Florence Welch Sobs After Seeing Her Song Used In Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 3

Florence Welch, lead singer of Florence and the Machine, broke down in tears when she saw her song used in “Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3.” Welch, who describes herself as “superhero obsessed,” was overcome with emotion when the character danced to one of her most famous songs, “Dog Days Are Over.”

In a heartwarming TIkTok clip, Welch can be seen watching the latest installment in the James Gunn-directed Marvel movie. At one point, all the Guardians of the Galaxy begin dancing to her hit song, and the artist is completely overwhelmed with emotion. She sobs through happy laughter, unable to believe the song’s inclusion.

“Dog Days Are Over” may have come out all the way back in 2008, but it’s just as beloved by fans in 2023 as it ever was. It’s one of the last tracks that’s heard in the new “Guardians” movie and it’s a moment that Florence Welch won’t soon forget.

@florence

So I cried all the way through this movie but when the The Guardians of the Galaxy started dancing to Dog Days I really lost it. Thank you so much for all the love for this moment. The superhero obsessed little girl in me can’t believe it happened ♥️ x

♬ Dog Days Are Over – Florence + The Machine

“So I cried all the way through this movie but when The Guardians of the Galaxy started dancing to ‘Dog Days’ I really lost it,” she wrote in the caption of her TikTok video. “Thank you so much for all the love for this moment. The superhero-obsessed little girl in me can’t believe it happened ♥️ x.”

And it seems like Welch isn’t the only one who was thrilled with the song’s use in the movie. Several fans remarked that it convinced them to go and buy a ticket to see the film now that they know they’ll hear Florence and the Machine.

“The moment I heard the start of the song I yelled FLORENCE in the middle of the cinema hahahaha,” one person remarked. A second added: “I was not expecting this song at the end, made me cry even more!” How amazing is that?!

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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