Center Stage: Purduette Spring Spectacular
The show begins with Senior Diana True singing the solo in "I've Got the Music In Me."
The Purduettes sing their hearts out.
Director Jeff Vallier leads the women as they sing "Salmo 150."
The ladies show a lot of energy as they play to the audience.
The Purduette Trio bust out a new song called "Rum and Coca Cola."
Senior Liz Wheatley sings the solo in "Home."
Senoir Amanda Stansbury belts out the solo in "Goody, Goody."
Ashlea Lidester, winner of the New Woman of the Year Award, serenades a lucky audience member.
The Shoops start out the specialties section of the show.
The ladies explain to the audience that they love "Big Hair."
The Holy Cow Girls sing in beautiful harmony.
The Emotions look cool in their shades as they sing "Money, Money."
The ladies sing "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" as they return to the stage.
The Purduettes strike a pose as the song ends.
Senior Pirita See rocks out on the solo in "The Letter."
Assistant Director and Pianist Jon Ranard directs the ladies in his arrangement of "Heaven."
Senior Paige Brandt sings a solo entitled "Ain't Misbehavin'."
Senior Jessica Topletz does a great job singing the solo in "My Life Is In Your Hands."
Sarah Beatty and Brittainy Reiff sing a little song about all the merchandise the Purdettes have to offer.
The Purduette of the Year Award went to Senior and Manager Pirita See.
Director Jeff Vallier announces all of the awards and scholarships given to the ladies.
Junior Emily Gorrell hugs PMO Diirector Bill Griffel as she receives her award.
Following Purduette tradition, Paige Brandt gives a yellow rose to her mother in the audience.
The Purduette Seniors sing a beautiful song called "You Belong to Me".
The ladies sing "In a Little Heart," a song written for the Purduettes by Manager Pirita See.