Photo Flash: Kristin Chenoweth Talks Return to Broadway, 'Wicked' Film & More on Bravo
Would Kristin Chenoweth consider playing Peter Pan in the upcoming NBC musical? Bravo's Andy Cohen aimed to find out when the actress appeared on last night's show. Later, Chenoweth talks about whether she'll be in the "Wicked" movie, plus what she thought about John Travolta's "Adele Dazeem" flub at the Oscars. Check out photos from last night's appearance below!
Best known on-stage for creating the role of Glinda in the original Broadway production of Wicked, Kristin Chenoweth is one of Broadway's most celebrated stars. The actress lends her voice in the upcoming animated film, Rio 2 and will be appearing in concert at New York's Carnegie Hall on May 3rd.
Chenoweth's TV credits include The West Wing, Pushing Daisies and GCB. She has been a recurring guest star onGlee as April Rhodes and recently appeared on the show's milestone 100th episode.
Chenoweth has also garnered a multitude of awards, including Broadway's coveted Tony Award for her performance as Sally Brown in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1999), and an Emmy Award for her role in Pushing Daisies in 2009. She most recently appeared on Broadway opposite Sean Hayes in the revival of Promises, Promises.
Chenoweth has also taken the stage off-Broadway in Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Stairway to Paradise, The Apple Tree, Candide, Earth Girls Are Easy, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, A New Brain, Strike Up the Band, Scapin, Box Office of the Damned, The Fantasticks and more.
"Watch What Happens Live" is Bravo's late-night, interactive talk show that features guests from the WORLD of entertainment, politics and pop culture. Hosted by Andy Cohen, the series includes lively debates on everything from fashion, the latest on everyone's favorite "Bravolebrities" and to what celebrity is making headlines that week.
Past guests who have joined Cohen in the Bravo Club house include Sarah Jessica Parker, Tina Fey, Iman, Liam Neeson, Kelly Ripa, Jimmy Fallon, Anderson Cooper, Molly Shannon, Matthew Broderick and Lance Bass.
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