Bruce Springsteen stole the Tony's, much as he has stolen Broadway over the last year with his wildly successful and critically acclaimed show, Springsteen on Broadway.

Sunday, Bruce received a special Tony – presented by Billy Joel – at the 72nd Annual Tony Awards.

Springsteen returned later to do a spoken work version of his song "My Hometown", introduced by actor Robert De Niro, who cursed President Trump, causing CBS to bleep him.

Springsteen on Broadway debuted at the Walter Kerr Theatre last October. The initial run was supposed to last just over a month, but the show is now scheduled to wrap this December. In all, Springsteen will have played 236 shows during his Walter Kerr residency.

Here's video of Bruce's live Tony's performance...