Encanto’s hit “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” became the number one song on the Billboard 100

We’re not talking about Bruno from the 2021 animated movie Encanto that took first place on the Billboard 100 chart.

The catchy song was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and sung by Encanto members Carolina Gittan, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Renzi Velez, Diane Guerrero and Stephanie Beatriz.

But the tune won’t be able to win an Oscar this year because it wasn’t submitted for racing. Instead, the movie’s theme song Dos Oruguitas was entered.

Good job: We’re not talking about Bruno from the 2021 animated movie, Encanto hit #1 on the Billboard 100

Starry: The catchy song was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and sung by Encanto members Carolina Gitan, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Renzi Velez, Diane Guerrero and Stephanie Beatriz

Starry: The catchy song was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and sung by Encanto members Carolina Gitan, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Renzi Velez, Diane Guerrero and Stephanie Beatriz

It is the second song from a Disney animated film to reach number one all-time.

The last time it happened was in 1993 with the Aladdin song “A Whole New World” from Bebo Bryson and Regina Bell.

According to MRC data, Bruno has attracted 34.9 million US broadcasts (up 8%), 1.5 million radio audience impressions (up 239%) and sold 12,300 downloads (up 32%, backed by 69% discounted prices in the iTunes Store in the 21- January 27 tracking week.

It doesn't happen: but the tune won't be able to win an Oscar this year because it wasn't submitted to the race

It doesn’t happen: but the tune won’t be able to win an Oscar this year because it wasn’t submitted to the race

Good numbers: According to MRC data, Bruno has attracted 34.9 million US broadcasts (up 8%), 1.5 million radio viewer impressions (up 239%), and sold 12,300 downloads (up 32%, bolstered by 69% discount pricing in iTunes Store at 21 January 27 Tracking Week

Good numbers: According to MRC data, Bruno has attracted 34.9 million US broadcasts (up 8%), 1.5 million radio viewer impressions (up 239%), and sold 12,300 downloads (up 32%, bolstered by 69% discount pricing in iTunes Store at 21 January 27 Tracking Week

We’re not talking about Bruno. He did well, he even surpassed “Let It Go” from the animated classic Frozen starring Kristen Bell and Edina Menzel.

Let It Go won an Academy Award in 2014 and ranked fifth on the charts.

The song was Sun by Menzel, the actress who played Elsa in the movie, which was about two sisters learning to get closer after their parents’ death.

But we’re not talking about Bruno making it to number one, four points higher than Let It Go.

The man behind the music: Lin-Manuel appears here in November 2021

The man behind the music: Lin-Manuel appears here in November 2021

The song Not Talking About Bruno is ‘Gossip song about Bruno Madrigal’s rejected uncle of the Madrigal family – and one of the three children born to Alma and Pedro Madrigal – whose talent for prophecy left him apart from the rest. From his family Family members explain why they don’t talk about Bruno, ‘according to Wikipedia.

The film revolves around the Madrigal family who live in the mountains of Colombia in a magical place called Encanto.

The magic of Encanto has been bestowed on every child in the family with a unique gift – every child except Mirabel, but she becomes the family’s last hope when she discovers that the magic surrounding Encanto is now in jeopardy.

The film stars John Leguizamo (who plays Bruno), Wilmer Valerama and Maluma.

The film was released in the United States on November 24, 2021.

The film was also a huge success: Encanto's soundtrack did well overall as it topped the Billboard 200 ratings, and the film was a huge success, grossing over $222 million worldwide.

The film was also a huge success: Encanto’s soundtrack did well overall as it topped the Billboard 200 ratings, and the film was a huge success, grossing over $222 million worldwide.

Disney animated films have a history of producing bestselling songs.

Previous Disney works include “A Whole New World” from the movie Aladdin. It was sung by Bebo Bryson and Regina Bell and took first place in 1993.

Then there was Elton John’s Can You Feel the Love Tonight. That was for The Lion King and she ranked number four in 1994.

Colors of the Wind by Vanessa Williams was also a hit. That was for the 1995 movie Pocahontas. It reached number four.

Frozen in the past: Let It Go from the animated classic Frozen only reached fifth place, while We Don’t Talk About Bruno ranked fourth.

We’re not talking about Bruno not getting nominated for an Academy Award because he wasn’t presented.

Instead, the Spanish-language song Dos Orguitas was introduced.

It’s on the 15-contestant shortlist for Best Original Song, which members of the Music Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences took from a longer list of 84 eligible songs.

On February 8, the list will be shortened to 15 eligible songs.

The winner will be revealed on March 27th.

The Final: It’s the second song from a Disney movie to ever reach number one. The last time it happened was in 1993 with the Aladdin song “A Whole New World” from Bebo Bryson and Regina Bell.

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