Broadway’s behind Hillary Clinton! Lots of stars from The Great White Way and many A-listers alike teamed up on Monday night for the Stronger Together musical event to raise money for the Hillary Victory Fund.
The evening’s festivities were hosted by Billy Crystal and there were performances from Hamiltonstars Lin-Manuel Miranda and Renee Elise Goldsberry, Sarah Jessica Parker and Andrea McArdle, Anne Hathaway and Kelli O’Hara, Emily Blunt, Josh Groban, Sara Bareilles, Neil Patrick Harris, Hugh Jackman, Matthew Broderick, and Barbra Streisand and Jamie Fox.
Other celebs in attendance included Julia Roberts, Angela Bassett, Lena Dunham, Ansel Elgort, Alan Cumming, Chelsea Clinton, Helen Mirren, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jon Hamm, Sarah Paulson, and Uzo Aduba.
The event was livestreamed to fans from the St. James Theatre in NYC.
Miranda and Goldsberry teamed up for a revised version of their hit musical’s song “Ten Duel Commandments.”
“Number one, you register to vote and it’s on. You post that Hillary sign up on your lawn. Number two, Call some undecideds with your crew, your cousins in Ohio, maybe try to flip them blue,” the pair rapped.
Parker and McArdle belted out an impressive rendition of “Tomorrow” from Annie, while Les Miserables star Hathaway and Broadway legend O’Hara teamed up to sing “Happy Days Are Here Again.”
Check out some photos and videos from the event below:
#sarabareilles sings "Brave" at the #broadwayforhillary #fundraiser (and global live stream), October 17, 2016 – St. James Theatre, NYC. || 📸: me. || #strongertogether #imwithher #livestream #livephoto #iphonephotography #fiercefemales #girlpower #womenempowerment #supporteachother #celebrateeachother #uplifteachother #love #heart #riseup
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