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Friday, July 11, 2008

11 year old Bianca Ryan

What, you didn't think I was going to stop with Connie Talbot now, did you?



I give you ... 11 year old Bianca Ryan, from American Got Talent!

Move over, Judy Garland!

But don't stop there... check this guy out.

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5 Comments:

Blogger claude said...

Quel talent elles ont ces gamines américaines ! C'est incroyable ! De futures chanteuses pro je pense.
Pour répondre à ta question.
En 1985 après avoir quitté mon ex mari, je suis allée seule à Salt lake City rencontrer pour la première fois mon Amie Julia et son mari Larry. J'ai eu droit aux honneurs de la presse locale.
en 1996 mon Chéri (le nouveu) et mois sommes partis là-bas en vacances pour 3 semaines.
Puis eux, ils sont venus en France, pour la première fois en 2000 et là, nous avons décidé de se voir tous les 3 ans. Donc en 2003 nous y sommes retournés, eux sont revenus en 2006 et si toi et moi comptons, on doit y retourner l'année prochaine. Chaque fois qu'e l'on passe 3 semaines ensembles, c'est très dure de se quitter. Voilà ! notre belle histoire d'amitié !

11:42 PM  
Blogger AphotoAday said...

Well, before I clicked on this I was hoping I wouldn't be reduced to tears (like that other little girl did to me a while back) -- and I survived this time -- but that kid can really sing... I guess you are either born with it or you're not...

Wanted to smack that judge who advised her to change her hair, dress, and shoes -- not a very nice thing to say to someone at such a fragile age...

4:31 AM  
Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

Claude: it's a great story! I have a good friend from Wyoming. She tells me all the time how much she misses the open spaces and the mountains. I guess it must be one of these things you don't quite understand until you see it for yourself.


APhotoADay: No, this kid won't make you cry like Connie did (I just watched Connie again, and what do you know, I crid again!), but it still feels pretty good to know there is so much talent out there. As to the kid's dress, I can't see anything wrong with it (or her shoes, for that matter), but I guess in the industry "image" is very important?

9:27 AM  
Blogger Françoise said...

I am with you both about the sartorial advice. What an idiot! I was blown away by this little girl range and power.I may have to watch the program fromnow on. So far i only watch "So you think you can dance" and , yes the finalists a re superb dancers.

Merci Tomate, j'ai aussi eu les larmes aux yeux avec la petite Connie.

6:05 PM  
Blogger AphotoAday said...

Just wanted to pop in again to wish you a belated Bastille Day -- or as you probably call it -- la fete Nationale. Sounds like a good excuse for a party.

Best regards, Don and Kitty

7:02 AM  

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