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Welcome to Monday... If you've EVER seriously thought about quitting your job you'll LOVE this! HERE'S how it done! :-)
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The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was taped Wednesday and Taylor Swift put on a show!
Adam Levine was also in the house to cheer on his Victoria's Secret model fiancee.
Get this... A new study out of Europe has found that more and more parents sing their children to sleep with modern pop songs like RIHANNA'S "Umbrella" than old-school lullabies like "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star".
In fact, half of the 2,000 parents who were surveyed preferred singing relatively current rock and pop songs to their kids . . . with only 15% favoring old lullabies and nursery rhymes.
Almost eight in 10 parents say they do sing to their kids . . . with 64% saying they "usually" sing a contemporary song. 45% say they do it because the song is stuck in their head.
20% of the parents admitted it's because they know more of the words to modern songs than nursery rhymes . . . while a little over 5% claimed they don't know ANY traditional children's songs.
So what are these parents singing?
The top 10 songs are:
1. "Just the Way You Are", by Bruno Mars
2. "Someone Like You", by Adele
3. "Umbrella", by Rihanna
4. "Angels", by Robbie Williams
5. "Diamonds", by Rihanna
6. "Sweet Child O' Mine", by Guns 'N Roses
7. "Wonderwall", by Oasis
8. "I Knew You Were Trouble", by Taylor Swift
9. "Beautiful", by Christina Aguilera
10. "All About You", by McFly
(You can find the Top 20 by scrolling down at this link.)
*Do you have any you can add? :-)
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Incase you missed it this week, Miley Cyrus covered Lana Del Rey's song "Summertime Sadness" at the BBC Studios.
I feel BAD as until now I didn't know that she could actually SING! Great job!!
* What are YOUR honest thoughts on her performance?