Miranda Sings Tickets
Miranda Sings, the widely loved Internet character, is the brainchild of the American comedian, singer and actress Colleen Ballinger. Miranda Sings was created in 2008 and since then Ballinger has uploaded over five hundred videos on her YouTube channels; Miranda Sings and Psychosoprano. Both of these have more than two and a half million subscribers combined. Over the years, she has appeared in many television shows, commercials, movies and hosted events. Ballinger has also received a nomination for ‘Choice Web Star: Comedy’ at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards for her creation Miranda Sings. On September 28, 2017, Miranda made her fans ecstatic by announcing that she has released a new skit on her YouTube channel. She announced this news by tweeting, “$1 lipstick vs. $100 lipstick. Go watch it now. Leve a comment.” She is now out on a worldwide tour visiting major cities in the US. So grab Miranda Sings tickets and have a fun filled night with your loved ones.
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Miranda Sings is the internet persona of the American comedian Colleen Ballinger. She created Sings in 2008 based on the girls she knew at her college’s performance department. These were girls who believed they were talented when in reality they were just mediocre or even bad singers, like Miranda Sings. She is a homeschooled girl who lives in Tacoma, Washington with her mother and uncle. She believes herself to be extremely famous all around the world because of her videos and supposed talents.
Her obsession with show business is evident from her statements, songs and acts. Her YouTube videos consist of pop music covers sung in an off key comical style. She also introduces snippets about her back story within the songs to let her fans (Mirfandas) know more about her.
Her appearance is highly theatrical with overly active eyebrows, bright red off-border lipstick and a crooked smile she describes as a ‘side smirk’. Her head is always cocked to one side and her fashion statement is out of style but strictly in line with the song she is performing. She emphasizes on the hard ‘g’ in pronunciation while using malapropisms and spoonerisms amply.
Her YouTube channels, MirandaSings and Psychosporano, enjoy well over two million subscribers who have viewed her videos more than three hundred million times. In her videos, she collaborates with other YouTubers to perform duets with renowned singers and instrumentalists.
She hit overnight stardom when her video “Free Voice Lessons” brought in heavy traffic on the website. For the video, she was widely acclaimed by Broadway and theatre actors such as Frankie Grande, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Noel Sullivan, Jon Lee and others.
Sings considers herself as a five sided threat to showbiz personalities as she excels at singing, acting, dancing, modeling and as of 2010, also at magic tricks. Her YouTube videos have made her one of the 100 most influential YouTubers. Her channel MiranaSings ranks at number seven on the list of top comedy channels on the website.
Over the years, Miranda Sings has ventured out of her cocoon and made appearances on television and movies. She had a role in the comedy film Varla Jean and the Mushroomheads which hit cinemas in 2012. Her television appearances include Nickelodeon’s Victorious, The Tonight Show, an Old Navy back to school commercial and the web series Dr. Fubalous among others.
She guest starred on the web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with the star host Jerry Seinfeld. The season five episode was titled ‘Happy Thanksgiving Miranda’ and was appreciated with over a million views. Seinfeld later lauded Sings as “a very well-developed character” that was loved by people of all ages.
Sings has also taken charge at notable events in her home country. She surprised everyone when she hosted the Nightlife Awards and presented the CYT Director’s Choice Awards in 2010. She has also provided her hosting skills for many charity and philanthropic events.
Colleen Ballinger has been performing on stage as Miranda Sings for a few years now. Her shows have taken her far and wide across the States and beyond the Atlantic and the Pacific. Her performances at theatres in London and at Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2014 were sold out soon after the announcement. This led her on a kingdom-wide tour in the UK. Her current tour is now bringing her to numerous venues in the US and worldwide. So grab Miranda Sings tickets and enjoy her show.
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Currently the average price for Miranda Sings tickets is $113. The date and location for this event is 22-Sep-18 at Musco Center for the Arts - Chapman University, Orange. The minimum get-in price for Miranda Sings tickets is $113.
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A:Yes! The famous YouTube personality and Teen Choice Award winner, Miranda Sings is scheduled to perform a concert in Cleveland. That show will take place live at the Connor Palace Theatre on May 6, 2018. Our certified brokers currently have the Miranda Sings tickets for that show and they are selling them on our website at an average price of $376 at the moment.
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Q:What's Miranda Sings real name?
A:The real name of Miranda Sings is Colleen Ballinger. She is an esteemed comedian, singer, YouTube personality and actress. Ballinger is the winner of a Streamy Award and has also appeared in multiple television shows including, 'The Tonight Show,' 'The View' and 'The Grace Helbig Show.'