Things are about to get dirty.
The great white way, indeed!
The House of Mouse announced the news on Twitter Tuesday afternoon that the Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell movie will be getting the musical treatment for a Broadway run slated for Spring 2018, with pre-shows the Summer of 2017, saying:
There's nothing we want more than for Idina and Kristen to come back as Elsa and Anna, and to be honest, we could totally see that happening!
We don't know too much else, other than that Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez will be providing music and lyrics, with a book by Jennifer Lee… but this is officially the best news of 2016!!!
Do you wanna win a Tony?
[Image via Disney.]
All that work for nothing!
But apparently, someone forgot to tell Drizzy himself!
Shortly after the ad, the Hotline Bling rapper took to Twitter to crush everyone's dreams confirming that he will NOT be performing at Monday's ceremony, saying:
This is so exciting!
The Grammys are all about honoring those who've made sweet, sweet music and so it comes as no surprise that 2016's MusiCares Person of the Year is Lionel Richie!
While that's AH-Mazing news by itself, we've got another exciting announcement because it was revealed on Tuesday that Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor, John Legend, and Luke Bryan are all set to perform a tribute to Richie at the awards show on Monday.
The four artists will unite to salute the All Night Long singer as they perform several classic Lionel songs!
Not only that, but the 66-year-old will
We're only a week away from the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, and CBS is still adding new performers to their already-impressive lineup.
We thought we were being treated to musical royalty when we found out that Adele, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Lady GaGa, and Nicki Minaj were just some of the acts performing throughout the night, but the latest news out of the awards show is simply incredible!
It was announced on Sunday that none other than Taylor herself will be opening the Grammys next Monday!
But that's not even the best part — according to the press release, Tay Tay will be performing a song off of 1989 that she's never done on live TV before.
That really limits the possibilities! It could be Wildest Dreams, All You Had to Do Was Stay, How You Get the Girl, BUT…
We're putting our money on a dark horse possibility: the upbeat New Romantics!
Make sure to catch Taylor open the Grammys — and find out if we're right — on Monday, February 15 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS!
[Image via Grammys/Twitter.]