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Anderson Cooper after he appeared to be caught off guard when a song from “The Phantom of the Opera” began playing at a Donald Trump rally in South Dakota.
The reaction came while Cooper, 56, was speaking live to CNN’s senior national correspondent Kyung Lah when the ominous notes of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical — which recently — as well as a high-pitched scream can be heard blasting throughout the auditorium.
Reacting to the sudden change in music, Cooper can be seen struggling to focus on Lah, who continues to power through her segment unperturbed.
“Is that,” interrupts Cooper, unable to keep a straight face. “I’m sorry, is that ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ soundtrack playing?”
Cracking a smile, Lah confirmed that it was indeed “Phantom.”
“It is indeed,” laughed Lah, 52. “We’ve heard Bocelli. We’ve heard Sinéad O’Connor. It’s been a different sort of playlist this evening.”
“I’m sure Sinéad O’Connor would have been thrilled,” quipped Cooper referring to the Irish singer and songwriter who and once that she believed Trump, 77, “is actually a Satanist.”
Cooper eventually cuts the conversation short claiming the music was “overpowering.”
Since being posted, the video has received nearly 2 million views.
The Post reached out to Andrew Lloyd Webber for comment.
Several TikTokers found the video very entertaining.
“Something about Anderson Cooper looking like a confused dog is just sending me,” laughed one user.
“Sinead O’Connor would be pissed,” stated a second user.
“The weirdest Trump fact is that he is famously obsessed with Andrew Lloyd Webber,” giggled a third person.
Friday’s rally was not the first time the Republican frontrunner has gone past “The Point of No Return” and used music without the artist’s approval.
In 2020,Trump was , 75, demanding that he stop using the song “Memory” from his infamous musical “Cats.”
Trump was issued similar letters by the Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Tom Petty’s estate, Rihanna and Panic! at the Disco.
Webber once asked the former president not to attend the 2015 opening of his musical “School of Rock” despite Trump’s insistence on attending, .
“He wanted to come to the opening of ‘School of Rock,’ and actually I managed to persuade him not to come,” Webber said to the theater news site. “When we opened over a year ago, I really, genuinely wondered whether he thought any of this was going to happen. I said, ‘Look, the kids, it’s their night, you’re so famous, don’t you think it would be good to just [not come]?’ “