tv CNN New Years Eve Live With Don Lemon and Alisyn Camerota CNN January 1, 2022 12:30am-1:31am PST
>> you understood the assignment. you are a mix of me and her. >> well, i've done a lot of outfit changes. >> true. >> today i was a cher. >> how about that anderson and andy? >> wow! that man was not playin'. he did not like de blasio, okay? wait. do they always swear in a mayor on live television on new year's eve? >> i don't know. i don't want to get into that. i just thought they were amazing. >> what i did like is that he brought a picture of the mother. i love black people. >> speaking of, you and i had a black people conversation and got a little -- >> listen, i'm not going to get in trouble for that. i didn't do it. your just throwing things. >> honestly, we are having a party here. this has been one hell of a two years, and we're just having a
good time. we've had one hell of a two years. >> yes, we have. >> so it's time for people to have a good time. >> that's the beautiful thing about new year's eve is you get a reset. you get to do it all over. you do. that's the beautiful thing. you get to start anew. >> can we talk about the last two years? >> i don't -- listen, the last two years have shown me that if you have the chance to handcuff a man to a bed, do it. do it. they can't leave you. they'll never leave you. >> how did you do that? talk to me. what does that mean? >> you got to get them in the house in the first place, and dating apps are trash! they suck, okay? >> this is why we wanted dulce sloan. have you had that experience? you've handcuffed a man to a bed? >> have i learned what? >> have you handcuffed a man to a bed? >> no. i'm a lady.
>> oh, okay. you just said if you had the chance. >> i didn't get the chance. >> we had covid. we had a crazy election. >> yes. >> coming out of the -- >> we had a crazy election. we had an insurrection. >> reality deniers, insurrection. we've had all kinds of crazy stuff. >> dulce had had a different thing that she'd learned over the past two years about men. >> i have learned that "no" is a complete sentence. that's what i learned. you can tell people no. you can say you don't have time. you can say, i'm not comfortable with that. everybody needed to learn -- >> you need to put your mic up. give me this. you're good. >> everybody needs to learn having to stop and slow down, you can say no. >> can i share a secret? >> you can say i'm not comfortable. you can say i don't want to come. >> can i share a secret? >> yeah. >> i actually loved quarantine because i'm a loner. people may not realize that.
i love being alone. i love being in the house. i love being with my fiancé. i love family time. i love dinnertime. i loved quarantine. >> i loved not going to work. >> or wearing a mask and people on the street not saying, like, hey, don lemon! >> people don't recognize me. >> yes. >> but, don, i'm sorry -- >> were you wearing this? >> a lot of times i did have -- >> were you saying you liked not being recognized? you, don lemon, liked not being recognized? >> i did! come on. talk to me. what are you saying? >> i'm saying that i think you enjoy when the crowd here goes "don lemon!" >> no! no, no, no, no. okay. well, maybe i -- >> show the people at home. >> oh, i'm throwing these.
>> if you don't know, we have custom-made don lemon beads. >> yeah. >> because don likes to be subtle and fly under the radar. >> let it rain, lemon beads. he's better at this than me. i just throw them in a chunk. >> look at the dancer. amazing. right here. we've got disco balls. hi, disco balls. hi, disco balls. hi. black feather dancer. >> these guys are from trixie minx productions. >> we can't hear anything. >> no. >> you're talking to me. i'm like -- it's like charlie
brown's mom. >> we also are having a portrait of us painted right now in real time. and that's frenchie, who's been painting. frenchie. >> tell us about frenchie. >> frenchie! >> whoo! >> can we show what frenchie is making? now, listen, for y'all that didn't see the moment where we came in on the big float -- >> yeah. >> -- frenchie is painting that exact moment where we went past him. >> and where you and i were hanging on for dear life. >> oh, man, that thing, it was like -- >> i think they missed on camera when i almost fell into your boobs. >> we all almost fell into my boobs on the back of that damn float. >> was there room? >> there's always room at the inn. >> dulce, can i ask you about
"the daily show"? dulce is a featured player on the ever popular daily show. do you love it? tell me about it. what do you love about it? >> it is a lot of work. but what i love doing, what we've been doing recently is that we've been able to play directly with trevor when we're doing, you know, the open, like the top stories of the day. >> yeah. >> and that has been my favorite thing. >> but do you learn a lot about culture? we learned a lot about culture from you on the show. i'm sure you learned a lot about the culture by working on the show. >> oh, absolutely. i didn't know how collaborative that it was going to be. so it's like when i'm working on a piece, i can call one of the writers working on it, and i'm on it from the beginning. >> yeah. >> so it's like it's in my -- as soon as it starts, which it wasn't always like that. that's kind of one of the
changes that trevor brought in, that the correspondents are more hands-on with what they're doing. >> and alisyn camerota, let's talk about your love for new year's eve. we did not fully delve into that. >> here's what i want you to know. most people, i think, consider new year's eve overrated. not i. i love new year's eve. i always have. i got engaged to my husband on new year's eve. >> that's so cute! >> and? >> don, there have been so many fun things that i've done on new year's eve. i've been in other countries. i've just had an exhilarating time. thank you for asking. what about you, don lemon? do you like it? >> here's the thing. everyone thinks like don lemon is having a new year's eve.
i am always -- i am like a -- i forget what they call it. an introverted extrovert. like i'm really shy. >> me too. >> but i share everything. for me, new year's eve, i'm like dean martin. like i carry the same drink almost the entire night. so it's kind of an act. but i'm letting people into my life, and this is how i am all the time. i share everything. >> share. >> i don't give a -- what you think about me. i don't care. i'm a grown-ass man. i don't care what you think about me. i am who i am. i'm a grown, successful, black man who a lot of people hate. to be able to share my point on television, it freaks people out. and you know what? you can kiss my behind. i do not care. i don't care. i really don't. i have one life, and this is who i am, and i feel very --
>> blessed. >> -- blessed and honored to be in this position. >> yes. >> to be able to do this. >> yes. >> so all the hate i get, it's motivation to me. bring it. i don't care. >> the only thing -- one of my favorite things to do is when someone comments something mean on any of my -- >> but i am a little bit lit right now. i'm oversharing. >> that's fine. when someone comments something mean, i don't go back and forth with them. i just delete because it's my internet. i'm not going -- >> that's the thing about social media. you don't have to read social media. >> no. >> people ask me, someone said this about you, or someone said this or this. would you like to respond? >> no! >> it's like no! i don't know you, and i don't give a shit. i don't have to respond. you do you. i do me. >> i support you. i think you are the person who taught me this. one time we were on the air together, and something went wrong. shocking, right, with don?
and he said, this too shall pass. this too shall pass. >> he didn't die. you didn't get fired. that's what i'm always worried about. >> why? >> because, man, i feel like sometimes i say stuff and they're like ahh! >> i feel like when people get fired, sometimes it's the best thing that happened to them because then you become a -- >> that's awfully philosophical. >> one time i got fired and i was on unemployment a year, and that was a blessing because that's when i started doing stand-up. >> that's a great story. she's proving your point. >> what? >> she's proving your point. she got fired. she was on unemployment. that's when she started doing stand-up. >> i'm just going to say, it's been one hell of a year for a lot of people. we had a lot of people get sick from covid, the whole crazy thing. i've had some things with some friends who work at the company
who i love. there's a lot -- there's a lot we've had to deal with. so i'm letting go. >> yeah. okay. you know what the best thing to do is? bring on one of the most healing things after two years of this is music. and so i think we should bring in amanda shaw. you guys keep throwing this. i'm going to bring in amanda shaw because amanda has awesome music to play for us. >> what's she going to do? >> hi, great to see you. >> it's so great to see you too. happy new year. >> the crowd loves you so much. they've been really looking forward. >> now i'm ready for the new year. >> you've been beaded. so tell us about your playing, when you started. >> i started playing when i was 4 years old, and here i am. we won't say how old i am now, but i'm past 30.
this is the third time i've come to hang out with you guys. i don't know, don. i don't know how you get more fun every single time. >> do you enjoy being with us? >> of course i do. >> do you think we're nuts? >> no comment. >> i don't care. it's great. >> i think we are lemons around here but in a good way. >> when you do the fiddle, it's like you are so upbeat and optimistic about it. >> that's what cajun music is. it's all fun. it's dance music. i'll play a little tune for you guys. >> what is it? >> i don't know. i hadn't quite gotten that far. ♪ ♪ >> we shall be back from new
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♪ welcome back, everyone. we are here in new orleans with an awesome crowd. we're in the warehouse district right outside of the howlin' wolf. they have been so good to us. >> they have been amazing, and we have had crawfish and a street party and look at that float. we have an amazing float. we have our own personalized don lemon and cnn beads. watch this. oh! scares me every time. >> that was fantastic. >> it's been amazing. it's been amazing. can we look around? can we go around other parts of the united states? >> yeah. >> where is stephanie elam?
i've been wanting to talk to stephanie elam. >> stephanie is in las vegas, i believe. >> what is happening in vegas? hey, steph. hey, happy new year, girl. >> hey, don. hey alisyn. hi friends. i am in las vegas. i'm at the fremont street experience in the original las vegas strip. we are downtown las vegas, and who do i have with me but the village people, who just got offstage after rocking it. it was so much fun. i have to know, all these years you've been singing your songs, and i should point out that victor is an original. he is the original rocker. people are singing your songs. they're so happy. what's it like to see everyone so into your songs? >> it's like it's been ever since i did it the first time, it seems. it's -- first of all, let me say happy new year's from the village people to the world. and we have a great time and a wonderful time performing and watching everybody seem like they're having such a good time with us.
the world just seems like a better place every time we're onstage. >> i mean it's happy. like you look at people's faces. they're smiling. they're dancing along. not everyone knows dances anymore, but they know your dances. what's it luike for you? >> it was a great feeling. this was our first new year's in vegas, so it felt spectacular. >> there's some new blood in the village people. but the feeling is still all the same. tell me about it. i'm trying to get to all of you. >> it's great. i mean it's nice. it's fun. having a great time. >> and the choreography, you guys are into that part? >> oh, yeah. it's fun. absolutely. got to get the body movin' and groovin'. >> you make sure everybody knows how to do ymca. that's a key part of the lesson because the "c" goes to the left if i got it right, right? >> y-m-c-a. no matter where you are, the "c"
always goes to the left. >> to the left! >> we're looking at you out there. the y-m-c would go to the left. >> i think we just did a public service announcement. listen, you guys were fantastic. >> the indian -- i mean native american -- >> but listen, so much fun watching you guys. thank you so much. happy new year. >> happy new year to you. >> thank you so much. >> alisyn, we love you. >> we need some -- ♪ young men ♪ ♪ there's no need to feel down ♪ ♪ young men ♪ >> they have to sing it. >> they want you to sing "young man" for don lemon, please. >> why are we singing in?
♪ young man ♪ ♪ there's no need to feel down ♪ ♪ i said young man ♪ ♪ cuz you're in a new town ♪ ♪ there's no need to be unhappy ♪ ♪ no need to be unhappy ♪ ♪ it's fun to stay at the ymca ♪ ♪ it's fun to stay at the ymca ♪ >> thank you, steph. thank you. >> i love you, don lemon. >> we love you. we are counting down to new year's eve. >> it's only ten minutes away. >> central time zone. >> oh, dulce. >> what happened? >> did you have a wardrobe malfunction? >> don't make me justin timberlake. >> they will justin timberlake themselves. don't you worry. they have heard there are people watching, and they want to be out and about in these streets. >> alisyn, are you like, oh, my god, what have i gotten myself
into? >> i'm excited. >> so many people to introduce you to. >> okay. >> we have a street party going on here. we have our own personalized beads that we're throwing. people are showing things. we've got a float, and we've got some deep conversation. i mean look what we have. and we've got new year's eve coming up. we're going to take a quick break. we're coming back. live from new orleans, this is cnn's new year's eve, america. coast to coast. it happens. earth wind & fire next as well. ♪ including the covid-19 virus, on more surfaces than lysol disinfectant spray. lysol. what it takes to protect. blendjet's holiday sale is on now for the #1 gift this holiday season, the blendjet 2 portable blender. it packs the power of a big blender on the go, and it crushes right through ice.
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for me ♪ >> welcome back to the cnn new year's eve's extravaganza. dulce and i are here in the warehouse district outside of the howlin' wolf in new orleans. >> yes! >> but let's get to one of the greatest bands of all time right now. we have a performance from earth wind & fire. >> earth wind & fire is here? i didn't -- i got to stop checking emails. ♪ we can boogie downtown ♪ ♪ let's groove tonight share the spice of life ♪
♪ it's all right all right ♪ ♪ let this groove get you to move ♪ ♪ it's all right, all right ♪ ♪ gonna tell you what you can do with my love all right ♪ ♪ let you know girl you're looking good you're out of sight all right ♪ ♪ just move yourself and glide like a 747 ♪ ♪ and lose yourself in the sky among the clouds in the heavens ♪ ♪ let this groove light up your fuse it's all right all right all right ♪
wheren't don? where's don? >> wait a minute -- how is anybody going to -- >> we don't know, here we go. >> wait, wait, wait. >> 15, 14, 13, 12 -- >> 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 -- >> happy new year! >> whoo! yeah! >> happy new year, everybody! happy new year! wait. i got my own lemon cake. i hope you have your own lemon cake. happy new year, everybody! >> i'm glad you got a lemon cake and your name not johnson what you going to pop out of then? >> a much more interesting cake. i'm going to sit on my own cake. happy new year, happy new year, happy new year.
>> i got to kiss the count. >> where's my man? >> where your mans at? where is don lemon's man? >> he hates being on tv on new year's eve. >> oh no. >> happy new year, everybody. >> happy new year. >> up in the room chilling. >> all right, so welcome. >> cheers to a much better 2022. are you excited about it? >> oh, because 2021? >> this is your daughter? >> my daughters chessa, right here, it's wonderful to be able to celebrate. >> that's your baby? >> yeah. >> hey, darling. brought a lemon out, okay. for some reason she has a huge lemon with her. that makes sense. we completed the gag. >> dulce, we're so happy to have you here for new year's eve and new year's. do you have a resolution? >> oh, my resolution is to be nicer to myself. >> what does that mean?
>> that means it's to love myself more and to say nicer things to me. and to be able to say no. >> does it mean chaining people to the bed? >> oh, only if i'm a good girl. >> don, what's your resolution? >> what is your new year's resolution, alisyn camerota? >> i don't know, it's hard to have a resolution when you're this perfect, i haven't come up with one yet, i'm open to suggestions. anybody can tell me what it should be. what's yours? >> alisyn and i were going to have a tim table tonight. her husband is tim, my fiance is tim, they both hate being on television. he's not here. my resolution is -- i don't have one. >> you haven't thought of one? >> yeah, i don't think -- i don't do resolutions. >> you don't? >> that makes sense. >> my resolution is always just to be me. and to not give a you know what. and just to live my life. my life is mine. >> okay. >> i don't really care what other people think about me, my
life is for me to live. >> that's amazing. >> to make my fiance happy. >> yes. >> build a home for us, our dogs, our kids. we're going to get married this year. >> what's the date? i'm curious. >> haven't set a date. because i want people -- i want our family, his family, our friends to enjoy not a giant wedding, and i want this covid crap to be over because i don't want a superspreading event. i want people to have a fun time and let loose. sometime this year when we get covid behind us. my resolution is to be kinder. to him and -- >> and everyone? >> i'm always nice to people, i'm nice to him. >> can i get an invite to your wedding? >> also to be not so -- i'm not a selfish person, but not so me-centric. >> okay. i need to learn how to be -- sometimes i can be too giving. i want to learn how to be a little bit more -- not like selfish, but more focused on
myself, as opposed to letting other people distract me. >> you should borrow something -- >> yeah, borrow something from you. my best friend, happy birthday, it's her birthday. >> happy birthday! >> also, i think it would be great if we could somehow figure out how to understand each other. to live in a shared reality. >> that is a great resolution for the country. >> a shared reality. >> you have to learn how to listen. >> excuse me? >> you have to learn how to listen. >> i'm sorry, go ahead. >> that was so funny. >> it's good, you have to listen, you also have to learn how to -- by the way, those lemons? we have the same pool floats in our backyard. so funny. it's like did you take our pool floats? >> yes, there's no budget.
>> the people have to really realize -- >> you can't have empathy until you listen. so you can't understand somebody else -- >> true. >> a lot of times when people talk, they're waiting for their turn, as opposed to listening to what the other person is saying. >> true, that. here's what i want for everybody. i want for everybody on their birthday, on new year's eve, on their anniversary, or whatever it is, if it's just tuesday, to be able to have their own lemon cake and step out of it and say, "live on cnn and international television." i said, i want a lemon cake and i want to jump out, and guess what, somebody did it, hey! >> somebody did it. look at this. look at the craftsmanship. lemon cake for everyone. >> we had anderson and andy on earlier. we were doing cnn plus earlier. figuring out what we're doing
with allie. i have a talk show. >> whoo! >> oh, yeah, i have a talk show. i haven't figured out the name. but it's going to be very much, "caller, you're on the air." remember who that was? >> phil donahue. >> i'm going to do that show. >> that's a great idea. i'm going to do the 2022 version of that show. >> you're going to have that studio audience -- >> a studio audience. we may do a -- we may birth babies live on the cnn plus. >> you don't know nothing about birthing no babies. >> miss scarlett! yes, i do. "i don't know nothing about birthing no babies, miss scarlett! >> that made me so happy. >> she stole that movie. did she steal that movie? >> listen, all i remember is carol burnett coming down them stairs wearing them curtains, that's what i remember. >> you are crazy. i want you guys on social media to tell us what your resolutions are. >> yes. >> or your wishes for 2022. >> or tell us that you don't believe in resolutions and you're just going to live your life.
>> my resolution for 2022, no more broke dick. >> what? >> no more broke dick. no more penis from a man who has no money. >> did you say broke dick? >> yes. but it's always good, that's the problem. >> wow. >> can i say that on tv? is that okay? >> i say she's -- i say she's golden. >> listen. if anyone who is acquiring male genitalia, it needs to be attached to someone who can also fly me to the caribbean. because i can. you can fly yourself to the caribbean, why would you do that? >> omg! >> i'm trying.
i'm trying to put a blessing on my life, okay? >> come here. >> who's this? >> holly, get over here in the middle. this is halle. howie. >> owner of the fabulous establishment that we are standing in front of. >> oh, you are the proprietor. >> thank you for doing this. >> okay. >> can we talk some serious? people talk a lot of shit about new orleans and i hate that. i think new orleans is an amazing city, dealing with some things, that's been dealing with some things for a long time. i think katrina really hurt the city, right? then on top of that we've had covid, what have you. talk to me about the greatness of the city and what you want for the city in 2022. >> we're talking about the culture barriers. we're talking about the people that make this city unique and fantastic. it's not just about the musicians, it's about the sous chef at your favorite restaurant. it's the reason why new orleans has such -- this heartbeat. everybody else and everybody around the country and the world, it's why people are watching right now, because new orleans is like nothing else that you can possibly imagine. >> can i tell you how much i love this city? i grew up in baton rouge. i would come here all the time with my family, go to lake pontchartrain.
i had to use my toes to find my dad's keys in the lake. so anyways. here's the thing. this is how much i love this city. i actually own a piece of property here that i would love to build a house on and be able to retire here one day. am i crazy? >> no. this is where i will die. this is where music lives. this is where the heart of the nation lives. our greatest export is our people, our culture. there's nothing like what will happen in new orleans anywhere else. >> we're so happy. howie, you moved this entire event. we had this omicron variant and outbreak in new orleans. we had a lot of things planned. of course the float was planned for outside. you moved everything outside for us because you wanted to show
how new orleans is nimble and it's great, the mayor encouraged us to do it. we moved everything outside. why was that important to do that? how the hell did you do that? >> we had a lot of help from the people, all your staff. it was all the musicians and the people, john cleary, the grammy award-winning rebirth brass band, all my staff and people that got together and said, we're going to do this safely and show the world what new orleans. >> on the same weekend there's the bowl, baylor and ole miss tomorrow. there was a great parade today. baylor and ole miss, i hate both of you, i'm an lsu tiger, but i'm happy to see everybody. thank you, howie, it's great. guys? >> what's up? >> i want to thank you. hey! how are you guys? >> yay! >> we love new orleans. i can't hear anything. are we taking a break? still talking? >> where are my glasses? >> i think they're saying take a break.
>> take a break! >> my glasses. >> oh, those are fun. >> i don't know, i think i like my lemon necklace. >> lemon yellow chain. >> we have even more fun coming up on the other side of the break. there may be something even more exciting and more interesting than a lemon cake. >> impossible. >> yeah, so next thing, i'm popping out of my top, hey hey! >> whoo! >> be right back, y'all, happy new year. >> we'll be right back. >> announcer: new year's eve live brought to you by northeastern mutual. you dream it. we'll help you plan for it. i always dreamed of having kids of my own. ♪ ♪ now i'm ready for someone to call me mom.
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we are still here at the fremont street experience. look at the legend standing with me, bobby brown. are you ready to rock it? >> yes, i am. yes, i am. >> okay, you know, you're kind of the soundtrack for a lot of people's happy moments. what does that feel like for you? >> it feels wonderful. i am flabbergasted. >> so are you going to be dancing? are we going to see dance moves from you tonight? >> you'll see dances, singing, and you'll see bobby brown. >> so you know, when i do the bobby brown, i get high knees, i get my knees up. you're like, up, up. are we going to see some of that tonight? >> you'll see some of it. >> oh, i can't wait. because you know what? that's your prerogative. >> yes, it is. >> i can't wait to see you rock it. i know there's so many people here talking about they want to see you. what's it like when you see the
crowd dancing to your songs? >> it's excitement. it's excitement. i love performing. it's something i love to do. >> we're glad you do it. thank you for talking to us. happy new year. don and alysin, happy new year! >> hi, guys, we're back. happy new year! >> bobby brown? >> no, you broke your cake! >> oh, can i have my lemon? >> there's a lot of music here and a lot of lemon cake. >> lemon! >> it can fit all of us. >> give me a bobby brown song. ♪ so i guess we're gonna have to take it slow ♪ >> it's like from "ghostbusters." it's the only bobby brown song i can remember. >> isn't it the one about reputation? >> oh, it's -- oh --
>> prerogative. is that bobby brown? >> prerogative, yes. >> it's like the one where they go into action, they've got to stop it, the ooze is evil. am i the only one who saw "ghostbusters 2"? >> oh my gosh. >> and "my prerogative," that too. >> we have to talk to frenchie. >> frenchie, come up here. frenchie is an amazing painter who has been painting the scene all night. frenchie, get in here. what you got here? >> hey, frenchie. show me to the louvre. >> this is us. >> it's art. wait, that's me! yeah! this is me hanging on for dear life. that's me, that's my titties, that's don lemon, that's alysin. >> this is our street party. >> oh, that's the girl that
played the fiddle. >> okay. >> this is a blank canvas. >> exciting visual. >> this is frenchie. talk to us about this. what is this? how the hell did you do this? >> well, you know, it's a new orleans thing, you know what i'm saying? sharing the love, putting the lagniappe out with the nice black and white, you know. the world needs a little love right now, that's what we're putting out for everybody. everything equals everything. everything equals love, baby. >> that's beautiful. >> wait, should we -- can we auction this for charity or something? >> well, i'm always open to charity. >> you're like, i need the money! >> everything is -- >> always open to charity, but what? nothing but love, nothing but love. >> if you want this, reach out to frenchie. >> frenchielive.com. >> uh-uh, my face is on this, i want a cut, frenchie! >> yeah, i got your figure in
there. >> this is me selling my titties in the street, frenchie, what's wrong with you? >> your titties are everywhere, i mean, come on. >> bless you, thank you. >> thank you, frenchie. where is this going to be? what you got? >> what have i got? >> where are they going to be? what you got? >> there's so much music around me. >> sober up! >> so i'm going to be in the city winery in atlanta on february 19th for dulce and friends. this is my first show in atlanta. >> how will you start that show? give me some jokes. give me a mini, 30-second set. >> i ain't doing no stand-up for free. >> why not? i say do it, dulce, dulce, dulce! >> listen. i start by saying, new york is trash, it should be burned down immediately. and if the lord ever blessed me with a dragon, i would burn that place to the ground. >> new york city? why?
>> you need to watch my half hour. i give a full three-pronged thesis as to why that city is awful. it's trying to kill you on a regular basis. >> all right, andy cohen, what is up with y'all? >> all i'm saying is that i should not have to go to war with the municipality. i am one person. why am i paying all this rent? why are the rats unionized? >> all i will say is that new york city made me the human being that i am. it gave me the strength, the charisma, the stamina, and the opportunity to be a bad -- >> as it was trying to kill you. >> what? >> you have ptsd. >> why? >> from the city. >> i do? >> it tried to kill you every day. >> how? >> new york? >> you better start spreading news, i don't believe that. >> i don't spread no news. >> i'm leaving today.
>> i'm trying to spread legs and get married. >> new york, new york. >> hey, it's the disco girl. >> this is so -- look. every new year's, every halloween, my fiance and i do something crazy. this halloween we were with whoopi and joy from "the view." >> i saw that. incredible, very attractive. >> i am crushing on these disco balls for next year. look at these. amazing. i want these outfits. what do you think? roxy, gay man, 1999, 2003, john blair saturday night, i want that. >> you have to get the hoop. >> how do i do the hoop? >> can we look at this for a second? >> look at the glasses. >> that's remarkable. >> that's glasses right there. >> she's been doing a lot of contortions and they're fantastic. >> of course. that's upper body strength. that's core. you understand? >> that is.
>> did you guys save some lemon beads? my mom will kill me if i don't get her one. >> you have to. >> she can also have this beautiful lemon cake. >> oh, yeah? >> we can turn this into -- a fountain. >> our producer is talking to us, all i hear is charlie brown's mom. womp-womp-womp! >> that is the worst. >> oh, the -- is he saying to say good-bye? >> i don't know. i have no -- >> saying good-bye? >> are we saying good-bye? i'm trying to find a comfortable place to sit on this lemon cake. >> good luck. >> going all the wrong places right now. >> does anybody else have a contact high? >> i have a contact high. >> okay, look. all right, look. we're going to -- we're at a street party, we are socially distant -- >> what is a street party? >> it is vaxed -- a vaccine card or negative test card, so we're
in a socially distant place. but we're at a street party, we're smelling a lot of weed. >> true, that. >> i don't partake in the weed. >> this lemon cake is in all the wrong places. i'm trying to find a comfortable spot. hey, listen. we've enjoyed our evening, we enjoyed new year's with you. i love you, happy new year. i love you all. i'm hoping it didn't piss off too many people. we're having a great time this new year's eve. everybody, i hope you have a fantastic 2022. lighten up! be easy. enjoy your life. don't be so judgmental. happy new year. >> happy and healthy! >> we did it. ta-da! >> whoo! >> yeah! once again, i'd like to thank you for coming out and partying with us, bringing in 2022 with the rebirth brand, man. you all ready to have a good time? party and have a good time? say yeah!
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hello. welcome to viewers in the united states and canada who are joining us. i'm paula newton. you are watching "cnn newsroom." the world is ring ing in 2022 after the pandemic. some cities celebrated as usual, while others opted for more scaled back festivities. new york city welcomed the new year with a party in times square. >> seven, six,