And even though she's remaining silent, her rep has spoken out!
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We could listen to this all day!
Tori Amos has released a brand new music video for the song Promise, but it was her daughter Tash's musical chops that have our heads swimming!
The 13-year-old, whose full name is Natashya Lórien Hawley, participates in this hauntingly beautiful song off Tori's album Unrepentant Geraldines, and we're mighty impressed with the teenager indeed!
Tori has taught her VERY well! This kid is bound to be a star!
Check out the music video featuring BOTH talented ladies (above) !!!
At the time - there was SO much controversy over that pic!
The mother of Willow Smith recently was talking to the website Net-a-Porter when the controversial photo, which featured the 13-year-old on a bed with the 20-year-old shirtless former Hannah Montana star Moises Arias, was brought up again.
Here's what Jada said about that:
We can’t believe how sad this is.
An 18-year-old girl in China was discovered dead in her bed and authorities think it was her iPhone that killed her!
Vroom! Vroom! 16-year-olds barely need ONE car!
The 16-year-old, who turns 17 soon, added to her vehicle collection - her first car was a $110,000 Mercedes G-Class SUV - with a Range Rover and it seems like she's in love with her new whip!
This 16-year-old has been beating the odds since he was four-years-old so it's no surprise to anyone that he's defeated the latest challenge in his life.
At the age of four-years-old, Alex Hunter and his family were told by doctors that Alex had a rare stage four cancer called rhabdomyosarcoma. After beating that, the kid from Delano, California was diagnosed with Hurthle Cell Carcinoma at the age of 13, but he beat that, too!
Basically the little guy fought for his life and has managed to become one inspirational 16-year-old who loves to sing… and who is also currently cancer free.
Oh yeah, and insurance companies can eff off.
This is too much.
A 15-year-old Kentucky teenager was hospitalized with 2nd degree burns after he lit himself on fire because of some Youtube videos other teens posted.
What kind of videos would prompt a teen to do such a thing?
Well, they are called Fire Challenge videos, and it appears to be a sort of online trend.
“OMG. I think I’m being kidnapped.”
That was the last text 14-year-old April Millsap ever sent her boyfriend. The ominous message now serves as a clue for cops in Armada, Michigan who are investigating April’s mysterious murder.
The recent middle school grad was walking her dog along Macomb Orchard Trail last week when police say she was attacked and killed by a still unknown suspect. Hours later, a couple walking along the wooded path came across