EXCLUSIVE: 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Dives Into the Art of Friendship in This Catchy New Music Video
By Philiana Ng
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We all need friends, right? Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is about to dive into the art of friendship with a brand new musical number!
In a sneak peek at tonight’s episode of The CW musical dramedy, debuting exclusively on ETonline, Rebecca (Rachel Bloom) throws a housewarming party in despite her lack of social connections and fear of hosting to get closer to her former love, Josh (Vincent Rodriguez III).
“The craziest thing I did for love was the ways I tricked myself into thinking I wasn’t stalking anyone,” the YouTube star shared. “I would go to a place just to run into them, and I have this in my diary. I’d be like, ‘Dear diary, today I went to this Starbucks just because I wanted to go to there, and I happened to run into blah blah blah.’”
Though it’s not the first musical-based show to hit the small screen, Bloom maintains Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is in a niche all their own.
“I describe it as Ally McBeal meets Flight of the Conchords,” she said.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.
To find out more about Rachel Bloom, press play on the video below!