By Sarah Mancheim\r\n\r\n[caption id="attachment_9776" align="alignleft" width="300"]<a href="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2015\/01\/DMGS_Cadbury-Creme-Egg-Song_Boo-Detch_Video-Still.jpg"><img class="size-medium wp-image-9776" alt="In a still from her Cadbury Creme Egg YouTube video, Boo Detch laments recipe change the iconic candy is undergoing in the United Kingdom." src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2015\/01\/DMGS_Cadbury-Creme-Egg-Song_Boo-Detch_Video-Still-300x253.jpg" width="300" height="253" \/><\/a> In a still from her Cadbury Creme Egg YouTube video, Boo Detch laments recipe change the iconic candy is undergoing in the United Kingdom.[\/caption]\r\n\r\nBarbara \u201cBoo\u201d Detch, a Lewisburg native and Los Angeles, CA, songwriter, is going viral, but don\u2019t worry, she\u2019s ok.\r\n\r\nDetch\u2019s YouTube video \u201cCadbury Creme Egg Song,\u201d a lament to the chocolate company\u2019s decision to replace dairy chocolate with milk chocolate in the United Kingdom, has gone viral in the U.K. as citizens of the crown mourn their favorite Easter treat.\r\n\r\nWhile the video is silly, the gains can be real. Detch, 26, says she hopes that the exposure will result in more songwriting and comedic opportunities. More and more musicians are discovered on YouTube, including Justin Bieber, Karmin and Cody Simpson, and Detch may be find this as a step toward being the next big thing.\r\n\r\nDetch says it would be great if Cadbury reached out to her and had her do a commercial. \u201cThey haven\u2019t contacted me yet, but they started following me on Twitter,\u201d she says.\r\n\r\nDetch is the daughter of Pat Detch and Lewisburg attorney Paul Detch. She lived in Lewisburg until she was five, and then moved to St. Louis, MO, with her mother, but returned to Lewisburg every summer, attending Greenbrier Valley Theatre camp. There, she says, she got her first taste of performing.\r\n\r\nThat taste led her to California, where she works in the music industry, \u201cpromoting other artists,\u201d she says on her website. But now, with all of Britain up in arms over the Cadbury Egg recipe change, perhaps her time has come to break out.