Elizabeth Banks Brings “Pitch Perfect” Inspired ‘Fight Song’ To The DNC

Is it weird that I feel like the Democratic National Convention was the greatest pep rally of all time? I feel like I shouldn’t feel this way but I do. I mean it brought Demi on stage, Eva Longoria, Elizabeth Banks, and many, many more celebrities. It is literally just a hype show for the DNC.

The most important thing it did though? The very most important thing? It brought Mandy Moore‘s voice back into my life. Mandy needs to make a comeback and she needed to make one yesterday! I don’t think that she is going to make a comeback with singing but she is in a new show.

Anyway, back to the song. Let’s fucking go, right? I mean I am kind of over ‘Fight Song’ but then I hear it and realize that I am not over it at all. Rachel Platten is my homegirl, really look up her backstory, you’ll love her even more.

For the record, not trying to make this political, I understand Elizabeth says that the song is for Hillary, but anything accapella just gets me going. You can’t hate me for that!

Shout out to Ester Dean for that breakdown at the end though, you go girl.

Also I have to give a shout out to all the girls from “Pitch Perfect” being in it, the ones that didn’t have many lines but still down that they can sing and were in fact in the movie.

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Demi Lovato Gives Powerful Speech About Mental Illness At The DNC

If you have followed Demi‘s career at all, you know that she has been very open with her struggles with mental illness. She has opened up about being diagnosed bipolar and has gone to Capitol Hill multiple times over the past few years to speak about better treatment for mental illness.

Tonight she stood in stage at the Democratic National Convention and again, spoke about mental illness and personally I think she did great. She has come a very long way and it is important to recognize that. She also belted out ‘Confident’, one of her many hit singles.

There’s not much more to say other than Demi did a great job with her speech and with her performance, something she should be proud of.

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