DEF LEPPARD: Video Footage Of 'Today Show' Performance Posted Online

Video footage of DEF LEPPARD performing the songs "Pour Some Sugar On Me" and "No Matter What" live on NBC's "Today Show" on Friday (May 27) in front of the NBC Studios at the Rockefeller Plaza in New York City has been posted online at MSNBC.com. Check out photos of LEPPARD's performance at Yahoo! and Wire Image.

DEF LEPPARD revealed on Wednesday night's (May 25) edition of "Rockline" (download mp3 of interview) that they have wrapped up a three-day video shoot for "No Matter What". Along with the shoot, the band have spent the last few days rehearsing, doing press for print and TV media and shooting footage for their new greatest-hits DVD to be released later this year.

In other news, DEF LEPPARD's "Rock of Ages: The Definitive Collection" sold 11,900 copies in Canada in its first week of release to debut at No. 3 on the national album chart.

(Thanks: The Def Leppard Satellite Of Love)

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