Conan O’Brien to perform ‘The Monorail Song’ at Simpsons live performance in September
The Simpsons are set to hit the stage for the first time ever this coming September and they’re going to be joined by some very special guests.
After 25-years and over 500 episodes later, the Simpsons are finally going to appear live on stage on September 12th, 13th, and 14th at the Hollywood Bowl in California.
The show will feature previously unseen clips from the Simpsons as voiced live by Simpsons cast members Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith and Hank Azaria.
As well as the previously unseen clips, some of the show’s favourite moments will be replayed with the stars that featured in them, including Jon Lovitz, Beverly D’Angelo and "Weird Al" Yankovic.
It has recently been announced that Conan O’Brien will also feature in the show as he will be singing ‘The Monorail Song’ from the 1993 episode ‘Marge vs. the Monorail’, which O’Brien wrote and produced.
In an interview with BuzzFeed UK, Conan O’Brien said: “Two days before I left to come to England, my phone rang and it was The Simpsons. And they said that they were doing a live show at the Hollywood Bowl, and all the actors are going to do the voices, and, ‘Would you be a special guest star and sing ‘The Monorail Song’ with the Los Angeles Gay Men’s Choir?’ And the answer there is ‘YES’, so I am going to do that I think in September.”
We can’t wait to see a live rendition of ‘The Monorail Song’, but until September, we’ll have to settle with this…