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choirboy

one of a number of young boys who sing the treble part in a church choir
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Encouraged by her parents, mum Susan and dad Selwyn, a retired factory worker, she won the BBC Welsh Choirgirl of the Year competition at the age of 13.
The court heard how Nugusse had been 'dating' choirgirl Arsema for two years after they met at St Michael's Orthodox Church in Camberwell.
The role is a far cry from one of her early film appearances in American Pie when she played the part of choirgirl Heather.
The album, out in October, will feature sacred and religious pieces that have a direct link with her past, such as the version of Ave Maria she sang in the Choirgirl of the Year competition.
Unlike much of the Lilith fare with which her work is often compared, Amos's albums have aged remarkably well--1998's haunting From the Choirgirl Hotel sounds particularly fresh--and lyrics like "So you can make me come, it doesn't make you Jesus" highlight just how daring she can be.
ALTERNATIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE: ``From the Choirgirl Hotel,'' Tori Amos; ``Hello Nasty,'' Beastie Boys; ``Is This Desire?
Worldwide, her critically acclaimed discography includes the 1992 multi-platinum breakthrough album Little Earthquakes and 1994's Under The Pink, as well as the platinum successes Boys For Pele, From The Choirgirl Hotel and To Venus and Back.
To progress, and be in with a chance of winning the PS50,000 cash prize, the groups must impress a panel of musical judges - the nation's favourite choirmaster Gareth Malone, international recording artist Kelis (a former choirgirl herself) and the first of the show's superstar guest judges, singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha.
POLICE were slammed by an inquest jury for failing to properly investigate threats to a choirgirl, killed by her jealous former boyfriend.
So, 15 years after I pranced around in a choirgirl outfit "working" as a Manumission entertainer, I booked my first trip back to see how the island had changed.
This day shaped my I entered a Choirgirl Year competition at my church when I was 10 - this was taken at the final, where I came second.