The original cast of High School Musicalone of the most profitable products of Disney, will meet this coming Thursday, April 16 to participate in a special solidarity organized by the ABC.
Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman and Lucas Grabeel will interpret together the song “We’re All In This Together” as part of a program that versionará some of the classic music of Disney with the help of Ariana Grande, Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato.
This highly anticipated reunion will have to occur, of course, by resorting to the new technologies, not so much because of the busy schedules of the performers, but for ensuring safety measures during the current pandemic.
In fact, the funds raised will go to various charities that are providing food to families going through a difficult time financially.
The great doubt until the last moment had been if Zac Efron, the old protagonist along with your ex Vanessa Hudgens of the story set in your institute, would be willing to join his former castmates.
‘We don’t get to get in contact with him until very late, but when it finally did, we said at once’, he said Kenny Ortega, director of the three films, in a statement to Deadline.
‘Everyone said yes very quick, and the public notice from their homes by the manner in which you have joined. They know that it is a unique opportunity to encourage the people’.
‘We’re All In This Together’ has become a kind of hymn non-official during the crisis of the coronavirus and has been the soundtrack to many viral videos on social networks.
The idea of using that song as a hymn to the unity and cooperation emerged in the beginning of the actress Ashley Tisdale, in charge of giving life in its moment to the unforgettable character of Sharpay, who was recorded singing in your home during the period of isolation, and gave him a second life.
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