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The fairy tale of Cinderella just got a makeover, and it's a high-energy entity set entirely to Beyoncé songs.
Glamour reports that former American Idol finalist Todrick Hall is retelling the classic fairy tale with some help from a few of Beyoncé's hit songs. The creative video is starting to make its rounds on the Internet, giving the classic princess tale a new life.
MTV reports that the eight-minute video features 10 of Beyoncé's hits, including “Freakum Dress,” “Single Ladies,” "Love on Top," and "Countdown." The production is complete with highly-choreographed dance numbers and impressive wardrobe changes.
According to E! News, Cinderoncé's fairy drag-mother is played by Shangela Laquifa Wadley, a former contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race seasons 3 and 4.
Yahoo reported a few years back that the creator of "Cinderoncé," Hall, was caught in a financial scandal for allegedly withholding audition refunds for a production he directed that ultimately fell apart.
Since then, he's become a YouTube personality and has covered popular hits like Miley Cyrus' "Can't Stop."
Check out his latest project below.