Les Miserables Will Be a MiniseriesCan you hear the TV addicts sing? Les Miserables has been a titanic novel, a Tony-winning musical and a star-studded film—now it’s getting the miniseries treatment. Weinstein Television and the BBC will join forces to bring the six-part adaptation to the small screen, according to Variety. That’s two miniseries announcements that have got us stoked this week! Let the dreamcasting commence!Sara Bareilles Recovering from SurgeryLeave it to sweet-as-pie Sara Bareilles to stay positive while recovering from surgery. The Tony-nominated Waitress composer recently shared an Instagram post revealing that she had a fibroid removed from her uterus—but that hasn’t stopped her from taking silly selfies and spreading good vibes. “Surgery sucks, but helpers and families are amazing, nurses are angels, and doctors are wizards,” she wrote. “Hope this finds you seeking some joy or handing some out to somebody else. We could all use a slice of that.” Get well soon, Sara! Barbra Streisand(Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images) Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed from today. Babs May Pull a Taylor Swift on TourWe know you’re already excited for Barbra Streisand’s upcoming Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway album, which will hit earbuds on August 26. She’s graced us with sneak-peek collaborations with stars like Jamie Foxx, Daisy Ridley and Anne Hathaway, and Broadway alums Hugh Jackman and Alec Baldwin are also on tap to join Babs on the album. She recently sat down with Mario Lopez on Extra to reveal that she’ll be bringing a few of those starry friends of hers onstage during her forthcoming concert tour. What do you think of that, L.A.?! Watch the full interview below. View Comments London Will Fall in Love with Sleepless in SeattleSleepless In Seattle is heading to the London stage. Based on Nora Ephron’s romantic 1993 classic starring Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks, the musical comedy will bow at the Lyric at Theatre Royal Plymouth from March 25, 2017 through April 15, 2017. The show received its world premiere at California’s Pasadena Playhouse in 2013; at that time, it was reported a transfer to London was in the works. Casting will be announced at a later date.P.S. The Rocky Horror Picture Show trailer is here! Watch Annaleigh Ashford, Laverne Cox and the rest of the fishnet-clad cast get fans totally amped for the musical event’s Fox broadcast this October.