For those who wondered if Sheryl Lee Ralph lip-synced during her Super Bowl performance, here’s her reaction. does that matter? No, thanks. “
The Emmy Award-winning actress and singer commented: hollywood reporter Followed by a performance of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” on Sunday (February 12) at the State Farm Arena in Glendale, Arizona.
She said she felt positive after the performance. So you know God must be female,” said Ralph.
“Really great, great,” she continued. “And the way people came back was, ‘Girls, you made it look like you were going to make the pre-show halftime,'” she said. They said, ‘Costume. Wardrobe. Hair.
The 66-year-old entertainer performed the black national anthem on February 12, 1900, the same day it was first performed in public 123 years ago.
“Abbott Elementary School Held in Philadelphia. My husband is a Senator from Philadelphia.And this year the Eagles [went] “To the Super Bowl — I was already picked to sing,” she said. After Ralph struck the final note, the camera panned to her. Abbott Elementary School Co-creators Quinta Branson and Lisa Ann Walter proudly cheered her on.
“It’s absolute magic because Quinta literally chose me at this moment.” And all that she said was going to come true.Here I am.It’s crazy,” said Ralph, who won an Emmy for his role as kindergarten teacher Barbara Howard on the series. “This was a little bonus. We’re kind of stepping back in all this. Wow. We were happy. We’re so happy.”
Ralph has appeared in many TV shows and movies and has been nominated for a Tony Award for her role on Broadway. dream girlShe says she’s enjoying the wild rides she’s been on since her debut, Abbott Elementary School.
“All I can do is thank God. , it’s for her.” If so, that was it for me, everyone would have said, “Well, she had a great career.” But now it’s gone from great to OK. How wonderful,” she said.
“Okay, man, what’s she going to do next? Create a blockbuster? Will she star in a blockbuster? Who’s she going to play with? Is she going to be a superhero? Obvious.” Because she can do things that we didn’t expect,” she added.
This article originally appeared in The Hollywood Reporter.