Sara Ramirez Leads Cast of 'Grey's Anatomy' in the Musical Event!

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Mar. 30 2011, Published 6:24 a.m. ET

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The highly-anticipated Grey's Anatomy Music Event airs tomorrow, and we can't wait to see the hit ABC drama enter musical territory! Last week, viewers were shocked as Callie, played by Sara Ramirez, is left fighting for her life after an unexpected car crash puts her and her baby (with McSteamy — Eric Dane) in jeopardy. Now, Sara leads the entire cast in song!

Sneak peeks from the episode's opening scene and some behind-the-scenes footage reveal how the cast crossed boundaries!

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Sara leads the cast in hit songs featured as themes throughout the show, including The Fray's "How to Save a Life" and "Chasing Cars" by Snow Patrol.

Sara's character Callie finds herself having an out-of-body experience when as she watches her friends try to save her life.

"It is grounded in Callie's hallucinations or from some part in Callie's brain," executive producer Shonda Rhimes revealed.


Sara shared that filming the episode was like nothing she has ever tried before.

"The different ways of shooting songs have been so exciting," she said. "I've never lip-synced to my own voice. I've never had one of those ear pieces in my ears before. All of this is new to me."

The cast had to take on the challenge of recording dialogue while the singing was going on.

Catch trailers for the Grey's musical event and interviews with the cast below!

The Recording Studio

Shonda Rhimes and cast talk about the episode.

Sara Ramirez shares about her singing experience.


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