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'Sound of Music' review: Original Gretl calls it painful to watch

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Last night fans got to see "The Sound of Music Live." On Dec. 6, TMZ reported that the woman who played Gretl in the original says that it was painful to watch. She was not a fan at all.

Kym Karath started watching the movie last night with some of the other past cast members. They were excited to watch it, but she doesn't have anything nice to say at all. Stephen Moyer, who played the Captain, is the only one she said that she was happy with in the cast.

Karath did say that Carrie Underwood has an amazing voice, but she said as an actress it was just wrong. She did not enjoy Carrie's acting skills, but at least it was nice to see she had something good to say about her.

The thing is 18.5 million people watched the show last night. If you go to Carrie's Facebook, her fans loved every minute of it and have nothing bad to say about her performance. They loved it!

What did you think of "The Sound of Music" live? Sound off in the comments and please like my Facebook for the latest news.

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