Now that’s how you SLAY a showtune!!
The 2015 Tony Awards were filled with large musical numbers, lengthy acceptance speeches, and Hollywood A-Listers. Helen Mirren, stop acting like you didn’t already win an Oscar for the exact same role back in 2006! WE KID!
Seriously, please tell us you didn’t miss Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming dressing in drag as this year’s co-hosts?! You did?!
Well no need to fret — we have all the top theatrically-perfect moments from last night’s affair! Be sure to do your vocal warm ups. LOLz!
Neil Patrick Harris, who?! Kristin and Alan were pitch perfect in their show-stopping opening number at the Tony’s!
BONUS: Shakespeare + musical numbers = PERFECTION! The cast of Something Rotten performed A Musical with nominees Brian d’Arcy James and Brad Oscar!
The cast of The King and I revived a classic with ├óΓé¼ΓÇ£ Getting to Know You and Shall We Dance? featuring Tony winner Kelli O’Hara, nominee Ken Watanabe, and winner Ruthie Ann Miles!
Hello sailor!! The cast of On the Town scored with a medley of Lonely Town, New York, New York, and Times Square Ballet with nominee Tony Yazbeck!
LOVES it! Actor Tommy Tune, was honored as this year’s Tony lifetime achievement honoree — but not before a little song and dance number from the show’s co-hosts.
Vanessa Hudgens is in High School Musical no more! This former Disney darling might not have won a Tony but she surely won audiences with her bubbly performance of The Night They Invented Champagne! The number also featured Corey Cott and nominee Victoria Clark.
Tissues, anyone?! The cast of Fun Home inspired the nation with their performance of Ring of Keys — featuring nominees Sydney Lucas, Michael Cerveris, and Beth Malone!
Did we just travel back in time?? The cast of On the Twentieth Century performed a FIERCE medley of Life is Like a Train, On the 20th Century, I’ve Got It All and Babette, featuring the show’s blonde co-host!
An American In Paris‘ medley of An American in Paris (pas de deux), S’ Wonderful, and I’ve Got Rhythm left us wanting brie, baguettes, and boys! The number featured nominees Leanne Cope, Robert Fairchild, Brandon Uranowitz, and Max von Essen!
Just beautiful! The cast of The Visit performed Love and Love Alone and I Would Never Leave You with nominee Chita Rivera!
Who’s Josh Groban, honey PUH-LEASE?! Uh, we don’t think you’re ready for this baritone’s In Memoriam performance.
YASS QUEEN! The cast of It Shoulda Been You slayed in a HIGHlarious performance of Jenny’s Blues with Lisa Howard and nominee Tyne Daly!
OH WHAT A NIGHT! In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the hit musical (and average film) Jersey Boys closed out the night with the show’s hit number!
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