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Ramiel Stays For Another Week and ...

I feel for this girl. All the time before the announcement was made on who's going first from the top 12, Ramiel could not contain her seeming insecurity. Her body language reveals that she's about ready to go. What? Without putting up a fight.

Girl you have great voice. But be mindful of the songs you choose and the arrangements that is compatible with your true style and voice range. Do not be afraid. You have gotten this far, haven't you?

Realistically however, I don't think they will really allow you to win. American citizenship and all, but you are not white, my dear. So, do I detect cynicism here? That's for them to judge :-)

Go Ramiel!

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