the sound of music
This is so sad. Charmian Carr, of ‘The Sound Of Music’ fame, has passed away due to complications related to dementia. She was 73. Today, fans are remembering her as the beloved character Liesl Von Trapp, with some beautiful tributes on Twitter. Check out their messages below!
The hills are alive with the sound of projectile vomit as the world’s worst wedding announcement has come from a Von Trapp family great-grandson. Keep reading for what Nathaniel Peters did that has made him the subject of total internet ridicule.
Normally wedding announcements are things of happiness and bliss, recalling the charm of how a couple fell in love and ended up down the aisle. But for Nathaniel Peters — a great-grandson of Georg and Maria Von Trapp made famous from The Sound of Music — and his new wife Barbara Jane Sloan, their tale of love is so hipster and cringe inducing it has made them the joke of the internet. Keep reading for why New York Times readers couldn’t help but pour scorn upon the happy couple.
Grab your lederhosen! Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, the original stars of ‘The Sound of Music,’ have gotten together to mark the film’s 50th anniversary, and we can’t help singing to the mountain tops!
Do re mi fa so la di dooooo! The Sound of Music‘s original Maria, Julie Andrews, 79, and the original Captain Von Trapp, Christopher Plummer, 85, are together again! To honor the film’s 50th (!) anniversary, a screening of the 1965 film was held at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Mar. 26 and, for the sake of your musical-loving heart, you need to see the pic!
Lady Gaga’s ‘Sound of Music’ medley was definitely one of our ‘Favorite Things’ at the 2015 Oscars! And we weren’t the only ones who loved it. Tons of celebs took to Twitter to rave about Mama Monster’s tribute. See what they had to say right here!
Lady Gaga totally stole the show at the 2015 Oscars in Los Angeles on Feb. 22! The one-of-a-kind songstress blew everyone away with her medley of hits from The Sound of Music. From the legendary Julie Andrews herself, to Hailey Baldwin, to Jessie Tyler Ferguson, famous fans can’t stop raving about Gaga’s show-stopping performance!
The hills were alive at the 2015 Oscars on Feb. 22. Lady Gaga wowed us with a stellar performance of ‘The Sound Of Music,’ ‘My Favorite Things,’ ‘Edelweiss,’ and more while commemorating the 50th anniversary of ‘The Sound of Music.’ Did you also love it? Watch it here!
Lady Gaga gave one of the most stunning performances of the night during the 2015 Oscars on Feb. 22. She sang a medley of hits from the Academy Award-winning film, The Sound Of Music, as a tribute to celebrate the movie’s 50th anniversary.
Eleanor Parker, who was famous for her role as Baroness Elsa Schraeder in ‘The Sound of Music’, has died at age 91.
Oscar-nominated actress Eleanor Parker passed away on Dec. 9 due to complications from pneumonia, her family friend Richard Gale announced.
NBC’s live remake of ‘The Sound Of Music’ was the butt of a ton of jokes after it aired on Dec. 5. So of course ‘Saturday Night Live’ had to take their shots too, and they did on Dec. 7 with a skit featuring one of their most famous former cast members. Read on to watch!
Carrie Underwood‘s The Sound of Music aired on the same channel as Saturday Night Live, but that didn’t stop the comedy show from making fun of it on Dec. 7. With the help of former cast mate Kristen Wiig and one of her most famous characters, SNL pulled off a hilarious spoof of the ill-fated live remake.
Carrie dissers, would YOU have dared to step into Julie Andrews’ very famous nun’s habit and play Maria in a live remake of ‘The Sound of Music?’ I bet not. So stop sending nasty tweets to Carrie Underwood, who had the balls to take on the challenge!
Carrie Underwood, do NOT look at your Twitter mentions or read the reviews of the many blowhard TV critics who’ve lambasted your performance as Maria Von Trapp in NBC’s live version of The Sound of Music on Dec. 6.
The hills were alive last night, Dec. 5, when the country goddess took over NBC with a live performance of ‘The Sound Of Music.’ Now find out what the fans — including some celebs — thought about the once-in-a-lifetime TV event!
Carrie Underwood took one of her biggest risks yet on Dec. 5 when she starred in a remake of The Sound of Music alongside True Blood’s Stephen Moyer. Trying to remake a movie as widely-loved as the Julie Andrews classic, Carrie definitely had her work cut out for her — and the whole performance was live! But judging by reactions from celebs like Miranda Lambert, Cameron Diaz, and more stars, it seems like she actually pulled it off!
Read our thoughts on NBC’s latest musical undertaking, then drop a comment with your own review!
While no one could ever replace the legendary Julie Andrews, we have to admit, we totally fell in love with Carrie Underwood as Maria in NBC’s live Sound of Music production on Dec. 5. She may not have sported Miz Andrew’s iconic blonde bob, but Carrie still brought a sense of innocence and wonder to the role that kept us fully invested through the musical’s three-hour runtime.
Browse pics from NBC’s upcoming ‘Sound of Music’ presentation, then weigh in with your thoughts.
We still have to wait eight days to see Carrie Underwood “sing out” on NBC’s live presentation of The Sound of Music, but because the Peacock network loves us all so much, we’ve been given an early behind-the-scenes look at the highly anticipated event. NBC aired a “Making Of” special Nov. 27, taking viewers into rehearsals to see Carrie, Stephen Moyer and more stars in action.
The hills are alive! (No, not Lauren Conrad’s ‘Hills.’) The first official teaser for Carrie Underwood’s ‘The Sound of Music’ aired Nov. 7, and it looks like the cast is having a ball.
Everyone loves some classic holiday cheer, and this year, NBC is doing something very different with its old-school live production of The Sound of Music. With Carrie Underwood, 30, playing Maria and True Blood‘s sexy vamp Stephen Moyer taking on the role of Captain Von Trapp, it’s sure to be quite the spectacle.
The beloved singer, actress and author is turning 75 today! The Hollywood Hills are always alive with the sound of Julie Andrews!
By George, she’s still got it! Julie Andrews, who played the stage version of Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, has had one of the longest and most successful careers in Hollywood. From Mary Poppins to the Shrek franchise–and lets not forget about The Sound of Music— this superstar and mom of 5 has been on the Broadway stage and silver screen.