Watch Meryl Streep and Mariah Carey guest star in ‘Focus Focus’ Reunion

Watch Meryl Streep and Mariah Carey guest star in 'Focus Focus' Reunion

And Meryl Streep Mariah Carey This weekend includes guest appearances Focus Focus Reunion.

It takes place on Friday (October 30), In Search of the Sanderson Sisters: A Focus Focus Hulawin Takeover Beth Middleler’s New York Rehabilitation Project benefited from fundraising for environmental and social justice.

The event was announced in September to replace the Midler’s regular annual Hulaven fundraising gala, as it was canceled Coronavirus Infectious disease.

Middler and she Focus Focus Coasters Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimi reunited in a virtual, one-night documentary-style event featuring sorceress brothers Winnie, Sarah and Mary Sanderson, respectively.

Several celebrities joined the cast for the reunion, including Maria Carrie, who answered Winnie’s door. “Well, Winnie Sanderson is looking for a candy bar,” Carrie said. “I got news for you girl – Halloween is over, so scatter!”

She added: “Now it’s my turn, get out!” Her Christmas holiday song ‘All I Want for Christmas’ plays in the background.

At the event, Middler’s Reconstruction Project tweeted: “Incredible Meryl Streep describes an extraordinary encounter with Winifred Sanderson during the shooting of ‘Into the Woods’ on our #NYRPHulaween Sanderson Sisters Mocumentary, playing her Academy Award-winning self.”

Glenn Klose also reunited, playing the character of Cruella de Will from the 1996 live-action. 101 Dalmatians.

Billy Crystal, Jamie Lee Curtis, Samantha Diaz, Todrick Hall, Jennifer Hudson, Angela Johnson-Reyes, Michael Kors, husband Lance Lepre, Adam LambertAlso appearing were George Lopez, Alex Moffat, Vince Shaw, Martin Short, Sarah Silverman, Kenan Thompson, Sophie von Hazelberg and Bella Hadid. Variety.

Meanwhile, the real cast has been confirmed by Middler Focus Focus Will be reuniting in the upcoming sequel that Disney is planning.

The news comes after it was reported last year that the studio’s streaming service Disney + was being followed up by the 1993 cult film. Soon after, Sarah Jessica-Parker, who starred in the film alongside Middler and Kathy Najimi, said that everyone agreed to star in the proposed sequel.

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