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Home Red Carpet In Case You Missed It: Check Out The Performances From The 2015 Tony Awards!

In Case You Missed It: Check Out The Performances From The 2015 Tony Awards!

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In true Broadway fashion, this year's Tony Awards were stock full of amazing performances from the night's nominees. From the beautiful twirling gowns in the cast of The King And I's performance, to the dramatic pirate fashion worn by the Finding Neverland cast, the performances were truly a sight to behold.

Hosts, Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth, started the night out strong with a memorable opening number.

The cast of Something Rotten treated the audience to an absolutely hilarious performance (make sure to watch this one where you're able to laugh out loud.)

The performance from The King and I cast pulled at the heartstrings of anyone who was ever a high school theater kid.

Only the cast of On The Town could pull off sailor suits so well.

Vanessa Hudgens truly proved that she's more than just a Disney channel star in her performance with the cast of Gigi.

Warning: watching the On The Twentieth Century performance will give you the sudden urge to raid their wardrobe department for all the fantastic gowns.

Fun Home definitely wins for the most emotional performance of the night. Make sure to keep a handkerchief on hand while watching this one.

Chita Rivera proved that she definitely has still got it during her performance with the cast of This Visit

The performance by the cast of American in Paris definitely had some of the most beautiful footwork of the night.

Kelsey Grammer as Captain Hook is one of the most perfect casting choices we've ever seen. He absolutely crushes it during his performance with the Finding Neverland cast.

The performance from the It Shoulda Been You cast was one of the stand outs of the night with killer vocals and a fantastic ending.

Everyone's favorite Jersey Boys closed out the show in a pretty fantastic way. It's no wonder why the show has been one of the longest running ones on Broadway.

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