By Andrew Leahey - Special to The Washington Times Shares
"It's classy, it's classic, it's whimsical, it's kitsch, it's funny, its scandalous - it's got a little bit for everyone," said Mraz. "I love that I get out of my routine and try on a new routine that requires me to show up in a different way."
"I have no doubt that the invitation into the Jell-O paved the way for me to become the artist that I am today. It was and still is one of the high points in my life as there aren't many places left in our society where we can stretch ourselves in such ridiculous ways or be encouraged to daydream," Mraz said.