Adele And The Cast Of LES MISERABLES To Hit The Stage On Oscar Night!

Get ready, Oscars, you are about to be rocked One of music’s biggest stars will be performing on Hollywood’s biggest night.

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Get ready, Oscars, you are about to be rocked by some of the biggest names in music and movies!

Access Hollywood is reporting that Adele has officially signed on to perform her Oscar nominated James Bond theme, “Skyfall” live at the 85th Annual Academy Awards in a few weeks.

The performance will mark the first time the Grammy winning soul singer has performed the song, written by her and Paul Epworth, anywhere live.  It’ll also be the first time the 24-year-old has appeared on US television since the Grammys last year.

Adele voiced her excitement to Access Hollywood in a statement:

“It’s an honor to be nominated, and terrifyingly wonderful to be singing in front of people who have captured my imagination over and over again…It’s something I’ve never experienced and probably only ever will once!”

lesmispremiereAAPAnd if Adele is not enough star power for you, it is also being rumored that the cast of LES MISERABLES may grace the stage with a song, or even a full medley!

Samantha Barks, who plays Eponine in the Tom Hooper-directed movie, reportedly told Britain’s Daily Mail that she was in talks to join Best Actor nominee Hugh Jackman, Best Supporting Actress nominee Anne Hathaway, Eddie Redmayne, Amanda Seyfried and more at the event, where they will sing one of the show’s standout songs.  ( “One Day More”/“Do You Hear the People Sing” seem like the greatest possibilities…).

No official announcement has been made yet, but we will keep you updated as this story develops, and make sure you catch all the Oscar action on February 24 at 8PM!

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