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Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner were very good friends while working together in the Disney film “The Lion King.”
But it seems the duo, who voiced Pumbaa and Timon, respectively — would be even more likely to be associated with Beyonce — who voiced Nala –than any of the others.
Even though they will never vote to take up with the Queen B, and the two were privileged enough to stand next to her in the movie on the red carpet in London.
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Rogen and Eichner, both posted photos on their social media pages for the special night. The “Billy on the Street star of his photo caption, “BILLYONCÉ.”
As for The “Long Shot,” the actor posted on a similar photo. “Guys, I’ve done it,” he wrote.
An eagle-eyed fan on Twitter, and I saw a striking resemblance to the pictures. “My favorite part of The Lion King’s @billyeichner, and @Sethrogen to crop each of their photos with Beyonce,” she wrote.
To which Rogen responded, in mock surprise, “Billy, how dare you.”
The joker revealed to Jimmy Kimmel while promoting the movie, it was just an honor to be in the Grammy-winner’s presence. “I’ve never seen this happen. … Performed was called, and the crowd stood and went crazy,” he revealed. “And I was like, ‘She’s getting a standing ovation for just existing.'”
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“I know they’re not clapping for me, but I was on the stage, and I was, for a brief moment, it felt like what it must feel like to be that flattering,” he and Rogen are described. “All I was thinking was, ‘Oh, people don’t like me that much. I don’t have a single iota of it.” No, I’m pretty much at it’s very best. If they see you, and people lost their fuckin ‘ s—.”
Eichner, shared similar feelings about working with the musical icon.
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“I’ve always been a huge Beyoncé fan, as well as the rest of the world,” the “Difficult People,” the actor told People magazine. “I’m not as young as I look, so I know when Destiny’s Child first came out, me and my friends in college were huge Destiny’s Child fans around the world. I’ve seen this Performed live a few times.”