Kristin Chenoweth will perform for the television show “Dancing with the stars” which will air next Monday and Tuesday. For the Monday show she will sing remakes of “Maybe This Time” and “I Could Have Danced all Night” and on Tuesday she will present to the public one of her own pieces from her album “Some Lessons Learned”.
Recently, Chenoweth has been nominated for the second time for an Emmy award, this time for her work as April Rhodes in “Glee”. Her previous nomination turned out to be a winner as she took home the Emmy award for her part as Olive Snook in “Pushing Daisies”. Her acknowledgement as an actress doesn’t stop here though.
She won a Tony award for her role in the Broadway musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and she has been nominated for her performance as Glinda the Good Witch from “Wicked”.
Chenoweth decided to pursue a career in music and dedicated herself to her first country music album. The invitation to perform on the “Dancing with the Stars” show will give the public the chance to judge her hard work.
Seems like the show’s producers are set to spoil the country music fans this season, since the same week of Dancing with the Stars brings the performance of yet another talented country singer, Martina McBride. She will have only one appearance though and will performer separately from Chenoweth. Martina will sing her newest single “I’m Gonna Love You Through It” on Tuesday night, as such promoting her latest album “Eleven”.
McBride singing career includes nine studio albums, a greatest hits one, a “live” performances one and a Christmas compilation. Over the years, she received a RIAA Gold Certification for seven of her albums, sold over 14 million albums in the States and became the “Female Vocalist of the Year” of Country Music Association four times, as well as “Top Female Vocalist” of the Academy of Country Music three times.