As previously reported, he fills the role of the bird Roberto, the ex-boyfriend of Jewel, the macaw voiced by Anne Hathaway. In the clip, the two are reunited, and Roberto is clearly happy to see her again.
Roberto sings, “Can you feel what I feel/The day is coming fast/Our precious Jewel has returned/I’ll be the first to sing welcome back.”
In the sequel, Jewel and her husband, fellow macaw Blu, decide to leave behind their big city life in Rio de Janeiro and head to the Amazon rainforest. The film, which also features the voices of Jesse Eisenberg, JamieFoxx, Tracy Morgan, Andy Garcia, and Kristen Chenoweth, opens April 11.
Columbia RecordsThe 100th episode of Glee is a two-part extravaganza, airing March 18 and March 25, and of course, a soundtrack album is being prepped to go with it.
The album Glee: The Music Celebrating 100 Episodes will be available exclusively at Target on March 25. The disc includes brand-new songs from the episode, as well as new versions of Glee favorites from seasons past. Among them: “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Raise Your Glass,” “Toxic” and “Defying Gravity.”
Featured on the album is a version of the Pharrell Williams song “Happy” sung by Gwyneth Paltrow who’s returning to the show as Holly Holliday, and Kristen Chenoweth, who’s returning as April Rhodes.
In addition, nearly every member of the original cast is returning and is featured on the album, including Dianna Agron, who plays Quinn, and Heather Morris, who plays Brittany.
Here’s the track listing for the new soundtrack:
“Keep Holding On”* featuring Mark Salling (Puck) “Valerie”* featuring Naya Rivera (Santana) and Heather Morris (Brittany) “Defying Gravity”* featuring Lea Michele (Rachel), Chris Colfer (Kurt) and Amber Riley (Mercedes) “Raise Your Glass”* featuring Matthew Morrison (Will) and Kristin Chenoweth (April) “Toxic”* featuring Naya Rivera (Santana), Heather Morris (Brittany) and Dianna Agron (Quinn) “Happy” featuring Gwyneth Paltrow (Holly), …read more
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