GREEN DAY, THE BANGLES: A Fun "Monday"

Billy Joe Armstrong feat. Susanna Hoffs - Manic Monday

Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day got help in the third of his "No Fun Monday" series of video covers. He did a version of "Manic Monday" by The Bangles that has Susanna Hoffs from the group playing along on guitar. "Manic Monday" was a number-two hit for The Bangles in 1986 and was written by Prince.

A lot of artists have been posting performances from home, and Curt Smith from Tears for Fears turned his into a family affair. Watch Curt and his daughter Diva perform "Mad World" from their home in Los Angeles.

Duffy has shared the full story of her kidnapping and rape ordeal in an online essay. She posted the whole disturbing story at DuffyWords.com and included a disclaimer that some people might not want to read the full description. She writes that she initially came forward "because I was tired of hiding. Never feeling free or burden free.” Adding, “Hopefully no more ‘what happened to Duffy questions,’ now you know…and I am free."