Cabaret Willkommens Emma Stone to Broadway

Question: Could the utterly hilarious and gorgeous actress Emma Stone get any more likeable? The answer, my friends, is yes. Yes she can. Why? Because this star is headed for Broooaaadway!

Stone will take over the lead in the revival of Cabaret, replacing Michelle Williams as Sally Bowles this November. It's Stone's first Broadway role, and judging by Entertainment Weekly's photo of Stone in costume, it's going to be amahzing. Check it out!

Can't you just hear her singing "Life is a cabaret, old chum!" already? (Photo by Richard Phibbs for Entertainment Weekly)

Now, with iconic Cabaret dance numbers like “Mein Herr,” the question becomes, Well, can she dance? I think this clip of Stone from “The Ellen Degeneres Show” sums it up best:

Yes. Yes she can. Get ready, Kit Kat Klub. Stone is going to rock it.

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