Bonnie and Open
Another party! It made Bonnie so happy to have so many social functions in such a little span of time. It helped her forget. She arrived somewhat early, in case she was needed to step up and help, but when she saw she wasn't, Bonnie simply waited around for the other guests to arrive. While doing her best to stay out of the way... Especially Bryn's. After a good time of waiting, most of the guests had arrived, which made her giddy. She was ready for music, drinks, conversation, and her favorite, karaoke. She had never done it before the last party, and found herself addicted, while she herself wasn't a seeker of attention, there was something about having it that made her happy.
After a little bit of mingling her there, mostly greetings and the such, she made her way to the area where karaoke was taking place. There were a few people there, mainly the ones singing and a few onlooking. The most notable was that massive blue dragon guy, Bonnie made note to ask around about him, because... Whoa. Taking her time and letting others go before her, Bonnie finally decided it was her turn, and she had a doozy. Walking up to the stage with a massive smile on her face, her colors swirled of green, blue, and violet. When she arrived at the machine, she scrolled through the choice, her entire body lighting up, literally, when she found hers. With that, her outfit changed from her somewhat casual, somewhat formal dress into a purple pimp suit that looked like it was taking straight from the 1970's. This one made her a bit nervous, because it would be just as much about her singing as the performance she had.
"Hey guys, Bonnie here again. This is one of favorite songs, it's a bit long, but I hope I do it justice." Saying that, she placed a headset on, one she had Johnn make for her just for this song. With that, the beginning beats of 'Rubberband Man' by The Spinners began. When Philippé Wynne's voice began with: 'Hand me down my walking cane.' She started her way down the stairs catching a construct cane that came out of no where. 'Hand me down my hat.' Doing the same with an over sized pimp hat, she did her best at a pimp strut as the song continued, singer her heart out while winking at the nearest person to her. Bonnie poured everything into the song, which, yes, was on the long size, but she was having a great time performing it. When it was over, she made her way back to the stage, her clothing turning back to her original dress.
"Thank you!" She offered everyone listening to her a great big smile before taking off her headset, and going back off the stage.