Words to Legally Blonde


    The last issue of Legally Blonde is pretty epic, and this chorus line sums up what the story is about. At the end of the day, we just want an excuse to dive back into the world of Legally Blonde and see Elle give more tips for life. Fans around the world have “the right to be legally blonde,” and hopefully Legally Blonde 3 inspires more moviegoers to be who they want to be. Be the first to know what`s trending, straight from Elite Daily If you can`t commit to seeing one of them now, Legally Blonde`s incredibly eye-catching recording is made for that. Reese Witherspoon may never burst into a song at any point in Legally Blonde 3, but if the idea is ever on the table, we hope she will turn to some of these lyrics for musical inspiration. Elle Woods, Paulette, Serena, Margot, Pilar and Salonfolk It`s another crystal clear message from the finale of the musical. Elle Woods is back in style! The song “Serious” ends with Warner dropping Elle, but I chose to perform this particular line to dispel the uncertainty and take seriously what Legally Blonde 3 could bring to Elle Woods` story. Does she have children? Did she open a fashion boutique as a passion project? What kind of case did she win? The possibilities are endless, but thankfully, we get some answers in Legally Blonde 3. Emmett Forrest, Elle Woods, Greek Chorus and Company If you watch all the hit movies from the early 2000s, you`ll probably find that a musical adaptation of the film has finally made its way onto the Broadway stage. Legal Blonde was no exception, as his musical debuted on Broadway in 2007 and received seven Tony nominations that year. The show lasted until 2008, but for theater fans and fans of Legally Blonde, the lyrics and stimulating message have survived, creating quite a legacy.

    What better way to celebrate with the story of Elle Woods, which will soon continue in another sequel to Legally Blonde, than with these lyrics from the musical Legally Blonde that fully sum up your enthusiasm for Legally Blonde 3? In true Delta Nu tradition, Elle`s sisters are the first to greet audiences in the musical Legally Blonde. While their excitement actually consists of thinking Warner is going to ask Elle, the optimistic lyrics of “Omigod You Guys” fully apply to our thrill of Witherspoon`s appearance in another Legally Blonde movie. These days, you should never say when it comes to movie or TV sequels, and staying optimistic will ensure that “you`ll never have to compromise” to make your reboot dreams come true. “So Much Better,” which captures Elle`s exhilarating response to Professor Callahan`s internship selection, is frankly one of my personal ballads. Play it when you`ve reached a career milestone, reached your dream date, or simply experienced a small victory on an otherwise boring and ordinary day. In this case, the victory is that we moved away from the terrifying attempts of random movies to recreate the magic of Legally Blonde and finally reached the promise of a more authentic Witherspoon-as-Woods fantasy. Elle Woods, Professor Callahan, Emmett Forrest, Brooke Wyndam, Vivienne Kensington, Warner Huntington III, Enid, Judge, Nikos, Carlos and company Elle Woods, Margot, Serena, Pilar, Kate, Mom, Dad, Grandmaster Chad, Winthrop, Pforzheimer, Lowell, Delta Nu`s and company Margot, Serena, Pilar, Delta Nu`s, Elle Woods, Shopgirl and Manager If you missed the show run in New York or tour venues across the country, full and fully legal videos of the original production are currently on YouTube (thanks, MTV!). The musical has even made its way into London`s West End and several other countries, so there`s always a good chance of finding a new production elsewhere in the world. Another hidden gem that`s online is most of the 2008 MTV series The Search for Elle Woods, which documented the search for a replacement for the first Broadway actress to play Elle. I just had my own show frenzy and lived for its old-fashioned reality TV competition format, so I would recommend 10/10. I mean, it`s obvious, right? We`ve always wanted a better ending for Elle than the lukewarm Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, and now we`re getting it. “What You Want” hits fans who finally get what they deserve.

    Emmett Forrest, Aaron, Enid, Padamadan and Harvard students So the British loved the musical Legally Blonde. The show lasted just under three years in the West End, London`s equivalent of Broadway, and judging by the fan reactions in this video of a live West End event, the audience was seriously obsessed. But it was songs like “Chip On My Shoulder” that helped the musical become so popular. The song essentially preaches the value of using your obstacles as fuel to achieve your goals. While we don`t know to what extent fan opinions were taken into account in the official discussions about Movie 3, we can still claim that our desire for another movie helped us get it.