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LYNDSEY CANNON RELEASES “BFF” SINGLE

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Lyndsey Cannon releases her newest music video entitled “BFF (Best Friends For Ever)” today. In the song, the young singer speaks of the loyalty and love that can only be found in a friendship. The song is playful and upbeat, but not meant to be a party song. “BFF” is perfect for children who enjoy spending quality time with friends.

As a budding artist, Lyndsey has several engagements to attend. The child star will perform at Lego Land California’s “Kids New Years Eve!” celebration on Saturday, December 31, 2011. Prior to the celebration, she will conduct a live UStream via Facebook on Tuesday, December 27, 2011 in an effort to reach out to fans. Updates and other information pertaining to Lyndsey can be found at her website, lyndseycannon.wordpress.com.

Check out Lyndsey’s “BFF” video!

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  1. Lyndsey didn’t ask to be born with this eye color. I dont understand this issue some of you are having with certain attributes/features children are born with. That really sounds like a senseless argument to me. NObody said “light eyes = pretty” you did. This just happens to be a beautiful young girl doing big things. Why is that a crime? Why so much HATE on the children?

  2. It is starting to seem as if all it takes are light eyes/skin & curly hair to call EVERY child with one or more of these features gorgeous…Nuff said.

        • I UNDERSTAND WHAT SHE IS SAYING. SOME PEOPLE HAVE LIGHT EYES, BUT THEY ARE NOT PRETTY. HOWEVER, THEY GET MORE COMPLIMENTS ABOUT BEING PRETTY EVEN THOUGH THEY ARE NOT. LIKE FOR INSTANCE, REAGAN PRESTON GOMEZ DAUGHTER IS GORGEOUS. I MEAN REALLY GORGEOUS. SOME PEOPLE MAY GIVE COMPLIMENTS TO LIGHTER EYES CHILDREN BEFORE THEY GIVE COMPLIMENTS TO BROWN EYED CHILDREN. EVEN IF THE BROWN EYED CHILDREN ARE PRETTIER!

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