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Please Don’t Touch Me – Megan Mullaly – Young Frankenstein

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One thing that not many people who watched Will and Grace realized is that Megan Mullaly who played Karen Walker is actually an amazing singer. Until her M&Ms commercial came out, people thought she had a super high pitched annoying voice and could only play a drunken socialite mess. The reality is that Megan Mullaly is an amazing actress who has a talent for playing comedic roles on tv and on Broadway. At least that’s what the producers of the Mel Brooks musical Young Frankenstein thought when they gave Megan Mullaly a role that she was born to play, well Karen was born to play.

The song Please Don’t Touch Me is 100% Karen. It is about a woman refusing to put out but constantly teasing a guy. She even has an entire verse about “Tits” and keeping your hands of “these”. The role and song is sort of like if Karen sobered up but kept her drunken personality. Megan Mullaly did an amazing job in the show Young Frankenstein and proved to everyone that she could not only be funny on tv, but she could make audiences fall in love with her with live theatre as well. Thanks to the internet and Youtube.com, everyone can get to enjoy Megan Mullaly singing Please Don’t Touch Me from Young Frankenstein and get to laugh like all of the audiences who got to see her live.

Megan is now starring in a comedy show on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim where she plays Chief, the head of a hospital. It may sound like a serious role but it is anything but serious. Megan takes an already funny role and created an elderly and crippled chief at a hospital and makes it her own. Not only does she bring Karen’s personality in, but she uses all of her talents and comedy to make you laugh your ass off. Megan is an amazing actress and being able to entertain on both tv and on Broadway shows how much talent she actually has. It seems like just about anything she does turns into a hit and she easily steals the show. Here is Megan Mullaly singing Please Don’t Touch Me from Young Frankenstein.