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    lyke this post if u cry everi time!!!
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    Hey everyone! My name's Drew!! It's been awhile since I've joined any type of forum, so I'm excited to get back into it. I'm not usually one to talk about myself, but I'll go into a quick ramble I guess lmao. I'm super into movies and music. Almost obsessively at some points. I could talk for days about movies, honestly. Star Wars is my favorite series (Empire Strikes Back is my fav if anyone actually knows the series!). When it comes to music, my two favorite artists are Britney Spears & Miley Cyrus. They've changed my life and help shape me into the person I am today. I also really enjoy reading, writing, and I'm slowly delving into the world of anime - hence the gif lmao. Okay so that's about all there is to tell. You could get a better sense of who I am on social media, but let me not drag on & on. I look forward to meeting new people and exploring this site!! -Drew
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    Sorry but this really bugs me that they havent said it was a terrorist attack.. my guess is cause he's a white American.. so he gets off easy as a lone wolf! it just really annoys me he inflicted terror which makes him a terrorist but god forbid they say that.
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    As bad as taylor swift’s reputation
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    This thread makes me want a stiff drink.
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    Do you swear on your Dad's life you did nothing wrong?
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    I AM SCREAMING! What an iconic conversation. I'm definitely using these arguments now when someone don't want to give me a song.
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    I've always had fun making album covers and one of my favorite things to do is sharing them. So here are some of MY covers from over the last few years. I've put them all in this spoiler because there's quite a lot that I'm sharing from 2013-2017.
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    An iconic meltdown... Trisha Paytas is shaking!
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    the thread the conversation the expose that whore's dad '' i just can't
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    "don't make a 18 old cry" ICONIC
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    nnnnn the amount of iconic lines in this thread
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    Looking for Aly & AJ (78violet): Damaged Civilian Cold Hearted Girl Tracks
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    Halloween is one of the most celebrated holidays in the world, even if its presence isn't marked on any calendar. Some of its appeal definitely has to do with the fact that its mostly polytheistic - although it started out as a Wiccan holiday, Halloween is essentially now atheist and up to be enjoyed by anyone. But its also one of the thematically strongest and widest, and one of the funnest, as it gets people off church pews and into their local communities and brings back the childhood joy of playing dress up. But despite all that, there's relatively few songs that have been released especially for All Hallow's Eve. Unlike Christmas, which gets half a dozen high-profile holiday-themed albums dedicated to it every year (thanks, Mariah), Halloween has never had it's moment to shine on the pop charts, with partygoers and trick or treaters having to deal with whatever spooky remnants they can scratch out of the rest of the years hits. In this list, we'll be looking at ten of the best songs to play at this year's Halloween bash - and though few of them are specifically Halloween themed, all of them are bound to go over a treat with whatever riff-raff you'll have knocking at your door on Halloween night. 10. Ministry - Everyday Is Halloween The most explicitly "Halloween-ish" themed song on the list, Ministry's 'Everyday Is Halloween' has been a staple of Halloween parties for decades, ever since it was released in 1984. Moreover, it has been adopted by the Gothic community as a kind of mantra to live by every day, thanks to its lyrics of disenfranchisement and isolation. It may not be the most well-known track at your party, but the new wave jam is sure to turn more than a few heads and makes some good background music for your session of "pin the bandage on the mummy". 9. Britney Spears - Toxic It might not be the most logical song to include on a Halloween collection, but Britney's 'Toxic' is actually perfect for any spooky themed party. Not only does the song discuss a dangerous kind of love with a poisonous twist, but the music video pretty much perfectly captures the Halloween vibe with the multiple outfit changes and Britney dressing up as various versions of herself to seek revenge on an ex-lover. Otherwise, if you want more of a literal twist on the holiday, check out her under-appreciated bop 'Scary' here. 8. Rihanna - Disturbia Rihanna's 'Disturbia' is probably one of the most overlooked bops of her career, even though it was a pretty big hit when it was first released back in, 2008, hitting #1 in the US and even being nominated for a Grammy. It's a shame, because the song's refrain of "bum bum be dum, bum bum be dum dum" is insanely catchy and sure to make everyone hit the floor. The video is also one of Rihanna's best, featuring some of her most iconic looks and some truly unsettling scenes of her being restrained and covered in spiders, or chained down in a narrow alcove. 'Disturbia' is definitely Rih's spookiest song, but if you're just here to play dress-up then don't forget about 'S&M', and if you need some filler tracks for your playlist then don't forget about 2009's Rated R album, especially it's lead single 'Russian Roulette'. 7. Sky Ferreira - Night Time, My Time If you're sick of the poppy, dancey hits straight from the charts and just looking for a track to roll a blunt to, look no further than Sky Ferreira's 'Night Time, My Time'. The title track from her debut album, the song's title is inspired by a phrase uttered in the film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, which explains a lot about it's vibe. The song drips of Lynchian influence with it's beat (consisting of just a heavy drum and strings) and the vocal style Ferreira uses to deliver it which is essentially a breathy whisper. Definitely not a club banger, but it's a nice change of pace from the more up-tempo songs. 6. The Cranberries - Zombie 'Zombie' is the perfect Halloween song just for the name alone, but it's catchy chorus only makes things better. Really, the only reason this isn't higher on the list is because of the real subject matter behind the metaphor: according to lead singer Dolores O'Riordan, 'Zombie' is actually about a series of IRA bombings in 1993 that led to the deaths of two children, which makes it a little hard to dance to willingly. Still, it's the perfect track for late in the night when the drinks have stopped flowing and everyone's getting sleepy. 5. Eminem - The Monster (Feat. Rihanna) I wasn't the biggest fan of Eminem's 'The Monster' when it was first released, but I'll admit that after hearing dozens of spins on the radio that "ooh, ooh" post chorus really started getting to me. It might not be the easiest song to dance to, but everyone's bound to sing (or even rap) along and the psychological horror themed lyrics are perfect for any spooky celebration. For a more mellow listening experience, try out the songwriter Bebe Rexha's original demo for 'The Monster'. 4. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads Will Roll Possibly the most little known song on this list, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs nevertheless have one of the catchiest Halloween themed songs with 'Heads Will Roll'. Released in 2009, the song was apparently written from the perspective of Alice in Wonderland's Queen of Hearts, which explains the chorus of 'Off, off, off with your head'. The stylish music video even makes allusions to 'Thriller', with a dancing werewolf in red shoes making his way through each member of the band as they play the tune. To get the party even more "lit", consider spinning A-Trak's remix of the song as well. 3. Sharon Needles - Call Me On The Ouija Board Pretty much every song from Sharon Needle's discography can culminate into a Halloween playlist, but there's none quite as catchy as the stellar 'Call Me On The Ouija Board'. Released on the spooky cooky Hallowooky drag queen's first album PG-13, the song alternates between shameless pop jam and horror movie parody in a way only Needles can, but its amazing chorus puts it up there with some of the best songs from Britney or Gaga. Bonus points goes to the music video, which finds Sharon recreating the best horror films of the past fifty years. 2. Lady Gaga - Bad Romance Its title might allude to a romance film, but 'Bad Romance' really slips much more heavily into the realm of horror thanks to its creepy lyrics, which range from endless Hitchcock references to lines like "I want your horror/I want your disease". The music video takes things to the next level, featuring a Dracula-esque harpsichord, a collection of coffins that backup dancers awake from, and razor blade sunglasses. Honorary mentions must also go to Gaga's 'Dance In The Dark', 'Monster' and 'Bloody Mary', all of which feature a twisted, dark Halloween vibe in their productions. 1. Michael Jackson - Thriller Everyone probably saw this one coming from a mile away, but there's really no other song that deserves to take the top spot so much as the King of Pop's incredible 'Thriller'. Released at the height of his popularity in 1983, the song became an instant hit, and its creepy sound effects (think ominous thunder, booming footsteps and dogs howling) as well as its introduction courtesy of Vincent Price make it perfect for Halloween. Moreover, the song's groundbreaking music video is often thought of as the best to ever be made, and revolutionised the medium for years to come. Play the song on it's own and try your best to re-enact the iconic choreography; or, for a more complete experience, break out 'Bad', 'Scream' and 'Ghosts' and dance the night away to MJ's greatest scary hits.
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    So as some of you know, it was my birthday a couple of weeks ago on the 8th of September. My parents been knew for years that I wanted a dog but they kept trynna play me by saying they would get me one and then not coming through. But this year, a couple of days after my birthday we found a Japanese Spitz puppy for sale and we actually went and picked him up! Here's some pics of my baby who we named Biff on my dad's suggestion. I have to say, as much as I love him I don't think I realised how much work he would be. I literally spend every second of the day I'm at home playing with him, cleaning up after him, feeding him, training him or taking him for walks. Because of that it's been so hard to update PHF and I want to apologise for not being on here as much as I should. I'm trying my best to log on as much as possible and I'm still responding to PMs as quick as I can so please don't hate me On another note, if any of y'all have any advice on how to raise puppies then please let me know. He's still not toilet trained and I'm feeling like a failure.
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    A generalized IP address from your router being given away to someone that is more likely to show your ISP's information rather than anything truly linked to you. Illegally purchasing copy-written materials worth hundreds/thousands of dollars of a very large company's money. Which do you think law enforcement is more likely to follow up on? Especially since we have multiple people here who have witnessed and can prove that you've done just that; you've even admitted to doing multiple times as well. Hmmmmm, I wonder...
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    omg wow I didn't think there was so many people here from SIN!! @lightyears, @Zach, & @Ruthless Love hello everyone!!! @eyb0ss listen - all it took was my bf sitting me down and forcing me to watch Attack on Titan with him and it's all gone downhill from there (MHA >>>>>) @Countess omg most likely and god bless the Last Jedi will save cinema
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    I am literally in tears since I heard the news. This act of violence was so unnecessary (as every act of violence). I don't understand why people have to be that way. It's seriously fucked up. I wonder if the shooter thought for a minute about the mothers and father's of those killed people. Some of them might even have babies who became orphans now. This is disgusting. I can't even imagine how my mom would feel if I went to a concert and never came back. What is the fucking purpose of this hatred? What do such people score by killing others? I am truly devastated by what happened.
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    It's fucked up you even thought of making a joke about this situation...
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    Yes, it was 100% a terrorist attack. And I believe you are correct as to why they haven't said that. By definition, terrorists should have political aims, but there is no doubt by the vast majority that he was a terrorist. The definition really should change to just be about massive acts of violence considering the media and government has tried to change it anyway to only apply to people coming from the Middle East. If I read this correctly, it was a Jason Aldean show that he was shooting at.
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    After eleven years of waiting, several false starts and countless delays, Fergie's sophomore album Double Dutchess has finally been released. A visual album, the thirteen tracks are accompanied by Seeing Double, a "visual experience" which contains standalone music videos for each of the songs as well as an exclusive interview with Fergie about the project. Of all of the music videos on Seeing Double, 'A Little Work' has to be my favourite. I'm not sure if I have the right words to explain it, but I found it beautiful, sad and intriguing. The video really spoke to me and the story behind it is based on Fergie's past and is mind-blowing! To understand it better, I'd recommend watching Fergie's 2012 interview with Oprah. During her time in the R&B girl group Wild Orchid, Fergie was a crystal meth addict. The drugs made her lose her mind. Fergie felt like she was in some kind of alternate reality and that FBI and SWAT teams were following her. One day, she stumbled across a church and entered it to escape the law enforcement agencies. She had a conversation with God inside this church. According to Fergie, she stated to God: "Alright, if I go out there and the FBI and SWAT Team is not out there, then it's the drugs and I'm stopping." Eventually, she braced herself to leave the church and there was no FBI or SWAT Team, only herself and God. She kept her promise, and from that day forth Fergie didn't touch crystal meth again in her life. The video is a dramatisation of these events. It starts as Fergie walks down the street alone, confused, and frightened. This scene is intercut with scenes of Fergie as a narrator telling us she was seeing "devil faces" and that she was surrounded by creatures who were sending her all kinds of evil messages. Fergie sees a church and walks in, barricading the door behind her. Panicked, Fergie thinks she is surrounded, and kneels down to pray. As the song begins, Fergie lays in a hospital bed in some sort of mental health clinic. Scenes are shown of Fergie in a padded cell wearing a straight jacket and beginning to lose her mind, hallucinating dozens of pills falling around her. Interspersed are scenes of a little girl wandering through a forest: this is Fergie as a child. Fergie as a narrator tells us that she has written journals to herself in which she expresses her feelings, as another version of Fergie dressed as a nurse inspects the patient lying in bed. In later scenes, Fergie plays a mother who takes care of her child. There are too many bills to pay but no money to pay them, and eventually the mother receives an eviction notice. God and Jesus are very important to her. She has a cross with Jesus on the wall and a picture of Mary in her hands. I think these scenes refer to the period of Fergie's life in which she was broke, spending all of her money on drugs. Later in the video, Fergie wakes up in a forest. Fergie as narrator tells us that she keeps having visions. She says she has to work hard to keep these visions and spirits away. Fergie believes that in the holy war of good and evil, the good will always be more powerful. As she says this, a war erupts around Fergie's bed. Soldiers are running all over the place and explosions are seen in the distance. A soldier is standing next to her bed. His last name is Ferguson. Next, yet another version of Fergie appears at a funeral. This is the funeral of her maternal grandfather, Gore. Fergie is devastated that he died because she saw him as her guardian angel. On the battlefield,Fergie joins the war, while in the church her paranoia grows. In her mind, the SWAT team is still outside the church, trying to break in. As the final chorus begins, Fergie wears a beautiful glowing dress; she is radiant and ready to battle her demons. Inside the church, the different incarnations of Fergie watch: Fergie in a straight jacket, Fergie the nurse, Fergie the mother. She is ready for the battle. She walks down the aisle, to the exit of the church, as though she is walking into the light. Then the most inspiring part of the video starts. Fergie opens the door. wearing a dress; but when she walks out the other side, she wears a new outfit together with her son, Axl Jack. This part of the video has so much meaning. The fact that there was no SWAT team out there made Fergie quit the drugs. And because she stopped, she met her husband and together they have a beautiful child, Axl Jack. Together, they walk away from the church, stronger than ever and with each other to live for. For me, this video was incredibly emotional and I found the story behind it very sad, yet beautiful. This was a genius video with a beautiful song to match. I think this is definitely the most fascinating and intriguing video off Double Dutchess: Seeing Double. What are your thoughts?
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    Demi Lovato Sexy Dirty Love
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    Shania Twain Now Back
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    OMFG! I AM SCREAMING AND CRYING! THIS IS PERFECT! I almost gave him that Selena song but after reading it, I am not willing to give him anything. Thanks for the heads up, dad FeelMe!
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    She is just so fake. I used to Stan hard during BTW era. But in time I started to hate her. Her behavior is really bothering. I hate her personality. Her music became cringey too. I am really sad a disappointed to see such a star with such a legacy going through a downward spiral.
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    Blade Runner 2049 is the latest film from Denis Villeneuve, the French Canadian film director extraordinaire who made a splash last year with one of the years best, Arrival. Following on from the events of 1982's Blade Runner, the film stars Ryan Gosling in the lead, with Harrison Ford an supporting role in the third act; and Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoek, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Carla Juri, Dave Bautista and Jared Leto rounding out the ensemble cast. Going into this film I had very little idea what it was about, which is probably a good thing. Trying to summarise this two and a half hour spectacular into a by-line doesn't turn out very well, and would probably lead to something like, "Ryan Reynolds questions his humanity while robots play dress up", or "Harrison Ford returns as a maybe robot, this time with a maybe successor". Part of my lack of knowledge definitely has to with the filmmakers decision to not reveal too much of the plot, which is as it should be: the original film's cult status was due to its ambiguity, especially as to whether or not Deckard is a replicant. For those interested you can check out more full summaries online, but for the purpose of this review all you'll need to know is that 2049 takes place thirty years after the events of the original, with Gosling as K taking on the role of "blade runner" that was previously held by Ford's Deckard. Blade runners are agents solicited by the police to take down "replicants", artificially designed robots that have over time become indistinguishable from real humans and who now pose threat to society. Also of note is the fact that the world's climate is in total disarray, with most of the earth's resources toxic in one way or another; and that because of this, many more humans have escaped to "off world" colonies on other planets since the events of the original film. Speaking of the original film, it's definitely a must-watch regardless of if you're interested in the sequel or not. Watching the sequel without knowledge of the original will still make total sense, but you'll be missing out on a lot of the visual allusions and easter eggs that you'd find interesting with a knowledge of the original film's plot. I haven't seen it in a while, which means that some of this film's intricacies were lost on me compared to others I saw it with, but I still picked up the meaning of origami unicorns and certain musical cues which I definitely wouldn't have without seeing the original. With all that said, it's worth noting that the film's focus definitely isn't on it's plot alone. The main story itself is passably interesting, and features a major twist around halfway through which will alter your perception of its predictability; and there's a lot of fascinating sub-plots that don't do much to progress the storyline but which are interesting enough on their own that it doesn't really matter. The characters are equally fascinating, thanks in large part to their expert cast, many of whom are relative unknowns. Females play a particularly large part, from the villanious Luv (Sylvia Hoeks) whose job it is to track down K, and who at one point launches missiles at her enemies through virtual reality glasses while simultaneously getting a holographic manicure from one of her workers; to Joi (Ana de Armas), K's entirely holographic virtual girlfriend who becomes a surprisingly loveable ally; and Lt. Joshi (Robin Wright), the hardened human detective with questionable morals. Gosling and Ford, for their part, put in performances of the calibre you'd expect from each of them, even if they don't necessarily reinvent the wheel. But overall, the film is best digested as an "experience", with the plot only making up part of its beauty. The original Blade Runner featured groundbreaking visuals, and this one continues the trend with a brilliantly realised aesthetic that's just as important to focus on as the plot. From a fallen and overgrown Las Vegas shrouded with the remnants of collapsed erotica statues, to the modernist pyramid of a headquarters that Wallace Corporation uses as their base, to the neon lit alleyways that populated the first film, every scene presents a beautifully stylised noir version of the future that could be paused at any frame to reveal an artwork fit for MoMA. The costuming is equally beautiful, especially when it comes to Joi, who flits between wigs and costumes at will depending on her mood; and Niander Wallace (Jared Leto), the cybernetically enhanced leader of the Wallace Corporation who rocks funky eyes and a USB reader on his neck. The music is equally effective, thanks to the combined efforts of Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch. Zimmer's Inception-style tracks are easily spotted, as well as some soundscapes that evoke Ridley Scott's other masterpiece, Alien. They might not be the kind of song you could listen to outside of the fourth wall, but they do an excellent job at building tension, especially during some of the films more action-oriented scenes. Keep an eye out for J and Deckard facing off against each other to the tune of Elvis Presley's 'Can't Help Falling in Love'. Overall, the film brings up just as many questions as it answers, some of which may be answered in a sequel. There's definitely allusions to much, much larger incidents occurring in the Blade Runner universe, particularly amongst sex working double agent Mariette (Mackenzie Davis), and the one-eyed rebellion leader Freysa (Hiam Abbass); and Villeneuve has done such a spectacular job at building the world that I would happily spend another three hours inside it any day of the week. The only thing left now is for it to find its audience; at last check, the film was already being called out as a "box office bomb", which is a lot less than the film's talented director and cast deserve. But even if these questions go unanswered, as many in the original film did, Blade Runner 2049 can rest easy knowing that it has excelled not only as a much-anticipated sequel, but as a brilliantly realised standalone film. We can't wait to see what Villeneuve has up his sleeve next.
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    Aly&Aj Potential Breakup Song
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    Gossip Girl is one of my all-time favorite shows, I'm here for a reboot if they can do it right. Especially if it means Dan isn't fucking Gossip Girl.
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    If you actually made a joke about this situation, I would have lost all respect towards you as a user and a person. Lots of people died, this isn't a laughing matter no matter who was headlining the concert.
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    Welcome to PHF! Who were you on KIN? (Stolen from @Countess)
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    No need to say more! Welcome, baby!
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    it's not you or the forum it's cos this thread has drama and gays survive on it. everyone loves this forum or wise we wouldn't be here.
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    not you almost gave him a song that i gave you
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    I watched half of it last night and it was a little boring, I skipped the whole middle part I've never been a huge Gaga fan and I think it's because of her personality, idk why but it really bothers me. Also the fact that she's still talking about the whole Madonna/Born This Way thing after all those years is just tragic tbh. But I did enjoy some part of the documentary such as the moment with her grandmother and also the walmart part was quite fun too!
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    edit: (idk what just happened and why that posted in three separate posts but you get my gist)
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    Seems like @Insatiable should fight you rn
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    Charli XCX Vroom Vroom Booklet
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    The queen of country is slaying us once again! In anticipation of her forthcoming album Younger Now, Miley Cyrus has decided to give her fans a treat. She performed for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge not only her two recent singles 'Malibu' and 'Younger Now', but also her iconic classics 'Party In The USA' and, for the tenth anniversary of the song, 'See You Again'. Finally, Miley also covered a classic Roberta Flack song, 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face'. The onetime Disney star continued the western theme she's been loving as of late, looking stunning in a sparkly blue pair of cowboy boots and an oversized Elvis Presley tee. What's more, she performed straight from her own recording studio Rainbowland Studios in Malibu, California. Watch the amazing performances below, or check out the full performance on BBC's online player here!

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