McDonald's the Musical Is Finally Here, and Leslie Grace Is Lovin' It

Young singer goes all out, as Alma targets Hispanic millennials

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If you ever wanted to see a musical set in a McDonald's, your ship has come in.

McDonald's lead Hispanic agency, Alma in Miami, on Thursday night will roll out "A Little Lovin'," a three-minute bachata musical starring the 20-year-old Dominican-American singer Leslie Grace. At the beginning, she is seen sitting in McDonald's with a case of writer's block, but a McDonald's employee (played by Daniel "Cloud" Campos, who also was the director and choreographer) soon inspires her to find "A Little Lovin' " all around.

As musicals do, it gets wildly and ridiculously energetic from there.

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