Queen Latifah lands part as ‘Ursula’ in Disney’s The Little Mermaid Live’.

There has been so much drama and commotion with the latest news from Disney about their upcoming remake of ‘The Little Mermaid’. Since the popular red haired character has been given to singer and protege of Beyonce Knowles, “Hailey Bailey”, there has been a lot of people who were upset that she was chosen because she is African American. With opinions and racial remarks going as far as people creating hate groups regarding the matter on Facebook, this positive news is right on time. Queen Latifah landing this part was already what a lot of people were hoping for, and it is exciting to know that Disney producers were listening in. Queen Latifah is no rookie when it comes to singing in musicals ever since she stole the show in the classic 2007 drama ‘Hairspray”. The movie was about a pleasantly plump teenager Tracy Turnblad, who teaches 1962 Baltimore a thing or two about integration. Queen Latifah has a dynamic vocal category and is a fabulous singer. The Grammy winning artist recently tweeted “Fortunately I know a little magic” . Excited to be part of the Wonderful World of Disney Presents The Little Mermaid Live! #Ursula #The LittleMermaid #Team SeaWitch ” twitter @iamqueenlatifah 


The Little Mermaid will come to ABC as a live musical stated to air November 5th at 8p.m. Et. The production was produced by Done+Dusted. Other names said to star in this much anticipated drama are “Moana” star Auli’i Cravalho as Ariel and singer Shaggy, as Sebastian. The special will feature music from the original animated film as well. We will be setting our calendars here at the blog for this note-worthy dope performance. 


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