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This fortnight’s Video Picks are handed over to our exclusive competition with the internet sensation Miranda Sings' upcoming London concerts. We’re inviting readers to demonstrate how well they can out-Miranda Miranda by sharing video clips of themselves murdering some of their own favourite show tunes in true Miranda fashion.

The winner of the competition – as judged by the lady herself – will be invited to join Miranda on stage at the 3 June 2010 performance for a special duet in front of the live theatre audience! They’ll also receive a pair of free tickets to the show, as will five runners-up. And all other entrants will get access to a special ticket offer to see the show for just £10 (normally £15); what more could you want?

So if you think you’ve got what it takes, get your tuning fork out and pitch up 2 notes higher! Take a look at some of Miranda’s recent videos for inspiration, then enter yourself (and view your competition) at http://video.whatsonstage.com

  • Here she is Defying Gravity…. and pitch!

  • She definitely feels pretty here, I’m not sure she sounds so witty or bright!

  • She might not make royalty but she’s certainly Queen of YouTube.

  • And for those people who weren’t quite sure, Miranda, real name Colleen Ballinger, actually packs a punch on the real vocals. Here’s a clip of here performing Jason Robert Brown’s Climbing Uphill.

    Selections by David Grewcock. You can view
    these – & many more – clips on tvision.whatsonstage.com.
    If you've seen something you think is worth a watch for theatregoers,
    then please email us the clip or a link to it.
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