‘Encanto’ Actors Will Perform “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” at the Oscars

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Encanto fans, get ready! The 94th Academy Awards are coming up on Sunday, March 27 live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, and even though we already knew that the smash-hit original song “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from¬†Encanto was being performed, we now know that some of the cast members from the movie will be reprising their roles for the performance — and some famous Latin pop stars will be joining in, too!


Pepa and Isabela singing about Bruno in ‘Encanto’ Credit:

Singer Adassa (who voiced Dolores Madrigal in the Madrigal family), actress Stephanie Beatriz (who voiced Mirabel Madrigal), Mauro Castillo (who voiced Felix Madrigal), Carolina Gait√°n (who voiced Pepa Madrigal), and Diane Guerrero (who voiced Isabela Madrigal) will all be performing their respective parts during the live performance of “We Don’t Talk About Bruno”.

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Dolores Madrigal singing to Mirabel Madrigal about Bruno in ‘Encanto’ Credit:

Even though “We Don’t Talk Bruno” broke Billboard records, even surpassing the success of “Let It Go” and “A Whole New World”, the song was not actually nominated for the Oscar for Best Original Song. Instead, composer Lin-Manuel Miranda nominated the¬†Encanto¬†original song “Dos Oruguitas”, saying that it represented the overall theme of the Disney animated movie better than the catchy song about Bruno did.


The Madrigal family: Luisa (voiced by Jessica Darrow), Isabela (voiced by Diane Guerrero), the matriarch Abuela Alma (voiced by Mar√≠a Cecilia Botero), Felix (voiceded by Mauro Castillo), Julieta (voiced by Angie Cepeda), Pepa (voiced by Carolina Gait√°n), Agust√≠n (voiced by Wilmer Valderrama), Camilo (voiced by Rhenzy Feliz), Antonio (voiced by Ravi Cabot-Conyers), and Dolores (voiced by Adassa) and Mirabel Madrigal (voiced by Stephanie Beatriz). John Leguizamo voices Bruno (not pictured). ‘Encanto’ is directed by Charise Castro Smith. Credit:

The¬†Encanto¬†cast will be joined by popular Latin singer Becky G and “Despacito” singer Luis Fonsi, too! This is no doubt to make up for the fact that many other cast members from¬†Encanto and the Madrigal family were not able to join in the Academy Awards performance. With only Felix providing male vocals, some more variety was probably needed (especially since “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” features some standout harmonies and rounds)!

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Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes are taking the stage to co-host the 94th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood / Los Angeles. Credit: D23

Encanto is nominated for an Oscar in two categories at the 94th Academy Awards in Los Angeles: Best Animated Feature Film (which it is competing against¬†Raya and the Last Dragon¬†and¬†Luca to win) and Best Original Song (for “Dos Oruguitas”).

Are you excited for this live performance from Encanto? Are you going to watch the Oscars live on Sunday night — or maybe just admire the red carpet looks and celebrities’ hair and makeup on the red carpet?

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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