‘Galavant’ season 2, episode 1 video: See Kylie Minogue’s musical number!

Galavant -One of the great things about the first season of “Galavant” on ABC was how the producers were able to, rather impressively, assemble a wide array of notable talent and big names you wouldn’t expect to see in a medieval musical comedy. Take, for example, Ricky Gervais, John Stamos, Hugh Bonneville, or the latest example in Kylie Minogue.

In the new sneak peek below (via “Entertainment Tonight”), you can specifically see Minogue’s character do her part to turn Galavant (Joshua Sasse) into her version of one of a hunky bartender. The song seems to be entitled “Off with His Shirt,” and the lyric really speaks for itself when it comes to the message of the song. While Galavant is put through his paces, an overly / hilarious eager Richard (Timothy Omundson) watches and even proclaims at one point that he should be carried around. It’s nice to see that Richard hasn’t changed much since losing almost all of his power.

Early indications are that season 2 is going to be every bit as wacky and fun as the one that came before it, and our hope at the moment is merely that viewers remember to check it out Sunday night at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time. With the Golden Globes not until the next week, there’s really no incentive to not want to watch the show. Heck, there’s really not that much in the way of meaningful NFL action out there either unless you’re desperate to watch the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings play each other.

We’re going to have further news all about “Galavant” over the course of the upcoming weekend. Stay tuned!

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