NYC Gay Men's Chorus Members Pay Homage To 'The Golden Girls'

...and we couldn't love it more if it featured cheesecake.

The handsome stars of Tonewall visited “That Golden Girls Show! A Puppet Parody” in New York last month to perform their version of a classic tune we all know and love.

The puppet incarnations of Dorothy, Blanche, Sophia and Rose look positively delighted to be serenaded by the men as they croon Andrew Gold’s “Thank You For Being A Friend,” which was played during the opening credits of “The Golden Girls” for the show’s entire seven-season run.

That Golden Girls Show! A Puppet Parody,” which opened Oct. 3 at New York’s DR2 Theatre, recasts Miami’s fab foursome as fuzzy, “Sesame Street”-style marionettes. On Dec. 1, the show got a “holiday edition” makeover, incorporating a few seasonal twists that should delight diehard “Golden Girls” fans.

Featuring 11 members of the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus, Tonewall is best known for putting a unique, a capella spin on pop favorites. You can check out a few of their amazing performances here, here and here.

Head here for more details on “That Golden Girls Show! A Puppet Parody.”

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