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creates the most successful parody of the world of YouTube . Since 2009, in addition to her internet videos, Ballinger has regularly presented live comedy acts, in character as Miranda Sings, at first in cabaret spaces and later in theaters in New York, London, and other cities in the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and elsewhere. This Chandelier Spoof Is the Crowning Achievement of Music Video Parodies!", PerezHilton.com, August 12, 2014 ^ "Miranda Sings ALL of Into the Woods", Playbill, January 12, 2015 ^ Davies, Hannah J. felt it was their duty to point out how woefully untalented [Miranda] was, in the most horrific ways. In the live comedy acts, Ballinger begins the show as herself and then transforms onstage into Miranda.[40] Miranda typically sings pop hits and some musical theatre songs in her signature off-key style (one reviewer called this "deranged versions duly delivered with gawky, gurning panache"[41]); gives "voice lessons" or acting lessons to Broadway or West End stars, such as Sutton Foster, Andrew Rannells, and Shoshana Bean,[42] to Broadway casts of shows such as Billy Elliot (to which cast she also gave dance and acting "lessons") and Rock of Ages,[14] and to pop stars such as Ariana Grande[43] and Tori Kelly,[44] in which she is hypercritical of the stars' performances, often telling them that they should leave show-business; sings one or more duets with established (and bemused) musical theatre singers;[45] indignantly reads hate mail (bleeping out any profanity) that she has received on her YouTube channel and other social media; interacts with audience volunteers; uses projected presentations containing terrible spelling; and sometimes improvises a song based on audience suggestions. "Coming soon to the Kennedy Center: More reasons to laugh?", The Washington Post, November 18, 2015; "Miranda Sings: Saturday, April 23, 2016", The Kennedy Center, accessed April 23, 2016 ^ "3rd Annual Wild West Comedy Festival Wraps in Nashville", BroadwayWorld.com, May 23, 2016; and Leahey, Andrew. Ballinger, the genius behind Miranda, is so convincing in the role, you . comical banter that relied heavily on audience participation . "YouTube Channel Miranda Sings to Debut Comedy Special on Vimeo", The Hollywood Reporter, November 17, 2015; and Miranda Sings: Selp Helf, Vimeo, November 16, 2015 ^ Jackson, Angie.

 

"Is Miranda Sings a Champion for the Oddball Inside All of Us?", Baffle that Bully, July 10, 2014 ^ McLaughlin, Rhett james and Charles Lincoln Neal III. "Sean Turi Features Colleen Ballinger & Miranda Sings", YouTube, April 1, 2013 ^ "BC/EFA Easter Bonnet Performance Part 2 Miranda at the Easter Bonnet Competition", BroadwayWorld.com, May 4, 2009, accessed September 2, 2014 ^ "Miranda/Miranda Audition . 2009 "How to Get a Boyfriend: The Musical". "Miranda Sings at the Lobero in Santa Barbara", Lobero.com, January 10, 2014 ^ a b Siegel, Ben. The character has appeared in web series, interviews and an episode of the TV show Victorious. Miranda Sings)", Nigahiga; "The Photobooth Challenge (ft. "Glamour Editors Answer the Top 10 Most Googled Fashion Questions of 2015", Glamour magazine, December 16, 2015 ^ "Our Favorite YouTube Stars", TV Guide, accessed July 19, 2014 ^ Rees, Katrina. Presidential Debate!", Miranda Sings channel at YouTube.com, October 4, 2012 ^ "Dance Chat Episode #1 with Miranda Sings, Sam Wasson & Marko Panzic", YouTube, November 21, 2013 ^ "Unlimited", Old Navy, YouTube, September 30, 2014, accessed February 24, 2016 ^ Best, Katelyn. "My Day. "YouTube Gives Fame to Miranda Sings", Guardian Liberty Voice, Clark County, Nevada, June 29, 2014 ^ a b "Stage Tube: 'Miranda Sings' Visits Clevver TV", Broadway World, November 4, 2009 ^ a b c d Ballinger, Colleen.

 

^ a b Haden, Tyler. everyone is watching more music and singing more because everyone wants to be more like me."[11] As the Miranda character matured, its popularity grew especially with younger audiences of the Glee generation, with most of those attending her concerts being teenagers or in their twenties.[107] Ballinger says that she gets the most satisfaction from her live performances.[108][109]. Red Deer Advocate, January 14, 2011; Bell, Matt. Pinterest is using cookies to help give you the best experience we can. 37 ^ Klima, Jeff. "Miranda Sings Kicks Off Ten Date UK Tour", NewMediaRockstars.com, November 5, 2014 ^ "'Miranda Sings' Returns to Rrazz Room October 9". .. 25 Colleen Ballinger (Miranda Sings)", Interview of Ballinger at 46:10 and 50:00, Ear Biscuits, Soundcloud.com, March 31, 2014 ^ Also shown is Ballinger's sister, Rachel Ballinger, who appeared in the live Miranda shows as Miranda's "assistant" in 20132015 and was, at times, employed by Ballinger to run Miranda's onstage video and props and to assist with Miranda tours and other engagements. Miranda Sings is a fictional character, developed on the Internet, created in 2008 and portrayed by American comedian, actress and YouTube personality Colleen Ballinger.[1] Ballinger displays videos of the comically talentless, egotistical, misguided and quirky character on her YouTube channel. Since 2008, Ballinger has posted more than 500 videos as the character Miranda Sings on the YouTube channel of the same name.[9][10] The character is a satire of bad, but egotistical, singers who post internet videos of themselves singing in hopes of breaking into show-business, despite the realistic or cruel comments of "haters" who comment on their videos.

 

"Miranda Sings, Leicester Square Theatre, September 9, 2013", BroadwayWorld, September 10, 2013; Moore, James. You would never say that stuff to someone's face, but you can type anything online."[1][14] TheaterJones commented that "perhaps because the Internet is some crazy postmodern distortion of reality, people . Ballinger begins a Miranda show as herself in 2014 . Terribly: An Unlikely Rise to Stardom", APU Life, Spring '12 issue, May 30, 2012 ^ a b c "Comedian Colleen Ballinger bringing hit Internet character Miranda Sings to CCRI", Community College of Rhode Island, March 14, 2013, accessed February 14, 2016 ^ Roberts, Kayleigh. she worked off everything the volunteers said and did, improvising and creating punchlines on the spot. "Jerry Seinfeld Talks to YouTube Star Colleen Ballinger About Why the Internet Is Better Than TV", Vulture, New York Magazine, November 27, 2014 ^ Wilstein, Matt. Contents 1 Description 1.1 YouTube videos 1.2 Live comedy act, early years 1.3 Live comedy act, 2013 to present 1.4 Haters Back Off 2 Genesis of the character 3 Other activities 4 Reception 5 References 6 External links . As the popularity of the character increased, Ballinger was able to book longer sell-out runs of her live comedy acts at larger and larger venues including, in 2013, a six-performance run at the Leicester Square Theatre in London,[63] seven performances in Australia,[64] and, in 2014, a performance at the Best Buy Theater in New York City[65] and, among other theatres, three shows in London's Cadogan Hall.[41] A Buffalo, New York reviewer explained the shows' appeal: "Miranda's stage show a quixotic blend of melodramatic pathos, lightning-speed wit and cultural literacy is no mere . cf4ac695ea

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