– Everleigh Rose’s debut song “Like Taylor Swift” has hit the airwaves
– The song is playing all over the world, including in the U.K., Norway, Kansas, and Guatemala
– The song has received mixed reactions, with some comparing it to Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” but others defending Everleigh and praising her talent and hard work
A 10-year-old girl named Everleigh Rose recently received exciting news. Her debut song, “Like Taylor Swift,” which went viral after its release on September 4, has already hit the airwaves. Everleigh’s mother, Savannah LaBrant, shared a video on Instagram Stories on September 12, capturing the moment she told Everleigh about her song’s achievement. In the video, Savannah picked up Everleigh from a dance class and revealed that her song was playing on the radio worldwide. Everleigh was shocked and overwhelmed by the news, exclaiming that only famous artists like Taylor Swift usually have their songs on the radio.
Since its release, the song has gained significant attention, with its music video on YouTube reaching over 1.3 million views. Titled “Like Taylor Swift,” the song features Everleigh mentioning several of Swift’s songs and singing about moving to Tennessee and listening to Taylor on the radio. While the song has received mixed reactions, some comparing it to Rebecca Black’s infamous song “Friday,” others, including JoJo Siwa, have come to Everleigh’s defense. Emphasizing the catchiness and adorableness of the song, JoJo addressed the negative comments and urged people to stop bullying a 10-year-old and her debut song, reminding them to grow up and lose their egos.
JoJo also showered Everleigh with praise, describing her as one of the kindest and hardest working kids she has had the joy of being around. She emphasized that Everleigh deserves all the love and success she has received. It’s heartening to see support for Everleigh amidst the criticism, especially from fellow stars who understand the challenges of growing up in the public eye.
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