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Quail Run Student Recreates Pop Video through Make-A-Wish Arizona

Meghan Trainor and Isabel side by side in famous scene of giraffe onesies from "Me Too" video. Isabel, a 7 year old Quail Run Elementary School student diagnosed with a rare illness, was given the opportunity to transform into Meghan Trainor and recreate her infamous “Me Too” video, courtesy of Make-A-Wish Arizona and SNEAKY BIG studios. Meghan’s music video director taught Isabel all the moves to the video, and Meghan even called Isabel via FaceTime!  The video premiered at the Fox Tucson Theatre on Wednesday, September 26th and received a standing ovation.

 

Isabel felt like a total pop star, working with the original “Me Too” Director Hannah Lux Davis and even cast her family members as back-up dancers! The entire project involved more than 50 crew members, staff and volunteers. Special thanks to all the supporters for making Isabel’s wish come to life, including SNEAKY BIG, Garage Boutique & Concept Store, BreakOut Studios and of course, her Wish Volunteers!

 

Congratulations Isabel on an amazing performance and a job well done!