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Audra McDonald Power of Women 2017

Audra McDonald Wants to Play a Disney Villain

Audra McDonald may be petrified of balloons, but she’s not scared of Disney villains.

The Power of Women New York honoree spilled seven secrets during her Variety cover shoot, singing us her newborn’s lullaby, reminiscing about her first auditions, and revealing what’s on her music playlist along the way.

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