Halle Bailey CRIED Watching First Footage of Her ‘Little Mermaid’ Performance (Exclusive)

Entertainment Tonight published this video item, entitled “Halle Bailey CRIED Watching First Footage of Her ‘Little Mermaid’ Performance (Exclusive)” – below is their description.

Halle Bailey chats with ET’s Kevin Frazier at the 2022 BET Awards about how she cried after watching the first footage of her performance as Ariel in the live-action remake of ‘The Little Mermaid.’ The singer and actress also teases Beyonce’s new ‘amazing’ album and praises her sister, Chloe, and her solo efforts. The 2022 BET Awards air Sunday.

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