Kim Kardashian Shares Behind-the-Scenes Look at North’s Lion King Show


Kim Kardashian Shares Behind-the-Scenes Look at Daughter North’s Performance in The Lion King Live Show

Kim Kardashian is one proud mom! On Saturday, May 25, the SKIMS founder, 43, posted a series of behind-the-scenes looks from her 10-year-old daughter North West’s performance as Young Simba in Disney’s The Lion King live concert at The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

In a first Instagram Stories video, Kardashian sat in the audience with her daughter Chicago, 6, and sang along to the performance of “Can You Feel the Love Tonight.” “I was feeling it @thelionking,” she wrote over the clip.

Kim Kardashian

Next, Kardashian posted a sweet photo of North helping Chicago with her hair in a backstage area. “Never too busy to help her sister with her edges,“ she captioned the pic. Kardashian is also mom to sons Saint, 8, and Psalm, 5, whom she shares with ex Kanye West.

Another snap showed North in costume as Young Simba backstage, while another saw her posing with the character of Zazu and Jason Weaver, who sang as Young Simba in the 1994 animated movie and appeared in the live concert.

North’s participation in Disney’s The Lion King 30th Anniversary – A Live-to-Film Concert Event was announced earlier this month. The concert, which was a two-day live event, is set to air on Disney+ soon.

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North starred in the production alongside Heather Headley and Lebo M., with Jennifer Hudson appearing as a special guest. Franchise veterans Billy Eichner, Bradley Gibson, Ernie Sabella, Weaver, Jeremy Irons, and Nathan Lane also appeared in the live concert performances.

It was a night to remember, filled with special moments and star-studded performances, and Kim Kardashian was there to capture it all.

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