WATCH: Cheyenne Jackson Is Totally Miscast in This Gender-Twist Duet

By: Brandon Voss
3.12.2013

The best and brightest of Broadway once again teamed up for the 2013 edition of MCC Theater's Miscast, an annual benefit event which let performers play the roles in which they'd never be cast in real life.

The most fun usually comes from watching handsome leading men belt the shit out of songs originally written for and performed by women. Case in point: Cheyenne Jackson and young Smash star Jeremy Jordan, who channel conjoined twins Daisy and Violet with a rendition of "Who Will Love Me as I Am?" from Henry Krieger and Bill Russell's 1997 musical Side Show.

Check out the showstopping, hand-holding performance below. 

And if you imagined that was probably Miscast's gayest performance, think again.

Watch below as out Boss star Jonathan Groff gender-twists to tackle Smash's "Let Me Be Your Star" — with blonde Marilyn wigs! — and Gypsy's "If Momma Was Married" with Jeremy Jordan and Christian Borle, respectively.

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