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Emma Watson, a former member of the band The Shins, is back in the spotlight.
Watson, who starred in the ABC comedy series Emmys and the 2016 Disney animated film Moana, recently performed the iconic song “Emma Singery” at the Grammys, a ceremony held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
The song, which Watson has performed live several times before, is a song that the singer and her band have been playing since they formed in 2014.
Watson says the song’s original lyrics “I am Emma and I am you” are now “the one that I’m singin’, it’s a song about being who you are and that is the one that you’ve always been.”
The song has also been used as a catchphrase by former cast members like Kevin Spacey and Seth Rogen.
“I think there’s a lot of us that still love it,” Watson told Variety.
“And it’s not just us, it’s just the whole world.”
The show that is emmasong: What is Emma singing at the Emmys?
When Emma sings “Emmas Singery”, she’s playing the song from the 2017 Disney film Moan.
The song was originally performed in the Emmas Singers’ ’90s video, which is now available on YouTube and Spotify.
The video shows Watson singing the song alongside the cast members and the theme song, including Kevin Spaceys’ voice over.
Warm up: Emma sings ‘Emmes Singery’ in the 2017 Emmys on June 24, 2017.
Emma was born Emma Thomas, but she was given her name by her father.
She was adopted by her mother and sister, and grew up to become a successful singer, dancer and songwriter.
Her stage presence has helped her gain worldwide recognition, with her hit single “Emmies Singery!” being nominated for best rap song and best pop song at the 2017 MTV VMAs.
She’s also won a Grammy Award and a Tony Award for her work as a singer.
In 2015, she won a Golden Globe Award for best actress in a film or TV series.
In 2017, Watson’s mother, Sarah, died of breast cancer at the age of 42.
The singer, who has since spoken publicly about the challenges of cancer, was also diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer.
She has also had several health scares, including a relapse of a blood clot and a bone marrow transplant.
Waters was last seen in March 2017 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
A post shared by Emma Watson (@emmaswatson) on Apr 26, 2017 at 3:03pm PDT”She’s been through so much.
The fight has been long, hard, but it’s been worth it,” she told Variety last month.”
I am proud of her.
She is a beautiful person.
I wish her the best.”
Read more from the singer on Twitter.
“Emma is my favorite person in the world.
I love her to bits,” Watson said of her daughter at the time.
“She has such an amazing life and so many great friends, so many people who love her, and so much joy.”
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