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Ciara and Lil' Romeo CD Reviews

Lil' Romeo releases Romeoland and Ciara debuts in the music world with her disc, Goodies. Get the reviews right here! Back to Article

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XX_PrettyGurlSwag_XX
XX_PrettyGurlSwag_XX wrote:
2013-08-01 20:06:50 -0700

my goodies is my jam lol

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kaiyacoolgurl
kaiyacoolgurl wrote:
2012-08-01 14:57:50 -0700

Lovee working with u in da movie honey i was a backround dancer

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AliceFellDownnn
AliceFellDownnn wrote:
2011-04-25 08:22:49 -0700

I don't really think this will be a good movie, but I'll watch it anyways.

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blinkie
blinkie wrote:
2011-04-24 15:00:54 -0700

i love ciara but now my fave pop singer is ashley tisdale and jordin sparks

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