If you didn't already know, Uzo Aduba has one killer set of pipes.
Before she became one of TV's most titillating characters as Crazy Eyes on "Orange Is the New Black," she was kicking A and taking names on the Broadway circuit, making good use of her Boston University classical voice training.
And now, her two worlds are finally going to collide -- you know, not counting those errant dramatic stage performances Crazy Eyes whips out every now and then -- thanks to her "OITNB" co-star Lea DeLaria, who plays Big Boo in the Netflix series.
DeLaria told People that she and her fiancée, Chelsea Fairless, have selected her Emmy-winning co-star to sing at their wedding on Jan. 8, 2017.
Their song of choice? "Calling You" from the '80s film "Bagdad Café."
"We know that Uzo is going to be singing at the wedding. She said yes," DeLaria explained. "Chelsea and I both love Uzo's voice and the way she sings so it was sort of a no-brainer to ask her to sing at the wedding."
And Aduba isn't the only "Orange" star who'll play a part in Big Boo's big day. Lori Petty (a.k.a. Lolly Whitehall) will be the flower girl, and Emma Myles (Leanne Taylor in the series, who introduced the couple) will have a role in the event as well.
It's a family affair indeed!
To celebrate Aduba's upcoming turn as a wedding singer (fingers crossed that someone thinks to record her performance for our sake), here are a few of her noteworthy musical moments to date.
"White Horse" with Taylor Swift
Opera night at "The View"
Her "Simple Joys" rendition
"A Little Priest" from "Sweeney Todd"
"I'm Every Woman" in "Broadway Remembers Whitney"