Girl singing in bur said

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If Gilmore Girls holds any record in the TV Hall of Fame, it has to be the number of pop culture references it managed to reference per episode. Pick any hour of the show, and you will find at least 15 pop culture references easily, while 15 more will likely go over your head. One of the main sources of pop culture inspiration for Gilmore Girls was, of course, music. From the very first episode of the series, Lorelai, Rory, and Rory's BFF Lane all share an eclectic love of music — rock, folk, pop, blues, they listen to it all.

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Your Changing Voice (for Kids) - Nemours Kidshealth

What the heck is that? A goose playing the trumpet? If you're going through puberty say: PYOO - bur-tee , it could be your voice. Both boys and girls experience voice changes as they grow older, but girls' voices get only a little deeper. A boy's voice, on the other hand, may change quite a bit — from sounding like a little kid to sounding like somebody's dad! How does this happen?

KS Chitra's daughter died 'within minutes'

Thousands of fans, friends, relatives and members of the Indian film fraternity arrived at the singer's residence, named Shruthi, to pay their respects to KS Chitra. Then she left the room for a few minutes to take a shower, with tragic results, a family friend said yesterday. What happened next left thousands of the popular Indian playback singer's fans in mourning for the eight-year-old girl, who drowned on Thursday after wandering outside the private villa at Emirates Hills where they were staying, and falling into a swimming pool. Somebody was always there to watch over," he said. Chitra told us that everything happened in a span of 10 minutes," said Mr Dev, who has known the family for the past 10 years and has worked with the singer on many occasions.
She first gained fame with her trip hop -inspired debut album, Whoa, Nelly! Furtado's introspective folk-heavy second album, Folklore , explored her Portuguese roots. Its singles received moderate success in Europe, but the album's underperformance compared to her debut was regarded as a sophomore slump. Furtado's third album, Loose , was a smash hit and became her best selling album with more than 12 million copies sold worldwide, also making it one of the best selling albums of the s. Furtado's critically acclaimed duet with James Morrison , " Broken Strings ", also topped the charts in Europe in