“Hello, to each of the households around the world, I am pleased and honored to be part of this Disney family,” Beyoncé, that uttered Nala from the live-action movie of Disney’s The Lion King, started.
She then committed her digital operation on the specific, which was performed in partnership with Feeding America and hosted by Ryan Seacrest, to the healthcare workers, that are devoting their lives to resist the spread of their coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“I’d love to dedicate to all the healthcare employees who have been working tirelessly to keep us safe and healthy,” Bey clarified before beginning her rendition of”When You Wish Upon a Star,” including,”We greatly appreciate you”
LISTEN: Beyonce performs "When You Wish Upon a Star" and dedicates the song to health care workers.
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The existence of this”Lion King” celebrity, 38, at the Ryan-Seacrest-hosted series, wasn’t shown beforehand. The unique, which featured celebrities broadcasting their renditions of classic Disney fare from quarantine, also had on its own marquee Christina Aguilera, Michael Bublé, Kristin Chenoweth, Luke Evans, Josh Gad, and John Stamos — among others — and had been aimed at increasing awareness for charity Feeding America.