Sara Ramirez Sang Silent Night on 'Grey's Anatomy' Episode
Sara Ramirez Sang Silent Night on 'Grey's Anatomy' Episode
Glenn Diaz
Glenn Diaz
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Operate on bones? The girl can also sing. But you know that already.

Apparently, Grey's Anatomy star, make that Tony-winning Grey's Anatomy star, Sara Ramirez performed a special a capella version of Silent Night on the ABC show's last episode for the year last week, Grey's Anatomy executive producer Shonda Rhimes revealed via Twitter.

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Ramirez, who won a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical for her role as The Lady of the Lake in Spamalot in 2005 (where she thanked Claritin in her acceptance speech), is now better known for her role as orthopedic surgeon Sara Ramirez on Grey's Anatomy.

Silent Night played on the dinner table scene, where, notably, her character Callie was absent because of work. Throughout Bailey's (Chandra Wilson) heated conversation with her daddy, her voice reverberated, and the song in its entirely played.




Daddy Billy Bailey was reprimanding her daughter for bringing out the word bowel in the dinner table, forgetting that everyone in the table, as surgeons, dealt with grosser stuff in their lives. Here's her performance of Find Your Grail on the 2005 Tony Awards.





In fact, Sara and fellow Grey's Anatomy star TR Knight presented on the 2006 Tony's.





Grey's Anatomy resumes its operations in January with a crossover with spin-off Private Practice. For the mean time, new short webisodes are available on the ABC website every Thursday.


(Image courtesy of Joan Marcus)

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