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Paris Tassin

January 21, 2011 by Post Team 

Paris Tassin, Tassin Paris became pregnant at 18, and her daughter was diagnosed in utero with hydrocephalus. She decided to keep the child, and now Keira has hearing problems, but is healthy. “She’s the best thing that ever happened to me in my life and I am very proud of her,” said teary-eyed Paris. She sings Carrie Underwood temporary home, “because it has meaning “and she sings with passion and deep emotion that we do not often heard in the first three shows, although we have heard fine singers. This note is not perfect, but it is enough to get tears of Jennifer. “It was the first time that happened today,” said Jennifer.

“I did it for my daughter,” Paris said. “I want him to learn, go to your dreams. Do whatever you want to do in life. ”

The latest Auditioner-sad-story ‘Paris’’ Tassin, who became pregnant and found her baby, had hydrocephalus, a buildup of water in the skull, causing brain swelling. The doctors said the baby in Paris could not survive and so Paris should not have. But she did and her name is Kira. She has hearing aids, but is otherwise healthy.

Paris sings “Temporary Home” by Ms. Underwood and if you close your eyes she sounds like Carrie on a lot of notes. Interesting. I mean, Paris is obviously good because they would not pull on our heartstrings like that and then say “no” to it. Although if they ever did it would be a little funny because this show never makes it.

Anyway, Paris J. Lo tears in her eyes and so Paris begins to cry and J. Lo is watching this girl as she wants to adopt her and her baby and take her home to her fabulous palace J. Lo and her children were playing with Kira. He is adorable, J. Lo a fair bit we won, she’s so into it and emotionally.

Source: http://content.usatoday.com/communities/idolchatter/post/2011/01/well-always-have-paris-paris-tassin-that-is/1

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