Bruce Vilanch & A Calvacade of Stars, Producers, and Directors Pick Their Favorite Broadway Love Song Ever!

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Click here to view the 2007 “What’s the Most Romantic Broadway Love Song Ever?” Feature: is happy to announce its third edition of one of its most popular annual features, “What’s the Most Romantic Broadway Love Song Ever?” devised by Editor-in-Chief Robert Diamond (founder of the site) and Multimedia Editor Craig Brockman. This year, they reached further than usual as they already had assembled in 2005 and 2006 quite a roster of stars and luminaries to live up to. You will find people as diverse as Melora Hardin from The Office to superstar Barry Manilow to record executive Bruce Lundvall to Playbill President Phil Birsh to legendary critic Rex Reed, performers of stature such as Polly Bergen and Mimi Hines to young favorites such as Kristin Chenoweth, Spring Awakening star Lea Michele, Desperate Housewives’ Christine Estabrook, Miss America 2007 Lauren Nelson, pop star Olivia Newton-John, superstar Liza Minnelli, award-winning director Rob Marshall, designer Bob Mackie, Academy Award winner Cloris Leachman, Il Divo’s Sebastien Izambard, award-winning singer Debby Boone, Israeli cantor David (Dudu) Fisher, television’s Neil Patrick Harris and Jesse Tyler Ferguson, the inimitable Joan Rivers, pop culture omnipresent David Hasselhoff, Grey Gardens composer Scott Frankel…well, you get the idea. Add this to 2005 and 2006s luminaries such as Michael Crawford, Angela Lansbury, Nathan Lane, Robert Goulet, Grey’s Anatomy star Sara Ramirez, Amy Irving, Jazz singer Jane Monheit, film and television producer Craig Zadan, Tony-award winning star of Jersey Boys John Lloyd Young, Tony-winners Patti LuPone, Jonathan Pryce and Lea Salonga, sub- culture’s popular columnist and writer Michael Musto, The Class’s Sam Harris, RENT’s Anthony Rapp, writer Bruce Vilanch, the New York Post’s Michael Riedel, award-winners Carol Channing and Tyne Daly and many more.

How could you have anything but a Happy Valentine’s Day?!