Gaga over Winnipeg girl: Is 10-years-old too young to be in the spotlight?
- February 18, 2011 10:40 AM |
- By POV
One Winnipeg girl is becoming a YouTube sensation thanks to an endorsement by Lady Gaga.
Maria Aragon, 10, posted a video of herself playing a keyboard and singing the pop superstar's newest song, Born This Way. The video was posted on Feb. 16 and had 3,100 hits prior to being noticed by Gaga.
It saw a massive increase in views when Gaga went to her Twitter page on Thursday to compliment Aragon's rendition.
"Can't stop crying watching this. This is why I make music. She is the future," Gaga's posting stated.
The video had been viewed more than 1.4 million times as of 10 a.m. ET on Friday.
"Gaga sent me here," one person commented, while the majority of those who left posted remarks lauding Maria's voice as "amazing."
The number of viewings could continue to soar, as Lady Gaga has 8.2 million Twitter followers.
Do you think 10-years-old is too young to be in the spotlight? What do you think will happen to Aragon now that Lady Gaga has noticed her? Let us know in the comments below.
(This survey is not scientific. It is based on readers' responses.)
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