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CNN reports the inspiration story of a plucky little three-year-old girl defied the odds when she woke up from a five-day coma singing "Mamma Mia." The three-year-old from Gidea Park in Essex, fell ill last month and suffered a heart attack just two hours after being admitted to hospital. Her family was told she would not awake, but five days later the youngster surprised them all when she came round, singing the words to the Abba song Mamma Mia! You can watch the CNN report right here on BWW TV's STAGE TUBE.

^ I REALLY, REALLY wish that I had a video of this because trust me what I'm's just weird. but who DOESN'T know the words to that song? YES, I'VE BEEN BROKENHEARTED. BLUE, SINCE THE DAY WE PARTED!

- "The Wild Rib Cookoff" is underway in downtown Erie. blah blah blah. I'm not going. <- if you want to eat some BBQ

- I went back to Crossroads and I don't want to go back for a long, long, long time.

- I have a job now, so.


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