Carol Burnett closing theme song

This is what everyone admires even today; Carol Burnett closing theme songs at the end of the show reflected that the show has just ended. The guest appearance of the greatest TV star of the time, Carol Burnett at closing of the episode of the most popular comedy serial "The Carol Burnett Show", which was telecasted during 1967 to 1978 was a tribute to her grandmother.

Carol Burnett was born on 26 April 1933 in San Antonio Texas to Ina Louise and Joseph Thomas Burnett. Both of her parents were alcoholic and got separated in late 30s. She was raised by her maternal grandmother Mabel Eudora, who has supported her and on real sense groomed her acting, musical and comedian skills. Later in the year of 1954 and 1957, she lost her father and mother respectively.

Carol Burnett has interest in journalism since her childhood and after graduation in the year 1951, she joined University of California and studied theatre art and English. She participated in many shows and University productions while studying in the University of California. Having excellent comic skills and musical talents, she was hopeful to get roles in the TV serials and movies.

Later she moved to New York where she joined Broadway theatre, one of the largest theatre group having more than 500 seats in each of the theatres. After her successful career at Broadway, she started acting in the TV serial "The Garry Moore Show". This show was telecasted at CBS Television Network during 1950 to 1958 and later she moved to Los Angles. She did a fantastic role in this comedy variety show and later won an Emmy award in the year 1962.

A born comedian and gifted actress Carol Burnett has done many shows and serials, however it was "The Carol Burnett Show" which gave her the popularity and fame during 1970s. The show was also popular for Carol Burnett closing theme song as it has fantastic lyrics. It was a variety show and it includes dance, song, comedy and the presence of Carol Burnett made it unforgettable TV show in the history of American comedy.