Neil Diamond — Awkward Moment With Chick Who Inspired 'Sweet Caroline'

Neil Diamond has said "Sweet Caroline" was inspired by a photo of a 4-year-old Caroline Kennedy — hence the awkward laughter when Caroline recited the line, "touching me, touching you" back at the singer during the Kennedy Center Honors event last

Kennedy Center Honors includes a sing-along to Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline.' Meryl Streep, Sonny Rollins, Yo-Yo Ma and Barbara Cook are also hono.

After celebrating his past with an assortment of honors and the new retrospective "The Very Best of Neil Diamond — The Original Studio Recordings," some new music awaits Diamond on the other side of a greatest hits tour slated for next

From left, Neil Diamond, Meryl Streep and Yo-Yo Ma were among the Kennedy Center honorees. Photo credit: John Paul Filo/CBS “NCIS” was a rerun Tuesday, but it was still the most-watched broadcast with 12.5 million viewers. The two-hour Kennedy Center

27, Smokey Robinson paid tribute to one of the night's honorees, Neil Diamond, by singing his hit “Sweet Caroline.” During the performance, Robinson was.