Listen: Liza Minnelli Performs 'Single Ladies' for 'Sex and the City 2'
By PopEater Staff Posted May 21st 2010 01:00PM
The track leaked this morning, so we're giving you the pleasure of a first listen. We're pretty sure you've never heard 'Single Ladies' like this before. Don't say we didn't warn you! Listen to the 'SATC2' track. >>
The 64-year-old screen legend says filming the scene was "a blast" (via Contact Music). "It's a wonderful number ... It's rock and roll. Everything is moving! And I just got a whole new knee, so I can promise you everything is moving."
Other stars who'll be popping up in the 'Sex' sequel include Penelope Cruz and Miley Cyrus. 'Sex and the City 2' will hit theaters on May 27.
Take a look back at other celebrities who have taken on 'Single Ladies.' (Hey, imitation is the highest form of flattery, right?)
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