She's cute but her mom is creepy. I found myself sitting in line at auditions for America's Got Talent with 5,000 people last Saturday - don't ask - and there were lots of cute little girls in spangly outfits who would burst into song, belting out Mariah tunes in multi-octave arpegios while their creepy moms stood there mouthing the words silently like puppet masters in polyester stretch pants.If it weren't for the Pirate Band and the 6'4" dude dressed as Cher I would have spent the whole day bothered by it.
What's with having little girls sing songs that are age inappropriate? Sure, this little girl can sing, but she'd have been ten times cuter singing something like the Good Ship Lollypop. Hey, it worked for Shirley Temple. Such song choices are just too creepy and too much of a come on for a pedophile. There are a whole bunch of age appropriate songs that could show off this girl's vocal talent. Heck, there are three HSM songbooks to choose from. Go back to the more innocent songs of the 60s.A mom who truly cared about her child's well being and not her own career ambitions would find such songs.
She has a nice little voice but her singing that song, with the connotations it has, is just creepy. Behold the future trainwreck Britney clone, matured before her time, probably due to obsessive parents with dollar signs in their eyes.
Nothing like seeing an over-rehearsed (but cute) little girl singing a song she has no way of understanding.By the way, where did all this extremely excessive pseudo-gospel/blues "warbling" come from. I mean, not every word in a song has to be dragged out for 5 minutes.When used by a talented singer it's great, but for everyone else... Please make it go away.
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