Video: Bette Midler – Color Of Roses – TV Series

The “Color of Roses” episode is from Bette Midler’s self-titled TV series “Bette,” which aired in 2000. In this episode, Bette agrees to let Oscar produce the song he’s written for her, but she struggles to stay focused in the recording studio. Meanwhile, Roy unknowingly eats some “special” brownies, and Connie bonds with ‘N Sync, who are recording an album down the hall.

The episode is known for featuring various performances of the song “Color of Roses,” written by Beth Nielsen Chapman and Matt Rollings. Bette Midler performs different song variations throughout the episode, driving her producer, James Dreyfus, to frustration with all the other versions before finally revealing the first performance at the end.

This episode, which has a runtime of approximately 30 minutes, showcases Bette Midler’s comedic talent and musical versatility, making it a memorable part of the series. It originally aired on November 15, 2000.

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