Anjati Singh's dream came true when she got to sing for Celine Dion. “We just want to say thank you to Celine Dion for making a 7-year-old’s dream come true," her mother said.
An 8-year-old girl who is deaf has earned raves for her performance signing along to Underwood’s song “The Champion," which the country singer recorded with Ludacris. “She asked us to record her because she likes to see herself perform,” the girl's father, Richard Dahan, told TODAY.
Melt down." Fortin says her favorite tune from the video is their take on the popular song "Meant to Be." "If you've gotta pee, feel free, but baby, maybe don't spray the seat," the duo sings in their version.
From the delivery room, to bringing them home for the first time, to, like, sharing those special moments.” Murgatroyd added: “Like, the first piece of food they put in their mouth and chew and swallow perfectly, it’s like, ‘Oh, my God, we did it.’ … We survived.” The Dancing With the Stars pros, who wed in the summer of 2017, welcomed their now-2-year-old son, Shai, in January of that same year, and their parenting styles haven’t always lined up exactly.
Carrie Underwood serenaded her 4-year-old son, Isaiah, on his big day, but she sang the classic “Happy Birthday” song with a twist. The country singer, 35, sucked from a yellow balloon before giving her son a dramatic rendition of the song in a video her husband, Mike Fisher , posted on Instagram on Wednesday, February 27.
Max's post, set to "The Faith Song" from "The Amazing World of Gumball," features him singing, plus several special snaps of him. Emme got similar treatment in her video, which includes the song “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana” and features a clip of her performing into a microphone.
Fans of the one and only Cookie Monster received the ultimate sweet treat Wednesday evening when the beloved "Sesame Street" character answered questions about his career, his eating habits and his Hollywood pals during a Reddit AMA (short for "Ask Me Anything").
During Sunday's Super Bowl, John Legend and Adam Levine collaborated on a song that resonates with parents of newborns everywhere: "Stinky Booty Duty." Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN EMAIL MORE John Legend appears with his son Miles, daughter Luna and wife Chrissy Teigen in Pamper's Super Bowl commercial.
All previous studies in the literature, unlike the Jacques-Hamilton study, relied on assessing the correlation between introversion-extraversion and happiness as they naturally occur in people's lives (at least as stated on self-report questionnaires).
"Fight Song" singer Rachel Platten is a new mom! "There is so much about this massive love that i want to share but don't yet know how to," Platten, 37, wrote on .
As mentioned earlier, the researchers fed all of the lyrics from 6,150 Billboard Hot 100 songs from 1951 through 2016 into a computer program called "Tone Analyzer." This quantitative analyzer uses psycholinguistics to link specific words with 13 different tones that are subdivided into three categories: (1) Emotional Tone : anger, disgust, fear, joy, sadness; (2) Language Tone : analytical, confident, tentative; (3) Social Tone : openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, emotional range.
The song is among YouTube's most-viewed videos ever with more than 2.1 billion views. In a short while, "Baby Shark" has grown from a children's song to a pop-culture fixture. The entire stock was sold out in just two days.
A video of the traditional father-daughter wedding-reception dance went viral on Facebook when it showed a bride dancing with her dad, who uses a wheelchair.
"So I decided to do something a little vulnerable for me, but something we both loved to do together — sing." That text appeared alongside two videos that show the 26-year-old seated at a piano and breaking out into song — Jackson Browne's "These Days," first popularized by German singer Nico — in tribute to Fisher, who would have been 62 this year.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about LinkedIn Pinterest Is your Elf on the Shelf lazy? You've never felt so understood, thanks to this funny video The Holderness family, who produced the viral Christmas Jammies video, made a funny, sympathetic video for parents who have a lazy Elf on the Shelf.
Cutie head-banging toddler rocks highs and lows of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Sonja Haller, USA TODAY Published 4:39 p.m. ET Nov. 4, 2018 | Updated 5:39 p.m. ET Nov. 4, 2018 Holly Lee, 3, of Scotland, learned "Bohemian Rhapsody" from her mother because it was the only song she knew all the words to.
“He lays on my legs and asks the baby how its day was. “It’s going to be so different for you ladies to see a different body than you have been used to seeing since 2013… but I’m so excited to share this with you.”
Oprah Winfrey’s mother, Vernita Lee, died on Thanksgiving Day. In a recent interview with People, Winfrey opened up about the emotional days before her mother’s passing. Winfrey is great friends with gospel singer Wintley Phipps, and she called him and asked him to sing “Precious Lord” to her mother.
The majority of parents surveyed understand the importance of exposing their offspring to new music — 85 percent believe it’s essential their kids experience music that’s different than what they usually hear, something to remember the next time you shake a rattle, sing "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" or watch your child shred while playing Guitar Hero.
Massive Christmas light display flashes in sync with 'Baby Shark' song We just had to show you this amazing Christmas light display from the Hinojosa family of Boerne, Texas, that's synced to "Baby Shark."
The creators of popular Irish children’s TV series, Pablo, have launched the new song and video, Do Your Best, to encourage children to celebrate their uniqueness. The video was created by the producers of Pablo, a show which highlights diversity and supports children on the autism spectrum.
The Grammy nominee shared her story with a crowd full of fans — including boyfriend Channing Tatum — before performing the tune during a concert at Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday, November 12.
“I wanted to write this song for myself in my moment of pain and sadness but also to give myself joy, to give other people something that they can listen to in the moment when it gets really hard,” the London native explained.