Book Jennie as your fake waitress
How it works...
The Set Up
Once you have booked me, I will speak directly with the venue and find out what their staff wear, to make sure I am in the correct uniform. I will then arrive in time to set up and sound check, I use only state of the art equipment and I have 10 million PLI insurance.
Unlike other 'waitresses that sing' I get as immersed as possible to look as real as possible before the reveal, I can serve canapes, serve the starters, pour water, serve from the bar, the more I do, the more convincing I am as a genuine waitress.
So it's just before the agreed time of the reveal, and there can be a bit of a lull in the event, which is where I step in, I can do the reveal in what ever way you want, I can drop a tray, have an argument, or announce that it's my last day, all of which are tried and tested ways of getting the audiences attention and starting the show. I then burst into song, songs that you choose, from Opera, Musical Theatre, Pop and everything in between. I can sing up to 10 songs and finish with a napkin waving finale guaranteed to have your guests smiling, laughing and singing. A highlight to be remembered for years to come.
We booked Jennie to sing at our wedding, in the guise of 'undercover waitress', and it added a particularly fun dimension to the day. Initially she was helping serving canapes, making herself just a little bit conspicuous with good natured backchat to our guests. Then as our photographer hung out of an upstairs window to take a group photograph, she chose that moment to walk down the steps and loudly say "do you want me in this?" proceeding to photobomb the shot, to howls of laughter and comments like "she's fabulous, you should have booked her as the cabaret!". Little did they know. When we sat down for the meal, Jennie, or 'Virginia' as her name badge read, continued serving starters, and then suddenly, had a run in with the events coordinator (staged of course), when she dropped a tray and had a brief shouting match, during which she 'Quit' and stormed out. Amid the gasps of delighted horror from our guests, and uncles spluttering "this is really not on, this is really unacceptable", Jennie sauntered back in the other door, introduced herself, shook down her hair, grabbed the feather boa we had planted, and belted out 'I am what I am'. I think it was in no small part due to Jennie and her 'surprise' cabaret that many of our guests deemed it 'Best Wedding ever!'