Phantom of the Opera is a classic and the longest-running Broadway show, period. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s award-winning show was first launched in October 1986, earning three Oliviers and seven Tonys along the way.

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the show, Nicole Scherzinger sang its famous theme song at the annual Royal Variety Performance in Manchester. The lead singer of the group “The Pussycat Dolls,” joined on stage four of the most popular. Earl Carpenter, Simon Bowman, John Owen-Jones, and Ramin Karimloo sang with the beautiful singer. Watch the video below and witness their magical performance.


Phantom of the opera circles around a young soprano who became the obsession of a masked murderous musical genius, living under the Paris Opera House. The story was an unexplainable thrill, and the pop star’s performance gave a shine to the gold. Scherzinger left the crowd stunned with her enchanting and powerful voice. The singer was wearing a beautiful white gown with sparkling gems. Everyone who witnessed this piece knew they were witnessing a markable history.

The four Phantoms surrounds Christine, the protagonist of the show while a thick mist was swirling at their feet. The stage burned with intense energy as the five characters sang their hearts out. When the pop star hit the high notes with precision, the entire crowd had a goosebumps moment.

The popstars fans were stunned and proud at the same time, hearing in a different and rocking it. How about you? Are you impressed with their performance?

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