Kristin Chenoweth delights in ’12 Men of Christmas’ on Lifetime, Dec. 5

Teeny tiny soprano Kristin Chenoweth delights in the Saturday night Lifetime film, “12 Men of Christmas” airing December 5.  <P></P> <P>Predictable, yes. Perfect, no. Is this seasonal chick-flick fun to curl up on the couch under a favorite blankie with a big hot cuppa? Absolutely.</P> <P>***image3:center***</P> <P>Chenoweth’s character E.J. is a Manhattanite who went to the right schools, got her Masters, the right hotsie-totsie PR job and snagged a great guy to marry.</P> <P>Enter the curve ball of life.</P> <P>Without spoiling the fun, life for E.J. takes a sharp right turn and she finds herself out of work, out of love and unable to land a decent job.  She is desperate to recreate herself.</P> <P>***image4:center***</P> <P>Enter the majestic scenery of Calgary, Alberta, Canada masquerading as the Glacier National Park of Montana, as E.J. heads West to Kalispell on the one job offer that intrigues her, despite the more glamorous gigs she used to wrangling.</P> <P>***image5:center***</P> <P>The town mayor needs revenue for the coffers, and he lures E.J. to the Big Sky Country so she can weave her magic PR mojo on Corporate America to sample the local wares, maybe stay a spell.</P> <P>The great looking real men of the local rescue team are the town’s heroes, and E.J. soon learns of their underfunded status, and the pitiful state of their fundraising efforts. A contentious stud Townie is a thorn in her side, and ultimately becomes a person of interest.</P> <P>***image6:center***</P> <P>Take a dash of "The Full Monty," add a smidge of "The Bishop’s Wife" and blend well in the fish-out-of-water story mixer, and you’ve got yourself a nice little film to while away the night.</P> <P>Kristen Chenoweth is a petite dynamo that everyone seems to love. She won the Tony Award for You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown and received a Tony nomination for Wicked. She is appearing Off-Broadway in Love, Loss, and What I Wore and will return to Broadway next year in Promises, Promises. </P> <P>Ms. Thang won the 2009 Emmy Award for her work in the defunct ABC series, "Pushing Daisies," and played April Rhodes earlier this season on FOX’s "Glee," to which she will return in 2010.</P> <P><STRONG>Watch a preview for "12 Men of Christmas," starring Chenoweth as a high-powered PR executive trying to help a small town with a "12 Men of Christmas" calendar. Premieres December 5 at 9 pm ET/PT 8 pm C.</STRONG> </P><EMBED src=http://www.youtube.com/v/h5oXKVKEZHo&hl=en_US&fs=1& width=560 height=340 type=application/x-shockwave-flash allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always"></EMBED>Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.