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Todrick Hall Does It Again With Cinderonce´

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The same creative mind that brought us “Beauty and the Beat” returns with an unfrogettable version of Cinderalla entitled Cinderonce´ using the music of Beyonce´ to tell the classic fairytale. The mastermind behind it all, Todrick Hall, is clearly a Beyonce´ fan, having done a flash mob in Target to her song ‘End of Time’, to which the acclaim of the international superstar.

Cinderonce´ takes things to the next level. In this sure to go viral video you’ll hear the voice of Beyonce´ sing hits like “Halo” & “Love On Top” as well as take it back to previous albums. You’ll also hear the voice of Mr. Hall himself as he plays the Prince in this interesting remake of a classic. Don’t let us spoil it watch it below

Cinderonce by Todrick Hall

Summer Tour Tickets: Follow Todrick: STARRING Tiffany Daniels as Cinderonce Unterrio Edwards AKA Mia Fierce as Anastasia Miles Jai as Drizella Vonzell Solomon as The Evil Stepmother Todrick Hall as Prince Charming Shangela as The Fairy Dragmother Joshua Allen as The Duke

While you’re at it, check out our other favorites by him “The Wizard of Ahhhhs” and aother Cinderella story titled “Cinderfella”. Watch them down below and follow Todrick on twitter and instagram. @toddyrockstar is the name on both platforms!

The Wizard of Ahhhs by Todrick Hall ft. Pentatonix

Summer Tour Tickets: Buy on iTunes: Follow Todrick: My newest project, The Wizard of Ahhhs featuring the INCREDIBLE group Pentatonix. Also check out Pentatonix’s social media and show them some love, @PTXOfficial on Youtube, Facebook, and Instagram!

“CinderFella” by Todrick Hall (Follow @toddyrockstar on Instagram and Twitter)

Follow @toddyrockstar on Instagram! Please subscribe to my main YouTube channel: I wanted to tell this famous fairy tale in a new and innovative way, combining familiar top 40’s songs with classic Disney melodies. This story speaks volumes and I think that love is as classic as this fairy tale.

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Tituss Burgess Has New Music, A New Movie, & No Time For Mess + The Preacher’s Wife Musical Update

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Tituss Burgess' Saint Tituss EP cover
Tituss Burgess' Saint Tituss EP cover

On Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Tituss Burgess gave us an update on his musical adaptation of the 1996 movie, The Preacher’s Wife – starring Denzel Washington and Whitney Houston. On the late-night talk show, a viewer called in to ask if there had been any updates regarding the show and Burgess shared that:

“ We are very close to signing with a hot-shot producer in New York, which means that the show is closer to appearing in London or here. But there’s also a recent development which could delay it for the better. You’ll find out about it later”

So not only do we know that the musical is still on its way to bless us, but there is an announcement about the show on the way! If you ask me, this is incredibly exciting. Tituss Burgess’ career has gone from stage to screen, and his abilities as an actor and singer are undeniable. Knowing that we are closer to seeing his skills as a musical theatre composer is mad exciting. Watch a clip from the interview above.

While we wait for The Preacher’s Wife Musical, listen to Burgess’ newly released EP Saint Tituss. Burgess sings his face off as he skillfully talks about issues that are personal and political — all while wrapping things up with a joyous celebration of resilience as positivity. He also has two songs that feature Daniel J. Watts including the single 45

St. Tituss is available on Spotify, apple music, and other streaming platforms.

He also has a new movie on the way. “Dolemite Is My Name” starring Eddie Murphy along with Burgess, Mike Epps, Chris Rock, & more will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. A national release date has not been set as of yet but is sure to be on its way.


While discussing the new movie during the same interview, Cohen asked Burgess about his relationship with Murphy. The way Cohen presented the question insinuates there might have been a problem between the two because of a ‘problematic past with the gays’ on Murphy’s part. The response given by Burgess is swift and loaded with “you tried it, but you won’t get me”:

“He wasn’t problematic for Tituss. We had a wonderful time. We talked about Dreamgirls and he should have won the Oscasr, I believe. He was great. Any troubles he may have had with gay people I guess are gone because he loved me.”

It is the following facial expression and the interaction that comes afterward that makes live television great. You can see Burgess say something to someone off-camera which leads Cohen to ask what he’s saying. Burgess replies with a soon-to-be iconic response to everything: “Keep going, girl. Do your show.”

and this is why we live.

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Amber Riley & MJ Rodriguez Will Star in Little Shop of Horrors

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Amber Riley and Mj Rodriguez

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Olivier Award winner for her portrayal of Effie White in London’s West End production of DreamgirlsAmber Riley (Dreamgirls UK) and Pose star Mj Rodriguez will star in a reimagined production of Little Shop of Horrors at Pasadena Playhouse in California.

Riley will take on the iconic voice of Audrey II while Rodriguez will star as Audrey alongside George Salazar (Be More Chill) as Seymour.

The show will run from Sept. 17-Oct. 20 with an official opening set for Sept. 25.

Little Shop of Horrors is considered a classic. It’s a horror-comedy rock musical with music by Alan Menken and lyrics and a book by Howard Ashman. The story follows a hapless florist shop worker who raises a plant that feeds on human blood and flesh. It debuted Off-Broadway in 1982 and the movie version of 1986 introduced the world to young talents of Gina and Pam Tisha Campell and Tichina Arnold.

Directed by Mike Donahue, the design team includes scenic design by Dane Laffrey; costume design by Danae McQueen; lighting design by Josh Epstein; sound design by Veronika Vorel; and choreography and puppet design by Sean Cawelti.

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