Colleen Ballinger admits to "murdering" family dog (Dog)
Colleen Ballinger, aka “Miranda Sings,” reentered the news in June 2023 for a video clip of her telling a story of how she “murdered a dog.” She goes on to share how she tormented her family dog into biting her, and then blamed the dog, which was then put to sleep as a result.
So I grabbed the dog for no reason and pinched its skin and dug my nails into it. The dog yelps, turns around to protect itself and bites me in the face. I got stitches and went to the hospital, and they were like, ‘What happened?’ and I was like, ‘The dog just bit me. And then they had to put the dog to sleep because the dog was dangerous to be around. So I murdered a dog.Colleen Ballinger
Colleen Ballinger (Miranda Sings)
Colleen Ballinger is a comedian, actor, content creator, and singer best known for her online persona Miranda Sings. Through her character, Ballinger has gained a massive following on social media and has created a successful career in entertainment.
Ballinger’s breakout role came in 2008 when she created the character Miranda Sings on YouTube. Miranda Sings is a satirical character who is obsessed with becoming a famous singer, despite lacking any real talent. Ballinger’s comedic timing and commitment to the character quickly gained a following, and Miranda Sings became a viral sensation. Ballinger has since expanded the Miranda Sings brand to include books, a Netflix series, and live shows.
In addition to her work as Miranda Sings, Ballinger has also appeared in several television shows and films. She had a recurring role on the Netflix series “Haters Back Off,” which was based on her Miranda Sings character. Ballinger has also appeared on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
Ballinger has also collaborated with several influencers. She has worked with fellow YouTubers such as Tyler Oakley and Colleen Evans (her sister), as well as with celebrities such as Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Pratt, and Christina Aguilera.
Ballinger has also been involved in other charitable efforts, including raising money for children’s hospitals and supporting organizations that provide education and support to those with cystic fibrosis, a disease that her nephew has. In 2018, she participated in a charity campaign to raise money for the non-profit organization RED, which works to fight HIV and AIDS.