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Christopher Michael Pratt //

I always wanted to be a performer, but discipline was something I needed help with, and I got that through wrestling and football. Through sports, I learned how to work my ass off and how to take advice and say “I don’t know” when I don’t know and to ask questions and be confident. It all came from sports and from my coaches. Gary Cease, he was a wrestling coach and he told me that I was creative and that was a cool thing. He could’ve called me weird, but he didn’t. My dad coached me, and when he wasn’t a coach, he was there leaning on a fence at the practices. I learned more from sports about how to handle myself in Hollywood than I ever did doing plays. (inspiration)

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It’s funny when I feel left out, or in the cold, and everyone’s
focusing on me. Onstage, it’s so much about the music that I feel comfortable. But being the frontwoman is not an easy job, 
it’s something I’m really proud to be getting better at; performing really well, singing really well and speaking to the crowd –
that’s the part I’m most nervous about, like “What do I say that makes me sound cool?”