About a group of friends competing in a national tween music video contest. Enter a world of hilarious adventures, original songs and never before seen dance routines. You will be left believing in the power of childhood dreams. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A group of young girls is competing in a nation teen music video competition.
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