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Tony Award-winning actress and certified wig snatcher, Heather Headley, currently having us all protect our edges in The Color Purple, celebrated her Sardi’s caricature unveiling with co-stars  Cynthia Erivo, Danielle Brooks and many more August 9. All we can say here is ABOUT DAMN TIME.


@heatherheadley makes her Sardi’s debut! @bwaycolorpurple

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Why you ask? I mean check her credentials.

Heather earned a Tony Award in 2000 for her performance in Aida and before that she originated the role of Nala (key word ORIGINATED) in The Lion King in her Broadway debut.  She then went on to pursue a music career, releasing her debut album This Is Who I Am in 2002 and later earning a Grammy for her 2009 album Audience of One.

In 2012, she made her London stage debut in the West End production of The Bodyguard, for which she was nominated for an Olivier Award. After a 16-year absence from the Broadway stage, the queen blessed us with her talents once more joining the cast of The Color Purple in May, taking over for the revivals original Shug Avery, Jennifer Hudson. A move that was a blessing, because seeing her and Cynthia sing “What About Love?” is  spiritual experience we didn’t know we needed.

And because we’re in the spirit of giving, go ahead and buy your tickets to The Color Purple here.

And because we’re feeling extra, extra nice get your life watching Heather singing “Memory” from Cats below. You are welcome.

Heather Headley – Memory (Andrew Lloyd Webber – 40 Musical Years)

Heather Headley singing ‘Memory’ from the musical Cats for ‘Andrew Lloyd Webber – 40 Musical Years’ TV Special


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