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2022 Tony Awards to Feature RuPaul, Michael Jackson's Kids, Lin-Manuel Miranda and More

75th annual Tony Awards looks to be a star-studded affair, with RuPaul, Michael Jackson’s kids, Paris and Prince, Lin-Manuel Miranda and many more taking the stage during an evening honoring the best of Broadway. For those keeping track, RuPaul is not only the queen of Paramount+, thanks to the record-breaking ratings of, but he is also a producer of, which is the most-nominated production of the 2021-2022 season. Meanwhile, Prince and Paris will be at the Tonys to support, the jukebox musical about the late singer’s life and career endorsed by the Jackson family. That production tied with as the second most-nominated show of the night.

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