'Kay Kay's Divorce: I'd Fall In Love With Anyone' Offers a Witty Cure For Spring Fever

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A New Comedy Divorce CD Is Petite Proof That An All Too Typical Tragedy Can Provide Many Moments Of Mirth.

Nearly everyone agrees divorce is not funny. But Kay Kay’s Divorce: I’d Fall In Love With Anyone is a notable exception. Dropping—like the hopes of many a bruised and weary heart—just in time to cure spring fever, this comedy CD features Kay Ballard telling the hilarious truth about her divorce and its aftermath.

Kay Kay is by turns irreverent and introspective and only occasionally embellishes the story of the end to her lengthy marriage to her ex-husband, Fake Tom Brokaw.

“Naysayers may claim that there’s nothing inherently funny about divorce,” says Kay Kay. “But the truth is, those people just aren’t determined enough to find the humor. They’re quitters! Not me! I refused to let go of the idea that my divorce was stupidly funny! So funny that it deserved to be on Itunes.”

Featuring original music from singer/songwriter and producer Paula Kelley, Kay Kay’s Divorce: I’d Fall In Love With Anyone is a delightfully wry, spoken word treat for people in love, out of love, lovesick or sick of love altogether.

Kay Kay’s Divorce: I'd Fall In Love With Anyone is available on CD and for download at http://www.kaykaysdivorce.com -- and at iTunes, of course.


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