Performing with the late (and great) James Brown would be intimidating for any musician, and for Joss Stone it was "very scary." In the video above, Stone explains to HuffPost Live how she was unexpectedly asked to perform with "The Godfather Of Funk" while on the "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" show in June 2005.
"I was shaking like a leaf," Stone told host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani on Thursday.
Stone, a soulful singer herself, had planned on singing with Brown on "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross." Their duet was abruptly cancelled the week before they were slated to go on, which Stone called "not abnormal." So when Stone was called up to stage by '"The Godfather of Funk," she was "a bit unprepared."
"He called me up and we did some songs," she said. "We started with 'Man's World,' then he changed it to another one, and then he changed it to another one. But it was fun!"
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