View Comments We got to know (and love!) The Marvelous Wonderettes’ Diana DeGarmo on the small screen; the Alabama native was the runner-up on season three of American Idol. Now, she’s back on the New York stage in off-Broadway’s delightful, bubble-gum pink 1950s musical, belting out chart-toppers like “Lollipop,” “Stupid Cupid,” “It’s My Party” and “Son of a Preacher Man,” and we have so many questions for this vocal powerhouse. How was receiving feedback from the notoriously critical Simon Cowell on Idol? What was it like taking her first steps on the Main Stem in Hairspray? Lucky for us, DeGarmo will stop by Broadway.com HQ to play a round of Ask a Star! So send along those questions, and be sure to tune in when she answers them on the velvety blue couch!&amp;lt;a data-cke-saved-href=&amp;quot;https://broadway.wufoo.com/forms/msdtd2i0ea0l7j/&amp;quot; href=&amp;quot;https://broadway.wufoo.com/forms/msdtd2i0ea0l7j/&amp;quot;&amp;gt;Fill out my Wufoo form!&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; Related Shows The Marvelous Wonderettes Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 6, 2019 Sally Schwab, Jenna Leigh Green, Diana DeGarmo & Christina Bianco(Photo: Jason Russo)
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L-R: front row – Bob O’Bryan and Cathy Pelsor. Back row: Brent Riehle, Tim Ripperger, Mike Biltz, Curtis Ward, Sam Schuck and Rene Stivers. (Not pictured Linda Dunn, Darrell Flaspohler and Gina Gillman (Photo courtesy of the Franklin County ObserverBrookville, In. — The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce recently recognized four local organizations for their contributions to the community at the Annual Dinner celebration.Main Street Brookville and the Town of Brookville received the “Beautification Award” for their efforts during the downtown revitalization project.L-R: Connie Gayda, Jim Lubic, Nancy Main, Michele Russell and Holly Murray of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce. (Photo courtesy of the Franklin County Observer)The “Corporate Citizen of the Year” award went to North Vernon-based Dave O’Mara Contracting. Workers from the company, led by superintendent Scotty Works completed the downtown construction work. Residents applauded Works and his crews for doing everything in their power to accommodate the needs of residents and business owners along the project.L-R: Scott Works of Dave O’Mara Contractors, Inc. and wife Magon Works, Connie Gayda of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, Nancy Main of Main Street Brookville, Inc. and Jeff Fuller of Dave O’Mara. (Photo courtesy of the Franklin County Observer)The “Small Business/Organization of the Year” went to Safe Passage, Inc. Safe Passage provides services to domestic violence victims in a 16 county area. The organization was recognized for leveraging grant money and donations to renovate their historic facility and establish a Rape Crisis Center.Mary Mattingly of Safe Passage accepted the Small Business/Organization Award from Beth Siebert of the Chamber of Commerce.(Photo courtesy of the Franklin County Observer) read more