Their Spanish lyrics are giving this song some sabor.
There has been a lot of talk about the real-life “Beauty and the Beast” movie that hit theaters March 17. People have thrown a lot of their own creative talents and energy at making fun tributes to the movie, including mitú’s mariachi rendition of “Beauty and the Beast.” Now, aspiring musician Cristina Quinones and Johnny Ice took the song to the next level and gifted the world with a Spanish-language remix of the timeless classic. The duo start the song in English and add their own riffs and vocal stylings to make it their own. But at about 1:48, they switch the language and the song remains just a beautiful, if not more so. If you are a Disney fan who loves to see their culture represented, this video is for you.
“I was running slow motion across the park just to get to him.”
Last week, Oscar Award-winning actor Charlize Theron, who is currently starring in “The Fate of The Furious,” dropped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to talk about Easter traditions and to taste a few mystery-flavored Peeps candies. During their conversation, Kimmel mentioned he was skeptical about a claim Guillermo made about Theron. According to Kimmel, the charming security guard said Theron, who is always friendly with Guillermo on red carpets, hugged and kissed him once when they ran into each other at a park. When Kimmel asked Theron about it, she confirmed it was all true, telling Kimmel that she had a “fan moment” when she saw Guillermo across the park. After running over to greet him, Theron says Guillermo was acting “real cool” while hanging out with a bunch of dads. Guillermo said the rest of the dads couldn’t believe he had so much game — most of them didn’t even realize who Theron was.