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“Performing at the inauguration felt like patriotic thing to do and it’s something I would have done if Hillary Clinton had won and asked me to,” she told .
“They told me I could only do material about Trump and it went over pretty well.
A woman’s self-worth and contentment are challenged in today’s “image is everything” world magnified by rude, uncensored digital bullies pointing out every flaw.
Many wonder, “am I smart enough, skinny enough, popular enough, rich enough, Christian enough, a good enough friend, wife or parent?
I’ve been performing for a long time but that was still pretty nerve-wracking.” She added, “The Women’s March really energized me because I felt a lot in common with everyone on it,” she added.
“As a woman, I’m still juggling and still trying to find answers.” Pierce got her start working at Opryland Theme Park in Nashville where she performed as “Grand Ole Opry” star Minnie Pearl.
Pierce received five Daytime Emmy nominations for her work co-hosting talk show “Aspiring Women” on the Total Living Network and her first television special, “This Ain’t Prettyville!
Coming out of the hit Fathom Event and best-selling DVD, Laughing In The Dark, Chonda continues her journey, as she deals with the results of grief, loss, and holding on to self-image.
His first film with Chonda Pierce was the award-winning “Laughing In The Dark”.The film was presented by Fathom Events and Fuseic Entertainment, centered on Pierce dealing with obstacles such as death and depression through faith and humor after her husband of 31 years died.“Laughing in the Dark” returned to nearly 800 theatres for an additional one-night encore showing.“Batman: The Killing Joke” was in over 1,160 theaters last year; “TCM Big Screen Classics” screened at more than 700 theaters and “Met Live” showed at 700 sites.
“Enough” will be showing two years after Pierce’s documentary “Laughing in the Dark” rolled out at 584 theaters.
One word describes Karyn Williams-REAL: her faith, her smile, her heart and her music.