Remember John Travolta’s Adele Dazeem Slip-Up Last Year? They’re Making a Spoof Out of It! [WATCH VIDEO]

By Christine Torralba | 3 years ago
Remember John Travolta’s Adele Dazeem Slip-Up Last Year? They’re Making a Spoof Out of It! [WATCH VIDEO]
PHOTOGRAPH: Wikimedia Commons/Dylan Ashe | John Travolta coming up to say “hi” at the Reno Air Show & Races. Cropped version of Image:John.Travolta.2006.Reno.Air.jpg, and retouched with PhotoFiltre for clean, 17 September 2006.

Earlier this year, John Travolta became an internet sensation when he made a little boo-boo as he introduced Idina Menzel before she performed during the Oscars. If you can still remember what it was, this bit of information will be sure to make you laugh.

At the last Oscar’s night, 60-year-old Travolta became a legend when he introduced Idina Menzel as Adele Dazeem. On the embarrassing clip, the actor passionately spoke of Menzel’s talent before he made his mistake. The moment it was said, the clip had already went viral, and everyone knew of the mistake.

When asked about his mistake, Travolta said that he had beaten himself all day for it. The actor had also questioned what the talented singer would say about the error he had made. Fortunately for him, Menzel had “Let It Go” just as she had sung the piece on the Disney animation “Frozen.”

Now that the issue has already died down, Oscar bosses have decided to get the actor to recreate the slip-up for this year’s Oscars ceremony. Together with actor Neil Patrick Harris, Travolta will be making a spoof of the boo-boo.  

As revealed by an insider, Harris and his team are doing their best to make the spoof as close to the real thing. Travolta, for his part, was very happy to be part of the spoof performance. With this, there’s even some rumors that Menzel will be joining this short comedy stunt.

After the mishap that occurred the last time, Travolta sent Menzel a note along with a large bouquet of flowers. This was his way of apologizing to the “Let It Go” singer. With this gesture, Menzel has accepted the apology and called Travolta as her friend. After all, she believes that the slip-up did boost her career.

Now that preparations for the Oscars ceremony are under way, there are rumors that Harris will be serenading the crowd in the event. Additionally, Travolta is expected to introduce a performance or present an award during the celebration. To avoid making the same mistake, the actor is currently brushing up on his pronunciations.

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