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PINK! is the youth wing of the Dutch political party Party for the Animals (Partij voor de DierenPvdD).

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Her real name is Alecia Moore. She is one of the best role models for troubled teenagers who are involved in drugs and alcohol. Alecia was, too, a troubled teenager back in the day. She lost one of her best friends to drugs, watched her parents go through a rough divorce, overdosed and still found a path that led her to who she is today. This talented singer, dancer, and song writer no longer uses drugs and she is extremely successful with an uplifting story behind her. Alecia went through everything teenagers today are experiencing and she fell into peer pressure, but she also came through it. Therefore, she is a wonderful example of the fact that even successful people can have a past.

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I decided at 15 that I didn't want to be one of those artists that gets up and sings love songs they don't mean. I decided that I was going to be me to the fullest extent, that my songs were going to reflect relationships I've had, things I've been through, and even the stuff I'm embarrassed about.

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