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ChenowethBookCover.jpgActress Kristin Chenoweth, known for her roles in “The West Wing” and “Pushing Daises,” as well as her extensive work on stage (most notably as Glinda in Broadway’s “Wicked”) has a new book out April 14, “A Little Bit Wicked: Life, Love, and Faith in Stage.” In it, the outspoken Christian details a list of questions she’d like to ask God. Here is the list, reprinted with permission from Touchstone, a Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc.
Post your thoughts about the list in the comments area below–and feel free to add the questions you’d like to ask God
Questions for God When I Meet Him
By Kristin Chenoweth

• Who killed JonBenét? And does she pretty much own the pageant circuit up here?
• Did Marilyn kill herself or was it a Kennedy?
• Did Lee Harvey Oswald really act alone?
• Seriously…was it the cookies?
• Why is forgiveness so dang hard?
• Why is slapstick so dang funny?
• Who is the sadistic genius behind cellulite? Lord, please tell me you did not have anything to do with that.
• Does restless legs syndrome actually exist? And is there something about it that compels the person to sit in the front row?
• How on earth (or elsewhere) do you keep track of everyone?
• Why would someone go to all the trouble it takes to be a serial killer? Is there always some kind of Sweeney Todd backstory?
• Where are the mates to most of my socks?
• Why did Mom have to battle cancer twice? Seriously. Once was more than enough.
• Does sugar cause cancer? And if not, what does?
• Does sugar cure cancer? And if not, what does?
• Why do so many people find homosexuality scarier than war?
• What if you made it so that hate would cause hemorrhoids? Just an idea.
• Do you have Leonard Bernstein’s cell number? I need to talk to him right away. Also, Puccini. And Ethel Merman.
• And one more thing, Heavenly Father. Are you proud of me?
From “A Little Bit Wicked” by Kristin Chenoweth with Joni Rodgers. Copyright © 2009 by Kristin Chenoweth. Reprinted by permission of Touchstone, a Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc.
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