If you're not one of the very few people subscribing to DC Comics' streaming service DC Universe and watching their original series Doom Patrol, then you missed Matt Bomer take on Kelly Clarkson's underrated pop anthem "People Like Us" in the latest episode. This episode featured the team investigating a sentient LGBTQ-friendly street named Danny that can appear out of nowhere, a drag queen named Maura Lee Karupt (get it?), and a quick dance sequence set to another underrated pop anthem, Carly Rae Jepsen's "Cut to the Feeling." Bomer voices the character of Negative Man in the show, but also made an appearance on his own in the musical sequence. Check it out below.
There's no video available of the "Cut to the Feeling" scene, but here's some behind-the-scenes footage of it.
This #DoomPatrol special choreographed by @jamaicacraft & @mrglamrocksoul is just too damn delicious not to be seen its entirety. These Saucy Songbirds @alanmingojr @1shegotherown @brigittebidet @japanesefaces @iamcicinicole LaLa Ri & Dynasty St. James slay all damn day! pic.twitter.com/PI3axUsapA— Tom Farrell (@tfarrell15) April 5, 2019
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Not a DC Universe subscriber, but I've been keeping up with this show through clips and recaps. To anyone who's actually been watching...what's your opinion of the series?