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Odds & Ends: Alan Cumming & Lin-Manuel Miranda Get Emmy Love, Kristin Chenoweth's Dark Side & More!

Odds & Ends: Alan Cumming & Lin-Manuel Miranda Get Emmy Love, Kristin Chenoweth's Dark Side & More!
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Tony winners Alan Cumming and Lin-Manuel Miranda have picked up 2014 Daytime Emmy Award nominations.

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.

Who Needs Tony (This Year!)? Alan Cumming and Lin-Manuel Miranda Get Emmy Love
Tony winners Alan Cumming and Lin-Manuel Miranda have picked up 2014 Daytime Emmy Award nominations. Cabaret headliner Cumming was nominated for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program for playing Sebastian Winkleplotz in PBS’ Arthur. Miranda received his nod in the Best Original Song category for his Sesame Street tune "Rhymes with Mando." Miranda's In the Heights co-star, Holler If Ya Hear Me's Christopher Jackson, also got a nomination for Original Song for his Sesame Street number "ABC's of Moving." Meanwhile, Great White Way alum Whoopi Goldberg and her View co-hosts received a nom in the Outstanding Talk Show Host category.

Kristin Chenoweth Taps Into Her Dark Side for Disney
Kristin Chenoweth will play Maleficent in the Disney Channel's telepic Descendants. Variety reports that Descendants follows the offspring of famous Disney villains and that the Tony winner will play the mother of a teenage daughter, Mal, played by Dove Cameron.

It's All Relative for Neil Morrissey
U.K. stage and screen star Neil Morrissey will join the West End cast of Relative Values from May 26 through June 21. He will play Crestwell, taking over from Rory Bremner at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Morrissey is best known for his work on the TV show Men Behaving Badly. Stage credits include Acorn Antiques, Guys and Dolls and Oliver!

Carole King Plans to Perform at the Tonys
It may have taken her awhile to get around to seeing Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, however Carole King is now intending to perform at the Tony awards on June 8. According to The New York Times, the Grammy-winning legend does not yet know which song from the Tony nominated musical she'll sing, but as long as she's duetting with Tony nominee Jessie Mueller, the earth will move under our feet!
 

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