INTERVIEW: YouTube Sensation Karmin on ‘Crash Your Party,’ Marriage Plans

Ralphie Aversa  —  12/09/2011 — Leave a comment

To say 2011 was a big year for Karmin would be a big understatement. Since the duo’s cover of Chris Brown’s “Look at Me Now” went viral to the tune of almost 50 million views – Karmin has appeared on “Ellen,” landed a deal with Epic Records, and premiered a music video in Times Square. But Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan are also engaged, so when are they fitting in a wedding?

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“So, we originally set the first date for 9/10/11,” Noonan revealed on “The Ralphie Radio Show” when he and Heidemann sat down for an interview. “Of course, things were a little cray-cray, so we had to push it back a little bit. But we’re hoping to do it maybe sometime in the summer, early summer.”

Noonan joked that he needs to lock down a ceremony soon, as his fiancé has a lot more options these days. But all kidding aside, the couple is quite busy promoting their new single and music video for “Crash Your Party.” A debut album has already been written and recorded, and is slated for a February release.

“We didn’t have a million views (on YouTube) until we did ‘Look at Me Now,’” Heidemann noted. “It was ‘woop,’ million views, and then five million, and ten million, and now it has 50 million.”

Now almost any video the couple uploads reaches the six figures in views immediately. After “Look at Me Now,” an appearance on “Ellen” fueled their popularity even further. Karmin still uploads covers to its channel, in addition to videos documenting their travels and the journey that they now find themselves on in the music industry.

And to think, heading in to this year, the couple probably would’ve just been happy with a wedding.

Ralphie Aversa

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