The cast of “The Lion King” are doing their part to fight AIDS. On Monday, the cast will light up the stage in a one-night event to perform “Dirty Blonde” to benefit the AIDS Partnership Michigan and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, according to a Mar. 1 Detroit News report.
A departure from “The Lion King,” Mark David Kaplan, who plays character Zazu in the epic Disney show takes on the “bawdy” drama about Mae West and two adoring fans. The play will take place in the Century Theatre at 333 Madison St., Detroit.
But that’s not all the news on “The Lion King.” The show inspired “American Idol” contestant Zoanette Johnson, who nailed a performance of the “The Circle of Life” from “The Lion King.” According to the Inquisitr, that performance may have given the singer front runner status on the hit reality television show.
Her performance brought the judges to their feet, with Mariah Carey telling the rising star that her spirit is “too big to be contained.”
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