Videos: Katie Wilson Getting Fragged and Pokemon Parody

  • Friday, 19 July 2013 21:21
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Funny thing about music, some songs stick in your mind and others just flow away like a stream on the road after a rainstorm.

Well, that is not the case with Katie Wilson's music video "Getting Fragged!" I found myself singing the song after watching the video only once. And, I found the music and video so delightful, fresh, creative and funny - that I had to watch it again.

Ms. Wilson's music video is a parody of Katy Perry's "Wide Awake" - with the instrumental remake created by Jiraxys09, special guest blacknerdcomedy and video edited by Alex Fletcher - definitely shows off her talent as a lyricist and vocalist.

Check out "Getting Fragged!"

Check out: "Pokemon Parody" featuring Andre Meadows from Blacknerd Comedy


For those of you who may or may not know Katie Wilson - she has been a working actress in Los Angeles since 2008.

"Originally from Arizona, Katie appeared at numerous singing/dancing performances with Radio Disney. She also starred in community theatre. Her favorite credits include Sharpay in High School Musical, The Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Sandy in Grease."

Her first role after moving to Los Angeles was in 2009 as an American Reporter in "Bobby Fischer Live". Since then she has been cast in such films as SyFy's "2012-Ice Age", in several TV series - "Six Figures", "Walking in Circles", and "Passport to Explore"; as well as in a few short films.

Check out Katie as "Kim" in a recently completed short titled "Until College" - "a musical comedy that follows Rachel and her dynamic gorup of friends through their first semester away at college".

For more information about Katie Wilson visit:
http://www.katiewilson.com/default.aspx
https://www.facebook.com/KatieWilsonFanpage
http://twitter.com/TheKatieWilson

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