Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel reunite to sing emotional song for musical 'A Very Wicked Halloween'

Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel hosted the Halloween special which marked the 15th anniversary of the hit musical.


                            Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel reunite to sing emotional song for musical 'A Very Wicked Halloween'

Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel who are the original stars of the hit Broadway show titled 'Wicked' were seen reuniting on stage for NBC's musical called 'A Very Wicked Halloween' and celebrating its 15th anniversary. 

The audience was very moved as the two stars shared a magical moment while singing 'For Good' which is about two main characters realizing just how much their lives have changed "for the better" ever since meeting each other. Fifty-year-old Chenoweth and 47-year-old Menzel were previously seen together in the year 2016 when the pair performed a duet from the show for the first time after the 2004 Tony Awards. 



 

As reported by People, Menzel shared that she still feels very connected to the show. Speaking of returning, Menzel shared, "It feels profound. It’s an honor to have this opportunity to commemorate Wicked, but it also forces you to look back on your life and see what the experience has taught you, where you’ve come from, what your journey’s been like … I feel very emotional and reflective". 

The two ladies were seen holding hands as they sang about sisterhood and friendship on stage and even Chenoweth was seen getting a bit teary-eyed. Before Chenoweth and Menzel sang 'For Good', the two were co-hosting the special show and ended on a very high and memorable note. 



 

'Wicked' opened on Broadway in the year 2003 on October 30 and went on to become a huge cultural phenomenon. It also won several prestigious awards including 100 international awards and three Tonys. It also earned an estimated  $4.6 billion in global sales given their performances in around 100 cities and 16 countries around the world. Around 55 million people have had the opportunity to see the show worldwide.