Meryl Streep And Her Girlfriends Singing In Their Bathrobes While Sipping Cocktails Is A Monday Mood

Matt Bagwell
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Meryl Streep And Her Girlfriends Singing In Their Bathrobes While Sipping Cocktails Is A Monday Mood
Meryl Streep And Her Girlfriends Singing In Their Bathrobes While Sipping Cocktails Is A Monday Mood

If you’ve found that you’re spending a lot more time in your PJs/dressing gown/onesie (delete as applicable) of late, possibly with an alcoholic beverage in hand, then you’re in very good company.

On Sunday night, three stage and screen legends – Meryl Streep, Mamma Mia! actress Christine Baranski and Broadway star Audra McDonald – were doing just that whilst treating us all to a sing-song as part of a virtual concert in tribute to the legendary composer Stephen Sondheim, on his 90th birthday.

A whole host of Broadway stars came together to perform, but it was the trio’s rendition of Ladies Who Lunch from Sondheim’s Company that stole the show.

It really does redefine the word camp.

The virtual Take Me To The World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration event will benefit youth in underserved communities in the US.

You can watch the entire event below. Meryl, Christina and Audra’s Zoom video begins around the 1 hour 58 minute mark.

Is it too early for a Cocktail?

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