.” This year has been a very good year for music, so it wouldn’t surprise us if the T Dot crooner threw his hat into the ring and put out an album before 2015 is over. Especially, since he hasn’t put out a project since 2013′s Kiss Land. The XO boss has recently been in the studio with Diddy, among others. His festival schedule is just getting started with upcoming sets at Lollapalooza 2015 and more.

Watch ‘Ye wow the crowd with his dancing skills (Chris Brown eat your hear out) and perform “Black Skinhead,” below.

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Tavares scores early in OT in Isles’ 2-1 win over Caps (Yahoo Sports)

Islanders captain John Tavares scored 15 seconds into overtime to lift New York to a 2-1 win in Game 3 of their first-round playoff series over the Washington Capitals on Sunday. Kyle Okposo also scored for the Islanders, who took a 2-1 series lead. The game was decided quickly in the extra period, and after the Islanders allowed the Capitals to tie the game on Nicklas Backstrom’s goal with 6:06 remaining in the third. In overtime, Nikolay Kulemin’s initial shot was stopped by Braden Holtby, who then tried to direct the rebound into the right corner.

Opera Star Renée Fleming Takes Leap To Broadway

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Superstar soprano Renée Fleming feels right at home at the Metropolitan Opera and at opera houses across the globe.

The singer known as the “People’s Diva” is now hoping to hit a high note doing something she’s never done before.

Fleming is making her Broadway debut in the comedy “Living on Love.” Opening night is Monday at the Longacre Theatre.

MORE: “Living On Love” Official Site

The musical is a tongue-in-cheek look at an opera diva married to a diva conductor.

“This kind of comedy is very hard,” Fleming told CBS2’s Dana Tyler. “And I’ve had no experience. I haven’t even done a light role in opera. I always die. It’s always tragedy. My job is to make people cry for my whole life.”

Fleming said being able to step outside of her comfort zone and make people laugh instead is a “drug.”

“It’s so addictive,” she said. “It’s so much fun.”

The show also stars Douglas Sills, Anna Chlumsky and Jerry O’Connell.

To watch the full interview, click on the video above.

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Opera Star Renée Fleming Takes Leap To Broadway

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Superstar soprano Renée Fleming feels right at home at the Metropolitan Opera and at opera houses across the globe.

The singer known as the “People’s Diva” is now hoping to hit a high note doing something she’s never done before.

Fleming is making her Broadway debut in the comedy “Living on Love.” Opening night is Monday at the Longacre Theatre.

MORE: “Living On Love” Official Site

The musical is a tongue-in-cheek look at an opera diva married to a diva conductor.

“This kind of comedy is very hard,” Fleming told CBS2’s Dana Tyler. “And I’ve had no experience. I haven’t even done a light role in opera. I always die. It’s always tragedy. My job is to make people cry for my whole life.”

Fleming said being able to step outside of her comfort zone and make people laugh instead is a “drug.”

“It’s so addictive,” she said. “It’s so much fun.”

The show also stars Douglas Sills, Anna Chlumsky and Jerry O’Connell.

To watch the full interview, click on the video above.

All images and written content is property of the listed RSS FEED if you would like more on this story and images please click the listed feed. http://newyork.cbslocal.com/feed/

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