Cam performs ‘Uptown Funk’ to help Ryan Seacrest launch new Seacrest Studios in D.C.

Cam and Lucy Hale help Ryan Seacrest
Ryan Seacrest, Cam, Lucy Hale, Katie Ledecky, and Robin Thicke help open new Seacrest Studios – November 6, 2015 – Photo via

Cam, along with Lucy Hale, Olympic Gold Medalist Katie Ledecky, and Robin Thicke, joined Ryan Seacrest earlier this month at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington D.C. to help open his ninth Seacrest Studios.

While taking part in the studio’s first broadcast, Cam decided to get a little funky by performing  Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson‘s upbeat Uptown Funk.

Check it out.

Seacrest Studios is a pretty cool project that provides children’s hospitals with a closed-circuit television and radio station that broadcasts entertainment programming throughout the hospital. It also allows patients to learn about broadcasting.

From Seacrest Studios:

We build broadcast media centers, named Seacrest Studios, in pediatric hospitals for patients to explore the creative realms of Radio, Television and New Media, that will aid in the healing process for children and their families during their stay.

We collaborate with local journalism schools providing patients/students with firsthand experience (through an internship program) in broadcasting, programming and operating a multimedia center.

Seacrest Studios are used to provide a variety of programming to the patients in the hospitals, whether they are physically in studio or watching through a closed-circuit network from their in-room TV screen.

This particular Seacrest Studio is located inside the Children’s National Main Atrium at the Sheikh Zayed Campus for Advanced Children’s Medicine.

You can read more and find more pictures of Cam and Lucy Hale’s Seacrest Studios visit here

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More Lucy Hale news here.

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