If you didn’t know, Sara wrote a song for the movie called “If I Dare,” and you can stream and download the single right here! Sara wrote and produced the song for the film with composer Nicholas Britell, and it plays during the movie’s end credits.
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Sara Bareilles recorded an original song for the Battles of the Sexes soundtrack and you can listen to “If I Dare” right now!
The song is inspired by tennis player Billie Jean King‘s inspiring story and Sara wrote the song with the film’s Oscar-nominated composer Nicholas Britell.
“Billie Jean is one of the great leaders of our time,” Sara said about the song’s subject. “Her courage, her conviction, and her willingness to take risks in order to make change are part of what makes her so powerful.”
You can stream the song now via Spotify and download it on iTunes.
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Also in attendance at the show were Catherine Zeta-Jones with her 14-year-old daughter Carys Zeta Douglas, Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, and actress Emily Robinson. Entertainer Sara Bareilles sang as the models walked the runway!
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Sara Bareilles has written a new original song that will be featured in the end credits of the new movie Battle of the Sexes!
The song, titled “If I Dare,” starts playing right as the credits roll and it will be available for purchase and streaming on Friday, September 15. Sara wrote and produced the song with composer Nicholas Britell.
Battle of the Sexes looks at the 1973 tennis match between women’s world champion Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and ex-men’s-champ and serial hustler Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell), which became one of the most-watched televised sports events of all time, reaching 90 million viewers around the world. As the rivalry between King and Riggs kicked into high gear, off- court each was fighting more personal and complex battles.
“Billie Jean is one of the great leaders of our time,” Sara said in a statement. “Her courage, her conviction, and her willingness to take risks in order to make change are part of what makes her so powerful. One pivotal chapter of her story comes to life so beautifully in the film, and I was honored to help write about it. Getting the opportunity to collaborate with Nick and his gorgeous score for the film, only made the project that much sweeter. We hoped to echo Billie Jean’s tremendous resilience in the face of adversity with the song, and capture some of her fierce drive and spirit.”Continue Reading
Sara Bareilles flashes a smile while hitting the carpet at the special industry performance of the Off-Broadway play Seeing You held at 450 West 14th Street on Sunday (July 23) in New York City.
The Tony-nominated entertainer was accompanied by her Waitress co-star and real-life boyfriend Joe Tippett.
Seeing You “guides audiences through a haze of wartime anxiety with music, choreography, and intimate encounters. The show explores the effects of war on those fighting and those at home—from basic training to the front lines and from blood drives to grieving families.”
You can catch a performance of Seeing You underneath the Chelsea High Line (450 West 14th Street), where it is scheduled to play an extended engagement through August 31.Continue Reading
The Tony-nominated entertainer wrapped her run in the Broadway musical Waitress, which she wrote, earlier that day.
Sara is set to appear on stage during the show tonight, so make sure to tune in!
“Happy @TheTonyAwards day!!! To the wonderful performers and creators–thank you for your dedication. Can’t wait to cry in public about it.❤️,” she tweeted.
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Sara Bareilles popped up on Good Morning America on Tuesday morning (May 16) to surprise the hosts and audience with a performance from the Broadway musical Waitress!
The Grammy-nominated singer was joined by the cast of the show to sing the opening number “Opening Up.”
After the performance, Sara was joined on the program by actress Betsy Wolfe, who will be taking over the role of Jenna in the Broadway musical once Sara departs in June.
“No one ever sad we weren’t #EXPRESSIVE @WaitressMusical @GMA,” Sara tweeted with a screencap of her making a funny face on the show.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) May 16, 2017