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Miranda Sings pokes fun at pop culture with her comedic covers and will have you rolling on the floor laughing with her one-liners. Don't miss this comedic wonder-woman perform LIVE! Buy your Miranda Sings tickets now!
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Miranda Sings Comedy Tickets

Miranda Sings is the brainchild of comedienne Colleen Ballinger and is known for her quirky renditions of popular songs like "Call Me Maybe," "Royals," "Look At Me Now," "Boyfriend," "California Gurls" and "Moves Like Jagger." Similar to the Janoskians  and other acts on the DigiTour, Ballinger creates terrible, but hilarious, covers of chart-topping singles, and she lends her alter-ego Miranda a bad case of narcissism and faulty comedic timing. Buy your Miranda Sings tickets today and enjoy a night with one of YouTube's funniest acts.

Ballinger can be seen making fun of pop culture as well. One of her most memorable webisodes reviews the 50 Shades of Grey phenomenon with horrible pronunciation and the literary analysis skills of a prude 80-year old woman. Miranda also likes to take on all her "haters," confronting the mass of Internet-surfers in typical Miranda style, using vocabulary in all the wrong contexts in an excruciatingly funny accent. Other famous clips include a discussion on gay marriage, opportunities for boyfriends to put makeup on their girlfriends, tips and suggestions for first dates, and holiday editions that only the strong of will can stomach.