Cameos in “Pitch Perfect 2” are nothing to laugh at. Pentatonix, The Filharmonics, Penn Masala, and the winner of “The Sing-Off,” Pentatonix, have already been named by director Elizabeth Banks as some of the Barden Bellas’ fiercest rivals in the eagerly awaited sequel.
Fans of the new movie and the outstanding a capella groups delighted at the prospect of hearing even more incredible pop song performances in the film.
The Green Bay Packers’ appearance in the highly amusing trailer delighted more ardent supporters.
They are admirers! During an episode of “Late Night With Seth Meyers” earlier this month, Anna Kendrick revealed to Seth. We should probably ask them to be in it, our producers thought after hearing them talk about it so much.
They could “perform the full finale number back to front” and “inside out,” the 29-year-old continued.
Along with the football players, Christina Aguilera is also planning to make an appearance in “Pitch Perfect 2,” according to speculations.
What part might she play if she’s going to appear in the movie?
According to rumours, the pop queen may simply make a brief appearance as herself, one of the a cappella competition’s judges, or the Barden Bella’s coach.
But according to Realty Today, these rumours aren’t very trustworthy and might just be a gimmick to get more viewers.
The popularity of the first “Pitch Perfect” film in 2012 means that the sequel doesn’t require much publicity. More than 18 million people have watched the movie’s official trailer, which was posted on YouTube through The Ellen Show account.
“Pitch Perfect” was the first movie, and it made $113 million worldwide. “Cups,” one of its songs, was also included in the Billboard Hot 100.
There are other aspects of “Pitch Perfect 2” to anticipate besides the cameos. On May 15, Hailee Steinfeld, an actress nominated for an Academy Award, will join the newest Bellas.
The full name Christina Maria Aguilera is an American pop singer who debuted amid the late 1990s adolescent pop explosion and achieved virtually immediate commercial success. She was born on Staten Island, New York, on December 18, 1980.
Aguilera began her singing career on The New Mickey Mouse Club on the Disney Channel, where she also appeared with Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. Aguilera received a recording contract after writing the song “Reflection” for the Disney film Mulan (1998). In 1999, she launched her self-titled debut album of dance-oriented pop songs. She received the Grammy Award for best new artist in 1999, and the album and Aguilera’s debut single, “Genie in a Bottle,” both swiftly reached the top of the Billboard pop charts.
The direction of Aguilera’s subsequent albums varied, but they all focused on her strong voice and made use of her attractiveness and charisma. She capitalised on the Latin pop music craze by learning enough Spanish to record Mi reflejo, a song that highlighted her Ecuadorian ethnic roots (2000). Then came My Kind of Christmas (2000). Aguilera worked with vocalists Pink, Mya, and Lil’ Kim in 2001 to create a well-liked cover of LaBelle’s iconic funk song “Lady Marmalade” from 1974. Aguilera quickly followed up with the release of Stripped (2002), in which she shed her innocent identity and adopted a more provocative sexualized one, as exemplified by her top-charting song “Dirty.” Back to Basics (2006) honoured Aguilera’s jazz and blues inclinations by evoking the music of Etta James and Billie Holiday.
With Bionic (2010), Aguilera returned to dance music, although both the album and its follow-up, Lotus, were viewed as commercial failures (2012). Liberation, her 2018 album, received rave reviews. Later, she contributed “Haunted Heart” and “Loyal Brave True” to the soundtracks of Mulan (2020) and The Addams Family (2019), respectively. She launched her Xperience residency performance at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas in 2019. For her songs, Aguilera won various honours and prizes, including several Grammys.
After making several cameo appearances in movies, Aguilera played alongside Cher in the musical drama Burlesque in 2010 as a young girl from a small town who wants to be a performer. She joined the panel of judges for The Voice, a singing competition on television, the following year, and remained there until 2016. Aguilera kept performing at this period. (2015)’s Nashville featured her in a guest role, one of her notable TV roles. She also portrayed Akiko Glitter in The Emoji Movie and had appearances in movies including Pitch Perfect 2 (2015) and Life of the Party (2018). (2017).