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She could be your sunshine girl.
Britt Nicole (born Brittany Nicole Waddell on August 2, 1984) is an American Christian Pop singer.

  • Follow the Call (2003; as Brittany Waddell)
  • Say It (2007)
  • The Lost Get Found (2009)
  • Gold (2012)
  • The Remixes (2015)
  • Britt Nicole (2016)

Extended Plays

  • Brittany Waddell (2004; as Brittany Waddell)
  • Holiday Trio (2007)
  • Acoustic (2010)

Britt Nicole provides examples of the following tropes:

  • British English: "Holiday" uses the British meaning rather than the American one.
  • Bizarre Taste in Food: In "Girls Night Out" the girls plan to dip their fries in chocolate milk shakes.
  • Burger Fool: In the middle of "Girls Night Out" we suddenly cut to the titular girls ordering fast food from an unenthused employee who gets more and more shocked by their order as they continue.
  • Girls' Night Out Episode: The aptly named "Girls Night Out" is all about a group of girls getting out to let their hair down with no boys allowed.
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  • Headphones Equal Isolation: Inverted with "Headphones". Britt is telling the listener that you won't be alone when wearing them.
    "Anytime you feel alone put on your headphones. Love, love's coming through your headphones."
  • Missing Mom: "All Day" is about Britt not always being there for her kids because of work.
  • Multiple Demographic Appeal: Gold was re-released on a mainstream label, and the title track was her first single sent to non-Christian outlets.
  • Stage Names: Britt stopped using her surname professionally, which allowed her to avoid The Maiden Name Debate after getting married.
  • Older Than They Look: Her photo shoot for the re-release of Gold looks more like it's promoting a Teen Idol, not a 29-year-old mother.
  • Pep-Talk Song / Self Empowerment Anthem: Many. "Gold" being her most prominent.
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  • Self-Harm: The protagonist of the song "When She Cries," cuts herself, and a girl in the "Gold" music video has scars on her wrist.
  • Title Track: Every album has one.
  • Updated Re Release: Subverted. The only thing different about the re-release of Gold is the album cover and two remixes of the title track.
  • A Wild Rapper Appears!: Lecrae in "Ready or Not". Britt does this on her own song in "Holiday".

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