Karaoke blogring! HECK YES.

It’s a little after midnight, and I’m oh-so-giddy because I’m participating in the Karaoke Blogring of 20-Something Bloggers– this month’s theme: SHOW TUNES.

…I have to admit I’m not really a fan of show tunes. Had to say it. Maybe it’s the phrase itself that makes me meh about the whole thing, but that was irrelevant for me today, because I had too much fun participating. I’m hosting Risha from You Can Read Me Anything for the second time on my blog! Risha, my sweet, do you have this thing rigged? I’d go for someone with more followers if I were you, but I’m SO glad you’re coming back! You guys are going to love Risha. HER ACCENT WILL MAKE YOU LOVE HER.

Risha is stupendous. Below, she performs for us a classic from The Sound of Music. I love that movie– I remember my grandma sent it to me for my 7th birthday. I put it on during my birthday party sleepover and watched the whole thing with my mom and got PISSED at all the girls there who had gotten bored, wandered off to my room, and broke things in my closet. IT’S THE SOUND OF MUSIC. RESPECT.

Anyway. I, too, did a karaoke video. I enjoyed it thoroughly. Embarrassingly thoroughly. I strongly encourage you to check out my rendition of “The Circle of Life” at wonderful Jessica’s blog, Jes Getting Started. Like me, Jes lives in Baltimore. So we are now best friends.

Enough of my babbling– enjoy Risha’s heartwarming performance of the doe-a-deer-a-female-deer song. (What’s it called?)

Karaoke Blogring 2 from r n/a on Vimeo.

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Comments

  1. You are so stinkin’ cute!!!

    Loved the song choice, loved you. Thank you for organizing the crazy. 🙂

  2. We used to say, doe a deer–I feel my rear, woooo!

    Great job, I love the little kids and you sing with such expression. I can see a mini Risha perched in front of the TV singing her little heart out. Awwwwwe!

  3. Your accent makes everything sound good! If Julie Andrews ever sees your version she will probably be glad you weren’t around at the time to audition for her role.

  4. That. was. awesome.

    The whole two part thing. Genius 😉

  5. oh my gosh! you’re adorable. I could listen to you talk all day!

  6. Adorable! You made my childhood memory better!

  7. Haha, thanks everyone, you’re all too kind!

    I guess I shouldn’t put up the bloopers for this one, huh?

    Cassie, I really should rig this stuff. Your readers are super nice.. great for my ego 😉 xx

  8. Ahh, you know I didn’t even think about the Sound of Music, that was a good choice. Good job, Risha 🙂

  9. I would never have left you and your mum’s side. That party sounds similar to my movie watching experiences. Say… would you like to have a Sound of Music party? We could even make dresses from old curtains.

  10. Oh man Risha, you are like the COOLEST chick ever.

    Loved this. You are awesomeness.

  11. Bravo dear Risha, that was spectacular.

  12. You are amazing! I love the sound of music even more now! xx

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