Canadian Actor Seth Rogen Loves Beyonce Just As Much As We Do
He's literally all of us.
Seth Rogen literally can't go one day without being the most relatable person ever. First, he becomes the annoying voice that relays messages across Canadian transit systems. Then, he was fighting over which Canadian delicacy he couldn't live without on Twitter. Now, he's worshipping Beyoncé. We often think that celebs are immune to the star power of other famous people, but not for him. Seth Rogen just apologized to Beyoncé for something we'd all be guilty of.
People have been freaking out about Beyoncé voicing Nala in the new Lion King live-action movie since the news broke, and now it's finally here! Rogen, who plays Pumbaa, is understandably still freaking out about the Nala casting. He actually gets to breathe the same air as Beyoncé!
The European premiere for the highly anticipated movie was on Sunday, July 14, and we think it's safe to say that Rogen considers standing next to Beyoncé one of the greatest accomplishments of his life.
He posted an Instagram photo of the two of them standing next to each other on the red carpet, captioned, "Guys I did it."
At the premiere, he also thought it'd be appropriate to apologize to Beyoncé for basically doing his job. The iconic song, Can You Feel The Love Tonight, features both celebs and is currently number five on Itunes.
Rogen told Good Morning America, "I apologized to [Beyoncé] personally for having to share credit with me."
He also said that having to worry about being good enough to sing a track with Beyoncé is something he thought he'd never have to think about.
In the end, it turned out perfectly.
"Overall, I loved it, and I think that the song turned out great, and the fact that I didn't ruin it was just a true pleasure," Rogen said.
Besides Queen Bey, Rogen also got to meet members of another Royal family. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, also known as Harry and Meghan, made an appearance at the premiere. The Royal Family's pictures with Beyoncé were definitely iconic.
The Lion King doesn't hit theatres in North America until July 19, but we're pretty confident it's going to be epic.
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