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TV Icon, Two Music Legends, Two Broadway Stalwarts on List of 2010 Kennedy Center Honorees

Sep 7, 2010  •  Post A Comment

A TV icon, two music legends and two Broadway stalwarts are the five people chosen to receive the Kennedy Center Honors at the 33rd annual presentation in Washington on Dec. 5, reports the AP.

Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney and Merle Haggard are on the list, along with theater composer Jerry Herman and Broadway choreographer/dancer/director Bill T. Jones.

Earlier this year the White House honored McCartney with The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song–that ceremony and performance was seen on PBS stations in July.

The Kennedy Center Honors, which will celebrate the achievements of all five honorees, will be staged as a two-hour prime-time special on CBS that is going to be broadcast on Tuesday, Dec. 28.

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