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Lucifer is following in the footsteps of Riverdale, Buffy and Scrubs and will feature a musical episode. This is not the first time the cast has sung in the series but it the first time an entire episode has been dedicated to their vocal talents. What will happen in the Lucifer musical episode? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
What will happen in the Lucifer musical episode?
Episode 11 of Lucifer season five is titled Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam.
After months of speculation, the cast and creators of Lucifer have confirmed the episode will be a 40-minute long musical episode.
Ahead of part two coming to Netflix, the cast and crew have started to tease details about what fans can expect.
In September 2020 at DC’s Fandom Event, a short teaser clip was also released from the episode.
In the clip, Ella Lopez (played by Aimee Garcia), Chloe Decker (Lauren German) and Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) arrive at a murder scene on a college football field, where one of the players had been poisoned.
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Ella then says to Lucifer and Chloe: “Another one bites the dust.”
After a slight pause, Ella then breaks out into dance as the recognisable intro to Another One Bites the Dust by Queen begins to play.
She then begins singing, along with Dan Espinoza (Kevin Alejandro), Lucifer and Chloe, as cheerleaders and football players dance around them.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight (ET) ahead of part two being released this year, Ellis said: “I feel like I have won a competition. I am having the time of my life. I cannot wait for people to see this episode.”
Unfortunately, Another One Bites the Dust is the only song confirmed on the show’s musical soundtrack so far.
However, Tom Ellis did reveal to ET some important moments which will take place in the musical episode with his father, God (Dennis Haysbert), who arrived on Earth in season five, part one, finale.
He said: “They are having huge issues, huge unresolved issues.
“[Lucifer] has sort of a revelatory moment in this episode where he is like, ‘Maybe, for the sake of other things in my life, I should try getting along with my Dad.'”
German added: “Lucifer is in a difficult place, and Tom goes into song… and I was in my trailer just crying at how beautiful the moment is and just knowing the moment in the story, it brought tears to my eye,
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“It is so absolutely touching and gorgeous… You can feel what he is feeling, through the singing, and it’s beautiful.”
Co-showrunner Joe Henderson added: “To me, in these musical episodes you’ve got to have the story-based reason that everyone breaks into song.
“Our show has people breaking into song all the time, but it’s because they’re at Lux or reasons like that.
“So, one of the challenges was, ‘What element could we introduce that is organic to our story that allows all of our cast to burst into song?’
“And when we found that… that’s when it came together.”
Fans have taken to Twitter to share their excitement for the musical episode.
One fan tweeted: “I AM OBSESSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m definitely definitely definitely definitely excited for 5b and even more for the musical episode!! #Lucifer.”
A second fan said: “Thank you so much for this. It took me a while to realize I was smiling ear to ear while watching the number. I don’t remember the last time that happened. I watched it several times more until my cheeks hurt. Can’t wait to see it in the show!!”
A third fan added: “I can’t wait to see this episode. I have a feeling it’s going to be one of my all-time favourite episodes.”
Lucifer is streaming on Netflix now
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