Special DOL Exclusive Sneak Peak of Hannah Waddingham Bringing Down the House at Michael Bublé's Christmas in the City
I'm out of work this week due to a breakthrough COVID case, and honestly, it's been a struggle to contain my excitement.
When I found out last Thursday, I was not in the same place that I am right now (still having some nasty phlegm situation and general fatigue, but it's so much better than before) and am like 99.8% sure this won't kill me (I am vaxxed, but being a fat/fuck in terrible shape cannot help my cause).
Now I have a legitimate excuse to sleep in and not teach children who'd rather abuse me with markers and pocket change. It's basically a free week vacation to focus on writing and maybe even send in some samples. My breakthrough is a straight-up blessing in disguise.
That being said, my sleep schedule is a tad askew at the moment. I didn't wake up for good until 1:00 pm, and now it's past 5 and absolutely pitch black. I have an idea for a blog breaking down NFL QBs by their off the field tendencies, but with MNF kicking off in three hours, I might not have enough time to finish, so I went to Reddit to see what's going on on the internet streets for blog topics and came across a clip from tonight's upcoming Michael Bublé Christmas Special. (It airs at 10 pm on NBC...which seems like odd timing, you'd think this would air closer to Christmas; not head-to-head with the biggest Monday Night Football matchup in years)
It's barely 30 seconds long, which is about how long I'd last with Hannah in that dress, but my GOD, Ms. Welton's voice is even more incredible than I remember. Ted Lasso fans have gotten a glimpse into her vocal prowess, but man, oh man, what a set---of pipes on Hannah Waddingham.
I'm sure the Bublé special will be fine, but Hannah Waddingham already is. Her arms make Michelle Obama look like Honey Boo Boo's mom. The defending Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy winner needs to capitalize on her success and drop a Christmas album. I'm gonna have to DVR this in hopes of getting more than 35 seconds of her talents. I LOVE Hannah Waddingam. 47 is the new 33. What a voice.
No spoilers, but we already got to see Ms. Welton sing this. Hopefully, she sings more than just this one song at the Bublé special, but...again, her own Christmas album would solve this issue. Don't ever say Ole Dozo isn't an idea man.
Why I'll always be a Michael Bublé guy: