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South Park Enlists Choir And 30-Piece Orchestra To Perform ‘Kyle’s Mum’s A B***h’

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South Park Enlists Choir And 30-Piece Orchestra To Perform ‘Kyle’s Mum’s A B***h’

People are getting very excited for South Park to drop its 25th season.

To hype everyone up a little more, the show has gone all out to revive a classic song that debuted in the episode 'Mr. Hankey, the Christmas' from the first season.

The song doesn't have a lot of depth as it's essentially Eric Cartman singing about how much he hates Kyle's mum, Sheila Broflovski.

However, when it's done professionally, there's a certain edge to it that can't be denied.

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The South Park crew called in a choir and a 30-piece orchestra to perform the track and the results are simply incredible.

The choir consisted of Nikki Renee Daniels, Tamar Greene, Jeff Kready and Elizabeth Stanley, who expertly belted out the fast lyrics while the orchestra whipped through the notes.

Broadway veteran Stephen Oremus was brought in to oversee the project and he says it was a joy getting to do something a little different.

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He told The Hollywood Reporter: "I was thrilled to get to reimagine these South Park classics in a more traditional orchestral concert setting.

"It was so much fun getting to blow them up and give them such proper classical renditions.

"I called some of the best musicians and singers I knew - friends and colleagues who I have worked with on Broadway and TV, and we got to make music and dress up and laugh our asses off for a few days."

Credit: South Park/YouTube
Credit: South Park/YouTube
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South Park executive producer Anne Garefino added: "We worked with Stephen on The Book of Mormon. [Parker and Stone] completely trust him with their work.

"For the 25th season, we thought it would be fun to celebrate the music of South Park. This is just the beginning."

Apart from debuting in that first season episode, it's also been played in the movie South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut as well as in the video game South Park: The Fractured but Whole.

The upcoming season, which is set to debut on February 2, has been a long time coming after the previous instalment dropped in 2019.

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The coronavirus pandemic caused the South Park team to readjust their schedule and they ended up putting out three Covid-19 related movie-episodes instead of a full season.

However, they're now back in their groove and you can bet the upcoming 25th season will be just as hilarious and ridiculous as its predecessors.

Featured Image Credit: South Park/YouTube

Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film, South Park

Stewart Perrie
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