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Mc Phee was cast (during the time she had dropped out of college and was auditioning in Los Angeles) in a mall-based MTV soap opera pilot, You Are Here, playing the older sister of a more popular younger sister.MTV never aired the pilot and did not pick up the series.In 2005, Mc Phee was persuaded by eventual husband Nick Cokas and her parents to try out for the television series competition American Idol.She auditioned in San Francisco and sang "God Bless the Child", originally performed by Billie Holiday, and was selected to be a participant in the fifth season, which aired in 2006.Studio Tenn’s production of Grease will take place at the Jamison Theater at the Factory at Franklin May 10–27.“I couldn’t be more ecstatic about working alongside my beautiful, talented wife again,” Young said in a statement.
Peisha Mc Phee recognized her daughter's musical talent and decided to train her.The musical by Christine Rea and Rick Briskin, directed by Michael Schiralli, had a sold-out run at the Rahway, New Jersey theater last season, getting a boost of attention from critics and ticket sales.Rea, the creator and lead producer, called De Garmo and Young “powerhouse vocalists and they’re charming people who will knock the pop/rock vocals out of the park and deliver on the comic, whimsical demands” of the show, a musical in the vein of follows pop star Jacqueline Miller as she headlines her first national tour and returns to her hometown to kick off the gala re-opening of her beloved Windy City Skates.TRY PLAYBILL JOBS NOW De Garmo has been seen on Broadway in Hair and Hairspray. For ticket information, visit Studio or call (615) 541-8200."Ryan [Seacrest] handed me a mic and I had tunnel vision," he recalled. My biggest fear was that the ring would fall out of the case and roll into the audience.