Can you believe it? Christmas is coming again, soon, and I am so ready for some holiday cheer! What better way to do it than with some Charice style?
Last year, Charice got into the Christmas mood by recording on the “Very Special Christmas” 2009, Volume 7. That album included Miley Cyrus, Ashley Tisdale, Carrie Underwood, and Charice. And, as you may remember, Charice performed a duet with David Archuleta singing, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” Now, look what she has in store for us.
If you live in Southern California, then you gotta know this is prime Charice territory. Come November 20, at the Citadel Outlets near downtown Los Angeles, our very own Charice and 13-year-old Australian sensation, Cody Simpson, will be singing to celebrate the 9th annual Christmas Tree Lighting Show. That’s on a Saturday at 5 PM. I no longer live in SoCal, so I’m not going to be able to make it. A personal request to all the L.A. Chasters: please take good video and then upload. Let us all share in the festivities.
As you likely already know, this isn’t the only holiday event with Charice in attendance.
December 4, Charice will be in Buffalo, New York for the 2010 Kissmas Bash for radio Kiss 98.5 at the HSBC Arena. Put on your “Kiss” face for Maroon 5, Neon Trees, Kelly Rowland, Kevin Rudolph, Miranda Cosgrove and our lovable Charice. Show starts at 6 PM. Better buy your tickets early. For more information, check out: Kissmas Bash 2010 Featuring Charice.
December 7, Charice will be in Columbus, Ohio for the 2010 WNCI 97.9 Jingle Ball. For the past couple of years, the Jingle Ball has been outrageous, with the likes of Kate Perry, Natasha Beddingfield, and Nick Lachey. This year is destined to be even better, with Train, Mike Posner and, of course, Charice. Want to know more? Then lead your browser to Jingle Ball 2010.
Likely Charice already has her repertoire picked out for these events, but don’t you have a Christmas song you’d love her to sing? Here’s your chance to let her know how you feel. Come on! Take a few seconds to give your opinion. And you know it’s better to give than receive — except when it’s receiving those lovely notes from Charice.
By Carl Martin, charicemania.com