Video Premiere: Kerli's 'Tea Party' From 'Alice in Wonderland'


Video Premiere: Kerli's 'Tea Party' From 'Alice in Wonderland'
Kerli has so much fun in her 'Tea Party', allowing herself a smile of satisfaction when all of her guests turn into tiny dolls.


Kerli has made public a music video supporting song "Tea Party" she recorded for "Alice in Wonderland". In this video, the Estonian singer is having a party with lots of friends, treating them with cupcakes and tea. What started as a fun gathering then turns into a horrible event as all the guests cry in pain and collapse before turning into mini dolls.

"Tea Party" is not the only song Kerli performs for Johnny Depp-starring movie. She also sings in another soundtrack called "Strange", this time around collaborating with German band Tokio Hotel. Both songs are included in "Almost Alice" compilation which is currently debuting at No. 5 on Billboard Hot 200.

The Tim Burton's movie, which opened wide in the U.S. theaters on March 5, also experienced success. Starring Mia Wasikowska and Anne Hathaway in addition to Johnny Depp, "Alice in Wonderland" bowed at No. 1 position at North American Box Office, forcing "Avatar" to end its long-term reign on the chart.

Kerli's "Tea Party" music video

© AceShowbiz.com


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