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9 "Fabulous, Baby" Sister Act Videos, Wait and See!

April 20th, 2020 by

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9 "Fabulous, Baby" Sister Act Videos, Wait and See!

Photo by Joan Marcus

BroadwayBox is wishing you a FABULOUS Monday, friends. What better way to celebrate Sister Act's 9th Broadway Anniversary than with 9 fabulous videos of some fierce Deloris Van Cartiers in action!

Music legend Alan Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater penned this bop for the Broadway musical of the beloved Whoopi Goldberg 1992 film. The song captures the sass and splendor of Deloris spectacularly!


Patina Miller


Yas we love original Deloris Van Cartier, Patina Miller. That belt at 2:32 and the final note! Star star star.

Raven-Symoné


First off - outfit! GLAM! Secondly, thank you for the "hot shocking pink" at 2:20.

Cynthia Erivo


We couldn't not include Cynthia's! We just wish this was an official video. The "wait and see" is effortless!

Alex Newell


Alex is "meant to be where the spotlight shines"... always. This is the cover we dreamed of. Thank you for 1:55 and the incredible "wait and see".

Rashidra Scott


Currently playing Susan in the Company revival, Rashidra was an original Broadway Deloris cover and took over the role during a small window in 2012. Her riff at 1:43 - come on!

Alysha Deslorieux


Serving you ACT.ING. with a voice to match! Alysha was a Broadway Deloris cover and we can see why - she IS fabulous. We're living for the confidence at 0:37 - 1:00.

Kimberly Marable


Hadestown fans will recognize this ensemble member who is fabulous, baby! Yet another outstanding Broadway Deloris cover. A moment of awed silence for the outstanding riff at 2:20.

Nicole Vanessa Ortiz


Nicole was set to star as Deloris at Paper Mill Playhouse this spring however new run dates for the production are TBD. In the meanwhile, enjoy this special preview of this powerhouse!

Queade Norah


Queade hasn't been on Broadway yet but I'm sure we'll be seeing her name in lights soon! We love her placement at 2:39 and that riff at 2:44.