Kristin Chenoweth Says the Third Time's the Charm for Her Upcoming London Concert

Kristin Chenoweth Says the Third Time's the Charm for Her Upcoming London Concert

The hard-working Wicked star reveals her feelings about The Royal Albert Hall, a Pushing Daisies musical, and the Japanese version of "Popular." By Bethany Rickwald • Jul 3, 2014 • London via theatermania.com Despite the fact that she's preparing for a solo concert in London later this month, looking forward to a Broadway return in On the Twentieth Century this winter, and should have started learning the music for Andrew Lippa's I Am Harvey Milk "yesterday," the indefatigable Kristin Chenoweth is thrilled at the idea of adding a potential musical version of TV's Pushing Daisies to her docket. "At this point in my life what I'm really looking for is things to challenge me that I know I'll have fun doing," said Chenoweth, who is so dead-set on bringing the fun to her London fans that even a last-minute tour cancellation couldn't keep her away for long. In a recent chat with TheaterMania, the Broadway darling expressed delight at crossing a Royal Albert Hall performance off her bucket list, struggling through singing "Popular" in Japanese, and giggling through the German version.