Nadya Suleman's baby drama comes to life with song and dance in her very own musical
Just when you thought things couldn’t get weirder with octuplet mom Nadya Suleman, her life is now being told through song and dance.
Octomom! The Musical is opening at the Fake Galley in Los Angeles on July 18 complete with a chorus line of dancing Snuggie-clad Octuplettes.
Suleman, who recently inked a deal for a reality show and has begun working with a ghostwriter on a book, has nothing to do with the production. Still, the show’s creator is offering her an open invitation anytime she wants to attend.
“We have a whole row of seats – 14 of them – reserved for her,” says film and TV actor Chris Voltaire, who not only wrote the musical but will also play the role of Suleman’s controversial fertility doctor.