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When music legend Tony Bennett announced his retirement this summer, it was a bittersweet farewell. Now, audiences have the chance to see him take this stage, one last time.

That's right, on November 28th audiences will get the chance to experience the greatness of Tony Bennett from their homes. The concert special will be a filmed version of Bennett's final performance with longtime collaborator Lady Gaga. The special, aptly titled One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennet And Lady Gaga, will feature footage of the duo performing at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

The performance took place the first week of August, to celebrate Bennett's 95th birthday. Earlier this year, however, it was announced that Bennett was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease a few years ago. When fans heard the news, they were devastated. Although Bennett himself was already unaware of his illness, the pandemic only made things harder for him. The routine of tour came to a halt. Despite the odds being stacked against him, Tony was able to return to the stage this summer with the help of family and friends. Thankfully, this final performance was recorded. Now, the genius of Bennett will be shared with the world. Anderson Cooper sat down with Bennett last month to learn more about his experience.

The setlist for One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennet And Lady Gaga includes Lady Gaga's performances of "Luck Be a Lady", "Orange Colored Sky", "Let's Do It", and "New York, New York" as well as Bennett's performances of "Watch What Happens", "Steppin' Out", "Fly Me to the Moon", and "I Left My Heart in San Francisco". Additionally the audiences will see the pair team up to perform "Lady Is a Tramp", "Love for Sale", and "Anything Goes"

One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennet And Lady Gaga airs November 28th at 8:00pm ET on CBS. It will also be available to stream on Paramount Plus.

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