Hilary Duff Joins the Bruno Trend in Instagram Video
Lately, the viral sensation “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from Disney’s “Encanto” elusively pops up everywhere from the radio to social media. It even popped up in a Peleton ride with Emma Lovewell last weekend. Yesterday, even former “Lizzie McGuire” star Hilary Duff also joined the trend.
The video above posted to Duff’s Instagram (@hilaryduff) shows the gorgeous star in a sheer polka dot top all dressed up for a glamarous evening before surprising with a new take on song’s title lyrics.
“Some glam and some Encanto both very important things. Anyone else just blurting this out at random times? I need help. It’s taking over,” Duff states in the post.
With the premiere of her new show on Hulu earlier this week, Duff definitely has reasons to celebrate with a fancy evening. She currently appears in “How I Met Your Father,” a sequel to the popular 2000s CBS sitcom, “How I Met Your Mother.”
Recently, Duff shared her love of motherhood when she appeared in the first episode of this season of “The Bachelor.” In the episode, she helped Bachelor Clayton Echard host a hilarious and drama-filled date all about a kid’s birthday party.
More Talk About Bruno
Obviously, we all do actually talk about Bruno. With lyrics and music written by the brilliant Lin-Manuel Miranda, the song’s witty musical narrative quickly rocketed it up the charts. At the time of writing, the song became the first Disney song to top the United Kingdom charts and currently sits at Number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The song now ranks among the most popular Disney songs of all times, coming in second behind “A Whole New World” from Disney’s “Aladdin.” At the time of writing, the song tied in chart-topping awesomeness with “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” Elton John’s incredible ballad from “The Lion King.”
“”I’m surprised it’s ‘Bruno.’ … I feel like this is my ‘Send in the Clowns,’ which was the late Stephen Sondheim’s biggest hit and probably the most random of an incredible career and life making music. But I’ll take it!” said Miranda in a People article yesterday.
Stay tuned to find out what milestone in musical achivement “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” might achieve next.
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