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Day 320: Munchkin Monday : Little Claire and her adorable voice

The coming week starting today until Sunday will be a series of special posts. The days of the week will have a prefix of my choice and that will lay the theme or plot for the post. So, today is Munchkin Monday. Why munchkin? Well, I love little kids and babies and this is an informal term for them.

Today's post is about a little munchkin I saw online. She is an internet star and is around 3-4 years of age. She performs and sings Disney songs with her dad and they are adorable.

Their YouTube channel is called Claire and the Crosbys and the subscription list and likes they recieve with every post is a proof of her adorability. I see a succesful and talented singer in her and I am sure she might also be good for voice overs- especially the animated movies.

Here is one the videos that I saw and loved. It is a song from Tangled. It amazes me to see how a three year old has learnt her lines and has rendered it so beautifully. Pitch is one of the most important trait for a good singer. At 3, she is perfect. Pitch-perfect.



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