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Lea Salonga invited to perform at White House state dinner

Actress and singer Lea Salonga has been invited to perform at the White House during a state dinner for South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol, Inquirer.net reports.

According to Broadway World, Salonga will perform alongside Norm Lewis and Jessica Vosk. All three are known for their outstanding performances on Broadway.

Salonga was the first Asian American to play Eponine in the musical Les Miseìrables on Broadway. She became beloved for her being the singing voice of Prince Jasmine and Mulan.

Salonga tweeted about her excitement to perform at the dinner.

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