Audra McDonald has won more Tony awards for her stage performances than any other individual in history. She's worked with everyone from the Berlin Philharmonic to Shonda Rhimes. It's safe to say she's sung a song or two in her day. But now, she's looking for a new one. The Trump administration recently prohibited the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from using 7 commonplace terms in their official documents. When McDonald heard about the words, which include "fetus," "diversity," and "science-based," she decided a new tune was in order:
Before long, McDonald got her wish:
People had their guesses as to who wrote the new song.
Other writers who were clearly thinking about the project sounded off!
One Twitter user actually took things a step further.
7-word songs are turning into a real fad!
You could even sing the song yourself if you know a couple familiar tunes:
Many Twitter users submitted their song ideas to McDonald:
Hopefully, when she debuts HER version, it breaks the internet.
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