Lea Salonga had a hard time keeping calm after Hollywood producer-director Seth MacFarlane said he would love to sing with her.
During his guest appearance on CBS's The Talk, the Family Guy and The Orville creator shared his reaction to the Broadway star's confession that he is her "dream duet partner," as he talked about his latest music projects.
Describing Lea as "incredibly talented" and “one of the great voices out there,” Seth admitted that he's a little hesitant to accept the offer. However, he did eventually say that he would do it.
“I hope I can keep up," he added.
Responding to Seth's statement, Lea wrote on Twitter: "And I. Am. Dead."
And I. Am. Dead. https://t.co/kmaD6XD0uk— Lea Salonga (@MsLeaSalonga) October 1, 2020
Aside from creating Family Guy and The Orville, Seth is also known for writing and directing the Ted film series, as well as the 2014 film A Million Ways to Die in the West. He has won five Grammy awards for his work as a musical artist.