Whatever you do, don't miss this extraordinary YouTube debut of Paul Potts and the discovery of a great operatic talent -Paul is currently a cellphone salesman-singing Pavarotti's signature song, Nessun Dorma, an aria from the final act of Giacomo Puccini's opera Turandot. The aria, whose title translates from Italian as "Let no one sleep", follows the proclamation by the Princess Turandot that no one shall sleep: they shall all spend the night attempting to find out the name of the unknown prince, Calaf, who has set the challenge.
It looks as though the world has found its next Pavarotti, an unknown prince! Enjoy and forward on...
"Bon anniversaire, Cannes!" Bono shouted in honour of the 60th birthday of the legendary festival, staging its debut rock concert, wearing a khaki Fidel Castro-style cap, round sunglasses and a military jacket, wearing a khaki Fidel Castro-style cap, round sunglasses and a military jacket. U2 blew away thousands of fans with a free live midnight show on the red carpet at the film festival.
Spanish actor Javier Bardem, and Maria de Medeiros, who is on the Cannes prize jury, danced with the crowd to a 10-minute set that included the title song of their latest album, Vertigo, and their 1987 hit Where the Streets Have No Name.
The band played the unscheduled concert immediately before the premier of the new concert documentary "U2 3D," which documents the band "Vertigo" tour with advanced 3-D technology.
Grammy-award winner Weird Al Yankovic is our hands down choice to make your Sunday a memorable one. His "Trapped in a Drive-In" is an American comedy classic. Yankovic is known in particular for his humorous songs that are satire's on pop culture and that parody specific songs by contemporary musicans, including Cobain, Michael Jackson, and Bob Dylan (see Thursday's Comedy Classic).