tv New Years Eve Live with Don Lemon and Brooke Baldwin CNN January 1, 2021 12:30am-1:30am PST
it is not over yet. it is not over yet. >> i would daresay it has just begun, my dere. this is the after, we're about to have the after-after. stick with us. >> we're at the after-party or the after, after-party. cheers, baby, how are you doing? >> love you. >> how was 2020? >> it was all of the things -- >> it was a little of this and a little of that. >> it was all the words i can't say on television right now. >> happy new year, everyone. it's a new year in the east. we're going to celebrate central. there are still a couple more time zones to go. >> new orleans, we're in nashville. so we're rolling in central time zone. so we're going to hang for the next hour. we're both from the south so
we've got some southern flavor happening in a little bit. >> can we talk about our outfits? >> obviously. >> this is real silk. >> are you still fancy? this is real silk. >> not going to say that. i was going to say something -- [ laughter ] >> here's the thing. we're sitting in don's house in an undisclosed location. very cozy with our precious pets. 17 new year's with this pup, 17. >> gus is somewhere. he's 17? >> he's 17. >> 4. 4. >> 17. >> 4. >> we're covid safe, we got tested yesterday so we can hang together, us and the crew. keeping it safe. yeah, we'll talk about the year that was. >> i feel like big daddy. >> you keep referring to hugh hefner. >> when i went to get the outfits, we were going to do sweats. then we said, why don't we go like -- >> let's just do pjs. >> everybody's been home in sweats and jeans.
i haven't worn a suit. we have special things -- i'll wear a full suit. >> never again. never again. >> on my jackets at work lately, they're shorts in the summer, sweatpants. or jeans. >> i kpacall it an outfit mulle. >> business on top, party on the bottom. i feel like since we've been home and we've been like dressed like we're at home, why don't we -- it's new year's eve. >> be casual and comfortable. when we said to each other let's wear pjs, we -- >> the same thing. i was going to chamnnel hugh hefner. tell everybody what we've been doing. i have a present for you. i'll give it to you later on. >> thanks. >> let's walk over here and tell everybody. we have been cooking. we're usually in new orleans. we have a bunch of great stuff for you. we're going to show you the food later. >> we'll get to food in a second. >> we have a very special guest we want to bring in.
>> dionne warwick. >> i love this lady. we're so happy she's able to join us. >> dionne warwick. oh, not worthy, not worthy. happy new year. i can't hear. can you hear her? >> yeah. >> she's coming. big delay. how are you? >> there she is, happy new year, dionne. >> great. how are you? >> miss warwick, can i call you dionne? >> yes. >> i'm going to call her miss warwick. >> no. >> miss warwick, you have become such a legend on social media. you've become the queen of social media now. >> queen of twitter. >> in your 30s and 40s, i can't believe it. how did this happen? >> my niece, brittany.
i was watching her on twitter one afternoon and i said she's having so much fun -- >> miss warwick, can you hear us? >> yes, i can. can you hear me? >> we're not hearing miss warwick. >> we're not hearing her. we're going to get that fixed. sorry, guys. we'll work on that. >> should we talk tattoos first? >> let's talk tattoos. >> bang, bang. >> bill weir has gotten a tattoo. >> we understand it is finished. >> dare we ask where and what's happening? >> yeah, don, so we had so many different options, ways to go. we considered a tiny coronavirus, maybe a mail-in ballot. i was thinking to have 2020 no regrets and intentionally misspell regrets. but wanted something a little more personal. andy cohen suggested a portrait of gloria borger on my back. we didn't go that way. thanks to our incredible trudy
here, we got a little more. here's the back story of the tattoo. i have a baby son. this is river weir who is adorable. and as a bonus, he looks exactly like my dad. every time he smiles, he reminds me of my dad, who really made me who i am today. i mean, he used to take me on canoe trips and taught me to love the outdoor world and everything else. and so this is a design that actually my daughter olivia came up with. and look at trudy's handy work here. this is me and my son river in a canoe. and this is mount soperus where my father's ashes were spread, 2013, when he passed. when you turn it upside down, the reflection is me and my child as my dad. the circle of life, as it were.
he did such great work. >> thank you. >> we heard that you were going to get this tattoo on your backside. that's not true? andy was not telling us the truth? >> fancy that. >> if you think i'm going to show off my pandemic dad bod on national television, don, you've been having too many of those clemtine cocktails. >> i thought it was true. >> how long did the tattoo take? it looks pretty intricate. how long did it take? >> she's really fast. two hours? something like this. >> no way. >> trudy is a master of history in vienna. she was told to come to bang-bang world.
i'm so honored to get a private session like this on new year's eve. you're an incredible talent. thank you so much. happy new year to you. >> happy new year to you. >> happy new year to you guys. i never thought i'd be revealing a tattoo after dionne warwick, but here we are. we love you all. >> we're lucky that you're here. we were having technical problems with dionne warwick. cheers to you. >> cheers to you ask your dad and your son and your beautiful family, bill. it's been quite a year for you. congratulations, friend, and that's a beautiful, beautiful piece of ink. well done. >> take them into the wilderness. make them fall in love with the wilderness. then they'll protect it. >> cheers. >> i love t. >> happy new year, guys. >> thank you so much. finish quantum with activeblu technology, cleans without pre-rinsing. switch to finish and skip the rinse to save water.
warwick. >> how are you? >> blessed. >> you said you turned 45. how did you become this internet social media sensation? i haven't even been able to capture what you've captured on social media. what happened? >> you know what? i've been being schooled by my niece who is a computer whiz kid. and i watched her one afternoon while she was doing her twitter, twitter. she was having so much fun. i said, well, i want to learn how to do that because i want to have some fun, too. she said, you really do, aunt dionne? i said, yeah. so she taught me how to do it and i've been having a bunch of fun ever since. >> i love that everybody calls you auntie dionne on social media, that you give shade or read people. do you figure out who you want to give shade to? i'm waiting if auntie dionne gives me shade.
i don't know what i'm going to do. how do you figure it out? >> you know, i don't intentionally do that. >> right. right, right, um-hmm. >> more of an advice kind of situation. they finally have a grown up person on twitter. you know what i'm saying? i'm old enough to say what i want to say and do what i want to do. >> as you should be, as you should be, yeah, at age 40. >> do you mind if i tell your age or no? >> i'm 80. >> happy belated birthday. she said it, she's 80. i'm curious. 2020 was awful for people for many reasons. i'm wondering, what one gift, miss warwick, other than
becoming the queen of twitter, what one gift did 2020 give you? >> oh, my. um, the art of doing exactly what i'm doing with you, facetime. i was able to, because of covid, i was still able to be with my grandchildren, with my sons, their spouses. so it gave me a sense of family was still with me and i was still with them. big gift. >> love that. >> well, besides being the queen of twitter, i have to say that i love your music. >> thank you. >> and you are the "queen of soul," the empress, we love everything you do. and i do know the way to san jose because of you. that's all i'll have to say. >> somebody finally found it. >> we admire you.
♪ when i wake up, before i put on my makeup ♪ ♪ i check the twitter feed ♪ >> thank you for joining us, thank you, thank you, thank you. >> such an honor. we love her. she's amazing. >> bye. >> happy new year. >> but truly living legends. >> can we get our grub on? >> i'm kind of hungry. >> look, somebody is in here -- >> we're on the second wave. we're both louisiana, georgia. we needed a little southern infusion in the new year's eve night. we enlisted our dear friend michael hamilton who we talked to for cocktails. he has amazing places in the city, flower shop and little ways. so, chef, you have helped us whip up something extraordinary in this kitchen. >> hi. >> what do we have going on? happy new year, by the way. >> happy new year, chef. >> happy new year, guys.
happy new year. i believe to the left you have a beautiful, like brazed or cabbage pomegranate. >> okay. >> that's the cabbage. >> that's the cabbage. >> the cabbage, yes. >> okay, keep going, chef. then we have the shrimp? >> yeah, like a bit of ju jumbalaya. some pretty large chunks of ham. you guys should be pretty set. >> i'm going to try one of the shrimp. excuse me. >> please do. >> wow. >> oh, my gosh. >> doesn't this make you a little home sick? >> this is really good. >> speaking of family, hi, family. sorry. love y'all. we can't be home. >> that is really good, chef. >> black beans, black eyed pease
over here. >> don't show the inside of my drawers. >> it's super organized, guys. >> and we've got some black beans which is a new year's tradition. you have to eat it on the first day. you have to eat it on new year's. >> yeah, michael, talk to us about the significance of why this is a special new year's feast, too, or new year's feast. >> yeah, i believe like there is prosperity, the rotund pigs, a fat wallet. basically they move forward when they eat. generally speaking, it's a good luck -- a good luck sign. then traditional hearty vegetables like brazed red cabbage and the black beans, just a sign of prosperity and health and wealth and really keeping it within the family. yeah, it's all good, it's all good, top stuff to have on new year's eve.
>> okay. >> before we let this go -- >> there's something in the oven. >> we've worked so hard. >> the magic of television. >> we would be natural on iron chef. >> we've got some cornbread. you do that with the black eyed peas peas. >> michael, we love you. the place is still open. lots of, lots of love. thank you, my friend. bye, michael. >> happy new year. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> let's go to oregon to our favorite father/daughter duo, the tuckmans. >> who are usually rolling through the central park. but what happened? where are you now? >> they're in miami, at -- >> they're on skis, look at them. >> oh, my gosh, night skiing. happy new year's, guys. >> that's what we want to say. happy new year's to you guys, too.
in previous years we have gone to jump off a building. >> in las vegas. >> in las vegas. >> yeah, we jumped off a building in las vegas. what else did we do? laviolet last year we had a rave. it was pretty crazy. we went roller blading last year. i thought we'd step it up a notch. that's kind of what we're doing right now. >> i had to take off my ear piece. there was reverberation. sorry about that. we wanted to do something adventuresome this year. exciting, fun. >> a unique experience to say the least for new year's eve. and there's a lot of people here, to do something outdoors. that's been the big thing of 2020, finding new outdoor activities. this is a perfect one for socially distancing and staying warm with the mask. >> relatively covid safe. we're in front of the -- middle of the mountain, 60 miles east of the city of portland, and this place is historic, 87 years
old, good german sausage inside. we're going to take you for a ride. >> let's hope nobody falls, we're going to make it through the rest of the year without a big -- >> oh, my gosh. how can you guys see? oh, i see, the lights are on. >> we have to give a shout out to our photographer mike, keeping up with us here. >> oh, wow. mike on skis with camera. not nothing. it looks gorgeous. yeah, yeah, gary -- >> well, you guys are way more adventurous than i. i can't even do that during the day. >> i love the quiet, the quiet of being on the slopes, the crunch of the snow. i'm so jealous. >> all right, guys, take care. we'll see you soon. happy new year to you. >> happy new year. >> so i'm very excited -- >> happy new year's, guys. >> we're excited to have the
next guest. in high office -- >> deep thoughts. >> as they were saying, i thought it might be this person on the masked singer. guess what, i was right. he's a recent runner up on the masked singer. his new album, all love is out now. al black joins us from la -- oh, that's l.a. hey, man, congratulations on the new album. and also congratulations -- believe it or not, i was watching and i guessed that it was you. can you believe that? >> hey, aloe. >> i can't believe it, don. i just heard you singing with dionne warwick so i know you have a voice. >> yeah, he has a future. >> what was that like, aloe? >> it was a lot of fun, the masked singer. it was a lot of pressure. i've never had to do
choreography, wearing a mask. usually when i'm dancing i'm doing my thing free. this was a lot of pressure, lot of pressure. >> did you -- because i know someone who was on, by the way, who was -- here you go. >> thanks, honey. >> who was going to join us tonight but had a tragedy in the family. i'll be honest. you were on -- i'm not sure when you were on. wendy williams. so wendy, we're thinking about you. love you. >> i didn't get to see her back stage. i saw the episode. her voice was too easy to recognize. i knew it as soon as she opened her mouth. >> she told me about the experience and how great it was and changing, just all the precautions that you take and all the secrecy and the silence around it. it's amazing. so, what has this experience done for you? >> well, it definitely gave me a sense of like you've got to put it all out there. you can't phone it in. you're behind the mask. you think, this is easy, nobody can see me, i'll do whatever i
want. you get one take. you're filming. they're not going to let you do it over because you have a mask. you have to give 110% every time. >> i want to hear you sing, but i'm going to say -- >> i feel that should be the mantra for our 2021, give it your all, you know, give it everything you have. i read so much about you and the comparison, aloe, to the late great bill withers. he was a friend of mine. i went with him to carn gi haeg hall. goosebumps. such an honor for you. >> i was at that carnegie hall. >> i was sitting right next to him. it was like one of the best nights of my life. >> aloe blacc, everyone. >> aloe blacc. >> so what do you want to hear?
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we have 20 seconds. >> 20 seconds till central time. >> time zone in the u.s. usually we're in new orleans or nashville. we're normally rolling in the new year with you guys. we just wanted to -- hey -- >> i'm going to do my arley -- >> mr. don lemon has been sober. we're so proud. >> 3. 2. 1. >> 3. 2. 1. happy new year! happy new year, my dear. >> love you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ applause ] >> woo! that was nashville. >> in the thick of the crowd -- >> i know. >> that was forever ago. >> we're thinking about them. >> we are, christmas day, everything happened, the year, the pandemic and the storms. i know it's been tough specifically for y'all in nashville. >> can i give you something? since it's the new year, i wanted to give you something real quick. >> don lemon, are you opening my own gift for you? >> this is a present i wanted to
give to you. it is from nicole dana, an n.y.c. artist. so happy new year and merry christmas. wait till you see what it is. show them what it is. >> it's a bug ornament. look, walter. get a close-up on that. that is awesome. >> this is brooke's dog. you do a photo shoot. that was my present from my fiancee. >> thank you, tim. >> let's be real. we went down stairs. best fiancee, whatever. i don't know what you're talking about. my friend is mad at me because we talked about somebody else's j juice, arley's juice. >> you're from louisiana.
we love new orleans and all things music and french mystery. that is our thing. and so cheryl and brad are standing by from the spotted cat, which we love, love, love, and so happy new year. >> hi, guys, happy new year. how are you? >> how are you? ♪ ♪ >> we know that window. we know that window. >> wow. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> cheryl and brad, can we talk to y'all while the music is playing?
>> i don't think they can lear us. >> no, they're just moving and grooving. moving and grooving. okay. >> all right. so, let's keep it in louisiana. let's keep it in louisiana. guess who's here? popped up on the monitor in my kitchen. >> and you see her. >> you see her face right there. >> hi, mom. >> hi, mom. katherine, how are you? look in the camera. how are you? happy new year. >> happy new year, katherine. >> happy new year. i can't see myself on the camera. >> all right. well, don't look. look in the camera. look right in the camera. not at your tv. >> oh, my god, i see myself now. >> how are you? how has your year been? >> oh, it's been very sad.
>> oh, did i see matching leopard with outfit? i'm loving the outfit, kat. >> mom, stop looking at yourself and look in the camera. so, tell us -- brooke says -- brooke wants to know if she sees matching leopard. >> i see matching leopard. show me that watch band. >> it's leopard, everything. >> so, how have you been, mom? i have not seen you. usually you are here for the holidays. don't tell where we are. but usually you're here for the holidays and you're not here. i haven't seen you in a year. i haven't hugged your face. >> i know. it's been very, very, very upsetting. and sad. there are so many things that are going on. huh? what you say?
>> how are you holding up? i said, how are you holding up? >> i'm hanging in there. i'm hanging in there. >> have you seen my nieces and my sister and my great nephews? >> well, i saw ashley today because i had her come over and pickup gumbo. and i haven't -- >> yeah. >> i have not seen ima in quite a while. and i've seen great grand babies from a distance. so it's been rough. -- >> yeah. >> it's so hard for so many families. my own mom who i know is watching. while we're talking to your mom, hi, mom. i love you. i know it's been hard we haven't been able to see each other and hug each other in a number of
months. kat, can i try to embarrass don as much as i possibly can? i know you said he's not embarrassable, and you may be right. will you just tell me a baby don story? >> no, i'm not going to do that. he's just been a wonderful child. >> yay! ha ha ha ha! mwa! [ applause ] >> ha ha ha! mom, so last time you were here i was going to pretend i made all this gumbo, but i knew you would bust me out. last time we were here, we froze gallons and gallons of gumbo. guess what, i'm whipping it out right now. it's your gumbo. >> homemade rue? >> we did it last year. we had an open house for all of our friends in the neighborhood, again, won't say where we are, and family.
tim's family was here. you were here. and all of our friends. and we had tim's nephews played violin. we had gospel singers. >> amazing. >> a really beautiful open house for the holidays and here we are stuck at home now. >> i know. i remember the carollers. it was very nice. you've been doing a lot of baking. >> you should see my house. >> oh, my gosh, can we show the cakes? kat, there are like ten cakes in this house. i was asking these boys what they've been up to if they haven't been drinking alcohol the last 361 days. all tim did was text me photos of the cakes and cookies and the brownies. i might have had a slice of don's -- come here, walter. >> yeah. >> we're going to show everyone. this is -- >> what? >> look at this. look at this. carrot cake, cherry pie. >> he's always baking.
>> how many times did i call you and facetime? >> yeah, facetime. >> i have to say the cake is delicious. >> you facetimed me 24 -- >> yeah. but you got to love it, mom. i talk to you every single day. >> yes, you do. but you call me 24/7 when you were baking. [ laughter ] >> well, we all need a little motherly love and help. >> but, mom, you remember it was so funny because we were talking earlier in the year. this was before the quarantine. it was right in the beginning and i was asking you, i said, mom -- because you had just left here for the holidays. i said, mom, you know what i want to learn how to do? i want to learn to bake a cake from scratch. >> yes. >> without duncan hines or betyi
crocker. i was in the car and you were on the phone giving me the recipe. i got all the ingredients and i never made the cake until this thanksgiving. i made two cakes from scratch with swan's down cake flour. butter, eggs -- >> cake mix. >> from scratch. no recipe. i made my own icing. >> this is the cake, this is your cake? >> that is my cake. >> look at how much it is gone. >> it's so moist. it was so moist that the dressing was sticking to the cake. i had never had a cake that fluffy before. your recipe was right on, baby. >> it's mighty fluffy, kat. i might have to do something bad. >> you might have to do what, baby? >> i might be eating cake live on tv. i'm giving up sugar and booze in january. you're looking at me -- >> i'm looking at you eating my cake. >> i have california in my mind right now. so i'm going to have a little
bit more sugar and we're going to be fine. kat, we love you. cheers. >> i love you. what's your wish for 2021? >> cheers. my wish is that 2021 is better than 2020. and hopefully we can get out and do things. and i can come and visit you. >> that must be your sister calling. all right, mom. i love you. >> i love you, too. they can wait. that's all right. i'm not worried about that. >> they can wait. again, another mantra of 2021. >> i'll talk to you later. big kiss. >> love you guys. >> mwa. >> love you, kat. great to see you. >> all right. bye. >> i remember having dinner with your mom and you weren't even there. hanging out with her. >> and they got my mom really
hammered. that wasn't that time? >> no, tim got her hammered at the mexican -- there's tim back there, my fiancee back there. >> we were totally behaving. >> and her husband. anyways. so -- >> where were we? >> we were going to the goo-goo dolls. special performance from the goo-goo dolls. ♪ ♪ you asked me what i want this year ♪ ♪ try to make this kind and clear ♪ ♪ just a chance that maybe we'll find better days ♪
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fun this year. >> you know what, last year i said i wanted to do something in terms of empowering women and leaning into that space. i did good on that and wrote my first book. it's called "huddle." i want be this word to be part of our lexicon. i needed a little help. i don't know about you all. i needed help coming out of this pandemic. if you have a special woman, best friend, wife, daughter and the men also, it's about -- instead of leaning -- lovely, men. it's about leaning on, groups of women, collectives of women are getting amazing -- done. and you, sir? >> same thing. >> we're authors here. >> we went through this whole year of race and riots and george floyd and ahmaud arbery. people asked me how do we have the conversation? i've been wanting to write a book on race for years. it's not the right time, i don't
want to do it. it's called "this is the fire," an ode to james baldwin, this is the fire. what i say to my friends about racism. >> beautiful, needed. >> it's going to be amazing. i'm so proud of this book. i'm so proud of where i take people and some really hard and honest truths. but i talk about how we can all come together, how we approach the subject, and how we can actually make things better. we talk about policing and friendship and all kinds of things. and you know what, cheers. so, go, order it on -- if you have the full screen, put it up. amazon, you can preorder my book and your book. >> or in book stores. >> speaking of friends of all different types -- >> love this. anna navarro was good enough to hang out with us. >> hey, boo! >> there's cha-cha. >> happy new year! >> here i am in my regal black pajamas. you aren't going to be the only
ones. [ laughter ] >> by the way, it was christmas and it was my birthday and i'm still waiting for the copy of the book. [ laughter ] >> you just had a birthday, what, three, four days ago? >> yeah, i'm the same age as dionne warwick, in my 30s. >> happy 35th. happy 35th. where's al? is al already asleep? >> al is probably watching twilight zone marathon or something like that. you know, we celebrated and we did some of the rituals and superstitions and traditions that we do in latin america. so you have to eat 12 grapes. one for each month, good luck for each month in the first minute of the new year. you've got to have -- for good luck and prosperity. i've been cooking all day. you know, some people go and go
around and walk with -- for more travel. we know how that worked out last year. you know, some people wear -- [ laughter ] >> some people tell me they wear red panties or yellow panties. i haven't figured out what the hell that's for. >> what's the little thing? >> yes -- >> if you go to rio -- >> there's a thing like that in gay culture, but it's with w bandanas. we won't go there. >> had to take it there. >> the red panties i had to find in my closet, fit me so small it's like wearing a bandana. >> anna, we have to go. we love you. >> i love you. >> you handled it really great. and i love watching you on cnn. i love watching -- >> i hope in 2021 we can hug
again. >> yes, i can't wait. >> bye, baby. we'll talk to you and cha-cha. come on, boys. >> we've got some boys -- >> we have some guys coming here. 20 2rks 1. 20, 21. >> i'm 2-0. >> and a third dog. he's like, peace out, i'm out. >> happy 2021, everybody. and gus can't wait to get down. so, anyway, we're so happy. this is a song that was written during quarantine from the new album "harmony." >> oh, yeah. >> that is none other than the one and only josh groban. >> happy new year. >> happy new year. we love you. we'll see you in the new year. bye. from an undisclosed --
♪ ♪ ♪ i can see fire burning way out there ♪ ♪ i can feel the cold across the bitter end ♪ ♪ and it makes me wonder how we return ♪ ♪ when will we go, what will we do with all we have ♪ ♪ well, i believe in all of us ♪ i won't let this go to waste ♪ i want someone i can touch ♪ i want something i can taste ♪ holding on to what we must ♪ but there is hope in all of us ♪ ♪ and i can see it on your face ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
♪ on your face ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ and we're so connected ♪ tell the world that we're special ♪ ♪ and i've got to be open because life's meant to be shared ♪ ♪ but how can i be true with me when i'm so scared ♪ ♪ oh, oh, i believe in all of us ♪ ♪ i won't let this go to waste ♪ i want someone i can touch ♪ i want something i can taste ♪ holding onto what we must ♪ there is love in all of us ♪ and i can see it on your face ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh --