Foo Fighters, Jay-Z, LL Cool J, Carol King, Tina Turner were all inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall of fame BUT DAVE CHAPPELLE STOLE THE SHOW
The Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame Inductions were over the weekend and Dave Chappelle surprised guests when he showed up to induct Jay Z who was being honored. In the video above you can hear Chappelle's speech in which he told everyone in Rock N Roll that Jay Z was "ours"
Jay Z was also honored in a clip featuring Beyonce, Barak Obama, Ed Sheeran, and Lebron James
The Ceremony Started off with Taylor Swift honoring and preforming Carol King's "Will You Love Me Tomorrow".
Dr. Dre spoke and helped honor LL Cool J Even though he was previously rejected by the Hall six times, LL thanked the people who kept voting and fighting for him. During his performance, he was joined by EMINEM and JENNIFER LOPEZ.
CHRISTINA AGUILERA Showed up and belted out "River Deep, Mountain High". In Honor of Tina Turner who was NOT in attendance. Turner did not travel form Switzerland. She was inducted by ANGELA BASSETT, who played her in the biopic "What's Love Got to Do with It".
Then KEITH URBAN teamed up with H.E.R. for the song "It's Only Love", which was a duet between Tina and BRYAN ADAMS. Keith was a last-minute sub, after Bryan came down with COVID.
DREW BARRYMORE inducted theGO-GO'S, and she did it in a bath towel and face cream . . . looking like the band on the cover of their"Beauty and the Beat" album. The ladies didn't need anyone else's help to offer up their classics"Vacation","Our Lips Are Sealed", and"We Got the Beat".
JAY-Z's induction was preceded by a video featuring a ton of A-list stars, including Barack Obama, LeBron James ,Ed Sheeran, Chris Rock, and of course, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy.
Then DAVE CHAPPELLEhit the stage as Jay's surprise inductor. He said, quote, "I need everybody in rock and roll to know that even though we are honoring him, he is ours. He is hip-hop. Forever and ever and a day." Jay gave the longest acceptance speech of the night, but he didn't perform, and no one performed for him.
The FOO FIGHTERS played a mini-set of "Best of You", "My Hero", and "Everlong". Then PAUL MCCARTNEY came out to induct them.
He drew similarities between himself andDAVE GROHL, and how they both survived the tragic break up of one band to go on and form another
Instead of an all-star jam, the night ended with McCartney and the Foos doing the BEATLES' "Get Back".
Check out all the videos and wait...The Full Rock n Roll induction ceremony will be broadcast on HBO on Nov. 20th