#Beatles50 was all the buzz on Twitter Sunday night as CBS aired a fantastic tribute for the fifty year anniversary of the iconic band’s appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”
— The Beatles (@thebeatles) February 10, 2014
The Beatles wrote more freaking hits than hits exist. Does make sense? #beatles50
— Daphne Zuniga (@DaphneZuniga) February 10, 2014
— Mark Davis (@MarkDavis) February 10, 2014
The Beatles changed the world 50yrs ago. More artist need to Learn their power to provoke change. http://t.co/6YmlSevDbS
— Daymond John (@TheSharkDaymond) February 10, 2014
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) February 10, 2014
Well, it looks like Maroon 5 and Adam Levine did not learn that lesson yet.
Beatles 50 Year Tribute > Olympics. Except the parts where adam levine is running amateur hour as he mangles the vocals
— Justin M. Overdorff (@jmover) February 10, 2014
Laura Ingraham zinged the singer with a probing question:
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) February 10, 2014
Seriously! Others noticed that as well.
— Joe Frohlinger (@joefrohlinger) February 10, 2014
Why not just let Foo Fighters do all the songs tonight on #Beatles50 becasue it is criminal that Maroon 5 had two songs. CRIMINAL
— The Peoples Mayor (@irishduke2) February 10, 2014
Dear Adam Levine, if you're singing Beatles tunes, find some mates to harmonize with you #Beatlescanharmonize
— Hector Gerardo (@Hex_27) February 10, 2014
Adam Levine you are a legit singer but Maroon 5 has no where near the capabilities of doing Beatles harmonies.
— John Kupec (@KingKoop8) February 10, 2014
Ohh Adam Levine not sounding too good on Ticket to Ride. Add some harmonies dude.. ouch
— Panamera Girl (@panameragirl) February 10, 2014
Just how bad was he?
Adam Levine singing Beatles songs is worse than how I felt watching 12 Years a Slave #Beatles
— Jonathan Solin (@JonnySoul90210) February 10, 2014
And an exit answer to Laura Ingraham’s question: