Here's some good news for all "Pitch Perfect" fans: the Barden Bellas are back!
The cast of the musical-comedy film recently came together — virtually — to participate in a fundraising event that aims to support children in Lebanon affected by the Beirut blast, and others around the world affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
In a video uploaded Tuesday, August 18, the "Pitch Perfect" stars banded together to sing an a cappella rendition of Beyonce's 2011 hit "Love On Top" as part of the initiative led by the United Nations Children's Fund or UNICEF.
"The Bella's are back... for a good cause!" the video description reads.
The Bella’s are back… for a good cause! There’s nothing perfect about the world we’re living in. Families around the globe are suffering from the impact of the #COVID19 pandemic, especially those in Lebanon who are facing crisis after crisis. But we can all pitch in and help. The proceeds from the downloads & streams of our rendition of “Love on Top” will go to @unicef to help children in Lebanon and around the world who need our support right now. Click the link in bio for more. #ForEveryChild #Beirut #COVID19
"There’s nothing perfect about the world we’re living in. Families around the globe are suffering from the impact of the #COVID19 pandemic, especially those in Lebanon who are facing crisis after crisis. But we can all pitch in and help."
Among the cast members who performed were Anna Kendrick (Beca), Rebel Wilson (Fat Amy), Hailee Steinfeld (Emily), Brittany Snow (Chloe), Anna Camp (Aubrey), Hana Mae Lee (Lilly), Alexis Knapp (Stacie), Kelley Jakle (Jessica), Shelley Regner (Ashley), and Chrissie Fit (Flo).
Elizabeth Banks and John Higgins, who played the role of "Pitch Perfect" announcers John and Gail, were also featured in the video to make the introduction.
"I'm afraid I have some bad news. The Barden Bellas have gotten back together again," said John. "It seems like not even a quarantine can prevent them from harassing us with another musical performance."
To donate to the cause, click here.