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Sin·ger

(sing'ĕr),
Mark I., late 20th-century U.S. laryngologist. See: Blom-Singer valve.
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It's "hard to say for sure" if Shmailyuk always wanted to be a frontwoman, "but to be honest I [haven't] done anything else.
God help a frontwoman that age trying to get a record label's attention these days.
"Christina had a notorious reputation as a frontwoman among frontwomen," Palmer says.
Cocteau Twins Stars And Topsoil: A Collection 1982-1990 The Scottish alternative act, who provided the ultimate soundtrack for students everywhere in the 80s, and enigmatic frontwoman Elizabeth Fraser get a new retrospective that should be an important addition to any CD collection.
I gain and lose weight everywhere from the thighs up" Black Eyed Peas frontwoman Fergie, above "I knew Arnold was the father and maybe as Joseph got older and began to look like him, he (Arnold) wondered.
The Black Eyed Peas frontwoman won the prize for new celebrity fragrance of the year for her perfume Outspoken.
"I feel so proud of that-it hasn't been the easiest journey," the No Doubt frontwoman said.
An electro-indie duo from east London with frontwoman El's husky part-growl voice something to behold while guitarist Ed Sonsino is the ideal foil.
" The former Catatonia frontwoman's new album, Don't Look Down, will be released on October 5.
Beth Ditto, frontwoman of indie rock band The Gossip, has collaborated with the retailer to bring her flamboyant style to the high street.
Mariah Carey, named the best-selling female pop artist of the millennium by the World Music Awards, will perform on May 15 with former Black Eyed Peas frontwoman, Fergie, playing the following night.
FORMER Cranberries frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan has killed off hope of the band reforming by finalising plans for her debut solo album.