Fun fact: I used to be pretty invested in the idea of having a career in music. In high school I did musical theatre competitively (Jesus Christ Superstar anyone?) and my first choice for university was a theatre program with a focus on music. Obviously that dream didn’t quite pan out, and I ended up opting for the much more practical option, but I always wondered what might have been if I’d pursued a career in performance.
Music is still a massive part of my life, though I only share bits and pieces of that here. If you run into me on the street, chances are I have headphones in my ears and I’m mouthing the words to a peppy pop song, and the first thing I do when I arrive home at night is pump up my playlist of the moment. It’s no wonder I totally fell for the amazing mashups and epic vocals in Pitch Perfect the first time I saw it, and even less surprising that I rushed out to theatres to see what musical magic they’d come up with for Pitch Perfect 2.
As expected, the music compilations blew me away, and you can bet I was humming “Flashlight” for weeks on end. I decided to celebrate the DVD release (which is today by the way!) I’d throw a little girl’s night with a very special, very pink treat. I call them “You’re a Star” Pink Cotton Candy Floats, and you’re definitely going to want to try one when you cozy up for Pitch Perfect 2 this week…
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Crush cream soda
Pink cotton candy ice cream (I used PC brand)
Split one can of cream soda into two glasses. Add 1-2 scoops of ice cream. Top with sprinkles and enjoy immediately, ideally with a bowl of fancy popcorn and a friend or two!
Have a treat and invite your girlfriends over for a night of singing and hilarity! Pitch Perfect 2 is now available on Digital HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
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