Another tag! This time the lovely Chanelle (a fellow Kiwi!) from Chanelle Hayley nominated me. She is a beauty/lifestyle blogger among other things and I thoroughly recommend you check her out 🙂
I hope you get to learn something new about me with each of these!
Here we go.
- Thank the person who nominated you.
- Answer the 11 questions.
- Tag 11 people.
- Give them 11 questions to answer.
Here are Chanelle’s questions:
- Do you have any tattoos? If not, do you want any?
I do not yet, but that’ll change next Saturday! I’m getting my first tattoo, and I’m so excited and nervous!
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Okay, so my kryptonite is musicals. I’ve seen a lot of them, especially the newer ones. I’ve always loved music, and I wish I had that level of singing and dancing skills, but for now I’m happy to just jump around and sing along. I watched a few while I was away, because we had downtime, and why not?
I’m going to exclude some from this list as I don’t technically count them as musicals. That is Disney, Broadway shows (I seriously still can’t stop listening to Hamilton), movies where the characters sing only on karaoke or on stage (it’s not quite the same), and television shows (go watch Galavant, it’s brilliant). Okay, here we go.
So here’s my list of musicals that I have watched many times and still listen to the songs on a regular basis. I will narrow it down to five, because even with the restrictions I put, this list could go on forever.
The Last Five Years (2015)
I stumbled across “I Can Do Better than That” on tumblr and I really liked the song. So I did some digging and found where it came from. On first viewing, I was a little bored. But I listened to the soundtrack and got addicted to the songs. I also love the concept of the timeline. The musical starts with Cathy at the end of the relationship, and then Jamie at the beginning. Cathy goes backwards through the relationship through song, Jamie goes forward and the only time they meet up to sing together is when they get married.
Favourite song: “Goodbye Until Tomorrow/I Could Never Rescue You”
Honorary Mentions: “See I’m Smiling” “Shiksa Goddess” “A Summer in Ohio” “I Can Do Better than That” – Okay, so I love a lot of the songs on the soundtrack, I struggled trying to narrow it down.
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