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He also told Mario what he wanted for Christmas, and if he has a special lady in his life for the holidays.
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The hills were alive with music Thursday night as NBC’s “Sound of Music Live!” starring Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer dominated the ratings with 17.5 million viewers.
Join "Extra" for a live chat on Friday, Dec. 6 at 6:00 PM ET/3:00 PM PT to preview the 2013 holiday movies!
ExtraTV.com Senior Writer Kit Bowen and MovieFanatic.com Managing Editor Joel Amos will discuss what's coming up, including "The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug," "American Hustle," "The Wolf of Wall Street" and many more!
During the chat, you'll also be able weigh-in and have the chance to talk to Kit and Joel on camera.
Celebrity tweets began circulating moments after news broke of the passing of South African leader Nelson Mandela, including an unusual response from socialite Paris Hilton that read, "RIP Nelson Mandela. Your 'I Have A Dream' speech was so inspiring. Amazing man."
The world continues to mourn the death of South African peace icon Nelson Mandela, including Prince William, who discovered the news right after watching the biopic “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.”
LL said about the concert on Friday, “I always want the show to be fun and exciting for people. I don't take myself seriously, but I take the show seriously, and I want people to enjoy themselves and have a good time.”
This year, LL’s former co-host Taylor Swift will perform via satellite from her tour in Australia. LL said, “Taylor’s a great performer and she’s one of the people that the world enjoys. Part of what makes the Grammys special is that we just bring the greatest artists of the world together in different genres and deliver them to the people in a cool way, and I think beaming her in is kind of sexy
Seymour also spoke to Miguel, who will perform with Keith Urban. “We both can't wait to perform. I think it's going to be a special moment.”
“The 2014 Grammy Nominations Concert Live" airs tonight on CBS.