That. Just. Happened!
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It's like a scene straight out of Pitch Perfect!
The Bridesmaids alum revealed that she saw a Swedish group called Erato perform Robyn's Call Your Girlfriend while hitting butter tubs — like Anna Kendrick does in Cups — on YouTube a few years ago, and has been working on perfecting that cover ever since!
Well, with a little help from the Easy A actress, Miz Rudolph was finally able to make that dream come true on her late-night show with Martin Short!
The dynamic duo flawlessly performed the a capella rendition of the electropop hit, and it's honestly amazing!
Seriously, Maya SLAYED those harmonies, and Emma sure has some pretty pipes! Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
Love is the best medicine!
Since the horrible mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando almost two weeks ago, there has been a ton of support for the victims — and Broadway is making sure they're contributing as much as possible!
Some pretty major names, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Whoopi Goldberg, and Kristen Bell, recently came together to record a cover of Burt Bacharach and Hal David's classic song What the World Needs Now is Love to benefit the Orlando shooting victims and on Tuesday they released their track!
Well now we have even better news as Maya Rudolph and Martin Short had some of the song's performers — Sean Hayes, Megan Hilty, Rosie Perez, and Michael Cerveris — perform the track live on their new show Maya & Marty on Tuesday night!
In a shared message at the begging of the video, the stars expressed their deep feelings of sadness saying:
"All of us in the Broadway community are deeply saddened by the senseless tragedy that occurred in Orlando. We send our love and support and thoughts and prayers to everyone impacted by this act of violence and hate."
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly inspirational performance (below) and don't forget to snag What the World Needs Now is Love on iTunes to help benefit the LGBT Center of Central Florida!
Leave it to Miley Cyrus to do a gender-bending performance!
On Tuesday, Maya & Marty premiered its first episode where Maya Rudolph and Martin Short left us in stitches with highlarious sketches and bits.
However, what truly was the icing on the cake was the 23-year-old's musical segment!
The We Can't Stop singer started off with a cover of Leonard Cohen's I'm Your Man wearing an extremely masculine suit. Then, she took off her pants and performed Peggy Lee's I'm A Woman with Rudolph herself!
But the fun didn't end there! The former Hannah Montana actress also starred in a sketch parodying the children's book Goodnight Moon!
Miz Cyrus knows how to turn heads, and to put on an Ah-Mazing show!
To see the awesomeness, ch-ch-check it out (above and below)!
If we can't have Ellen, she's the next best thing!
Sadly DeGeneres couldn't make the NBCUniversal Upfront at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Monday — which is why she sent McKinnon in her place!
On Tuesday's show, D'Angelo took the stage with Prince cover band Princess – made up of Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum — for an emotional performance of Sometimes It Snows in April.
With the entire stage draped in purple lighting, D'Angelo played the keyboard as Rudolph and Lieberum sang the backup harmonies on the 1986 track.
During the song, the R&B star changed the original lyrics to send a special message to the late icon, singing:
"I often dream of heaven and I know that Prince is there."
Ch-ch-check out the touching tribute (below):
The funny woman's cover band, Princess, went fully serious on Saturday night at a gig in Austin, Texas, paying tribute to the legend in the most perfect and meaningful way!
Playing at the Paramount Theatre for the annual Moontower Comedy and Oddity Festival, Rudolph's band walked out for a very purple-tinted cover of the late superstar, with the front woman saying:
The upcoming film Angry Birds already boasts quite an impressive cast.
Now, it looks like yet another A-lister is flying into the coop!
It's been reported that Sean Penn has joined the cast of the animated film to play a large red bird named Terrence!
Don't expect to hear too much of the Oscar-winner's voice in the film based on the video game of the same name because Terrence only communicates through a series of grunts and growls.
Sounds like a pretty easy paycheck — the 55-year-old can literally do that in his sleep! LOLz
Even though we won't be hearing any riveting dialogue from Penn, we're sure he will grunt and groan with serious conviction!
Hear the actor's vocal samplings when Angry Birds hits theaters on May 20!
[Image via Michael Wright/WENN.]