Mariska Hargitay, the talented star of "Law & Order: SVU," recently showcased another one of her hidden talents on social media.
In an Instagram video posted on April 10, the 59-year-old actress revealed her singing skills by serenading Broadway icon and "SVU" guest star Betty Buckley. With a touch of vulnerability, Hargitay encouraged her followers to face their fears.
Buckley, 75, is a renowned Broadway singer who even won a Tony Award for her role in the original Broadway production of "Cats." She has made multiple guest appearances on "Law & Order: SVU" throughout the years. In the 2000s, she portrayed a defense attorney in three episodes, and in 2021, she assumed the role of Trial Division Chief Lorraine Maxwell. The bond between Hargitay and Buckley is undeniably sweet. Buckley shared an Instagram selfie with Hargitay last August, captioning it, "Saying goodbye to our divine Mariska. Till next time."
Their connection and mutual admiration shine through in all their interactions. Fans of both Hargitay and Buckley will be thrilled to know that Buckley is set to reprise her role as Lorraine Maxwell in the upcoming 19th episode of Season 24, titled "Bend the Law." It's always a treat to see these two talented women on screen together. Mariska Hargitay continues to surprise and inspire her fans with her multifaceted talents.
With her infectious spirit and charm, Hargitay reminds us all to conquer our fears and pursue our passions, no matter how daunting they may seem.