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North West debuts on stage, gets standing ovation at Hollywood Bowl concert



North West is following in the footsteps of her famous folks Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, making her Hollywood Bowl debut at the venue’s live “Lion King” anniversary concert.

The 10-year-old first-born of the reality star, 43, and the controversial rapper, 46, got a standing ovation Friday evening when she performed “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” at the star-studded “Disney’s The Lion King 30th Anniversary: A Live-to-Film Concert Event,” according to TMZ and video circulating on social media.

As seen in footage making the rounds, members of North’s family — including her dad, grandma Kris Jenner, aunt Kourtney Kardashian and uncle Travis Barker — were in the crowd and stood to applaud. North was one of two special guests, alongside entertainer Jennifer Hudson.

The event featured alumni from the 1994 Oscar-winning film, including Nathan Lane, Jeremy Irons and Ernie Sabella, who originated the roles of Timon, Scar and Pumbaa, respectively. Billy Eichner, who played Timon in the 2019 remake, was also featured.

In February, North made her rapping debut in a music video for her father’s song, “Talking / Once Again,” off his “Vultures” album.

The following month, she announced her debut album, “Elementary School Dropout” — a nod to West’s Grammy-winning 2004 debut “The College Dropout” — and gave what was believed to be her first on-camera interview.

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