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Lovely voice. My suggestions are just to focus on maintaining steady pitch and rhythm. Though it's fine to take some liberty at the ends of phrases, I'd keep the energy going. The intro is really tough, even for me; I think it deserves a little extra attention since it sets the expectation for the rest of the piece. There should definitely be a tempo change between the intro and the rest. You'll also want to be sure to keep sentences connected so they make more sense to the listener. Some key phrases that could be more connected are:
Great Job Brittany!! You have such a beautiful voice!! The song was great!! Hope to see more from you!!
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