Stevie Wonder performing with the Jonas Brothers at this year's Grammy Awards. (Getty Images)
The Detroit News was flooded with Wonderlove from readers who entered our Stevie Wonder Contest to win passes to today's screening of Wonder's first-ever live DVD, "Live at Last," at the Emagine Theater in Canton Township or copies of the DVD itself.
The "Live at Last" DVD and Blu-ray, available at retail on Monday, document Wonder's dazzling two-night London stand on his "Wonder's Summer Night" concert tour last year.
The theater showing of "Live at Last" is a one-night-only event tonight in select cities across the country.
Only two readers got all the answers right because of one tricky question: How tall was Stevie when he recorded "I Was Made To Love Her"? The answer is: "knee high to a chicken," which is in the lyrics to the song. (For the rest of the answers, see box).
If you got that one wrong, you're in good company, only three readers answered it correctly.
Donna Walker of Livonia was one of them. Walker said her day wasn't going so well until she got the news that she was one of the two Detroit News readers (Roxanne Westover of Hazel Park was the other) with a perfect score, to receive a copy of the "Live at Last" DVD.
Detroit News/detnews.com readers who won two passes each to the Emagine Theater's special screening of the Wonder film are Joy Jordan of Romulus, Karen Palmer of Detroit, Daniel Spencer of Walled Lake and Kevin Tolbert of Detroit.
If you didn't win, the tickets are $10 for tonight's exclusive screening of "Live at Last." The Emagine Theater is at 39535 Ford Road. Call (734) 721-3456