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Dec. 8, 2021

"Bring Me The Holidays" with Cynthia Lee Fontaine


Lala chats with Cynthia Lee Fontaine from Emmy Award-winning TV show Rupaul’s Drag Race. They discuss her new holiday single “Bring Me The Holidays” and Cynthia opens up about her life and winning her battle with liver cancer.

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.240 --> 00:00:05.040 Hey, what's up world? Welcome to season three of snack size, the 2 00:00:05.240 --> 00:00:10.230 podcast that will drag you into your most fabulous life. It's a brand new 3 00:00:10.269 --> 00:00:15.230 year and it's a great time to live the life of your dreams. You've 4 00:00:15.269 --> 00:00:19.550 got to do you because no one else can and no matter what, you're 5 00:00:19.629 --> 00:00:23.019 happy and fulfilled life looks like. I want to help you get there. 6 00:00:23.100 --> 00:00:37.090 Are Time together starts now. We neither ready to see shiny thing. Hey, 7 00:00:37.289 --> 00:00:42.130 snack it is the most wonderful time of the year and from my cabinet 8 00:00:42.329 --> 00:00:46.289 to yours, I hope you all are having a fabulous holiday season and I'm 9 00:00:46.409 --> 00:00:51.280 so excited to bring you a very special holiday guess who many of you know 10 00:00:51.600 --> 00:00:56.880 and love. We have the Cuckoo Queen, Cynthia Leefontaine. She is a 11 00:00:56.960 --> 00:01:00.640 Puerto Rican drag performer best known for her competing in the eighth and ninth seasons 12 00:01:00.920 --> 00:01:06.349 of Rue Paul's drag race, and which you won, Miss Congeniality. Cynthia 13 00:01:06.430 --> 00:01:11.150 was born in Puerto Rico and has a degree in clinical psychology and has worked 14 00:01:11.150 --> 00:01:15.829 in the mental health field for six years before starting drag. So she began 15 00:01:15.870 --> 00:01:19.500 dragging Puerto Rico in two thousand and six and then moved to Austin, Texas 16 00:01:19.780 --> 00:01:23.019 in two thousand and eleven and continue performing, and then she released her first 17 00:01:23.060 --> 00:01:27.099 single in November of two thousand and eighteen, and now she has her new 18 00:01:27.219 --> 00:01:32.890 song and video, bring me the holidays, in both English and Spanish. 19 00:01:33.609 --> 00:01:38.650 So, without further ado, let's give her a call. Hi, Cynthia, 20 00:01:38.930 --> 00:01:42.409 welcome to Snack Siye. Hey, hello, how are you, my 21 00:01:42.569 --> 00:01:45.689 love? Thank you for having me for this both gas on this interview. 22 00:01:46.049 --> 00:01:49.359 Girl, it is my pleasure to have you here with us on snacks eyes 23 00:01:49.439 --> 00:01:53.840 as our special holiday guests, and speaking all of the holidays, I thoroughly 24 00:01:53.879 --> 00:01:57.359 enjoyed listening to your single bring me the holidays. So tell me, how 25 00:01:57.439 --> 00:02:00.590 does it feel this holiday season now that you have your own Christmas single? 26 00:02:00.909 --> 00:02:05.230 Well, thank you very much for listening and I'm so happy that you like 27 00:02:05.390 --> 00:02:07.189 it. You know, I come up with the idea because I since, 28 00:02:07.229 --> 00:02:10.590 as a year, we've been dealing with the obstacles, especially for the pandemic. 29 00:02:10.710 --> 00:02:14.389 You know that it would come in nineteene. We in lock down, 30 00:02:14.509 --> 00:02:17.460 you know. So I want to bring like something beautiful and refreshing and coming 31 00:02:17.500 --> 00:02:21.699 back to, you know, feeling that spirit, you know, for the 32 00:02:21.740 --> 00:02:25.340 holidays in just encouraging everybody to how about beautiful Christmas, you know, especially 33 00:02:25.379 --> 00:02:29.580 that tried together with family and friends and those slow loved ones, you know. 34 00:02:30.009 --> 00:02:32.490 So that's I mean focus of bring me the holidays. Oh my goodness, 35 00:02:32.490 --> 00:02:36.610 I love that and it's definitely a song that can put anyone in the 36 00:02:36.689 --> 00:02:40.169 holiday spirit. So tell me a little bit about some of the Christmas traditions 37 00:02:40.250 --> 00:02:44.560 that you and your family have. Well, actually, you know, my 38 00:02:44.680 --> 00:02:47.719 family's very diverse. My momy San Puerto Rico, in my daddy's on Panama. 39 00:02:49.159 --> 00:02:53.319 So we try to incorporate bote like tradition is, for example, in 40 00:02:53.400 --> 00:02:59.389 Panama, at midnight for Christmas Day, we hog, we kids, we 41 00:02:59.509 --> 00:03:05.069 got together, we have fireworks and we said I marry Christmas and then, 42 00:03:05.229 --> 00:03:07.349 like give the kids are up, they open the presence at that time. 43 00:03:07.830 --> 00:03:10.750 If now they open the presence in the morning of the twenty five. So 44 00:03:10.909 --> 00:03:14.620 that's one of the twos that we include in the family. I know, 45 00:03:14.740 --> 00:03:19.099 right, a little bit late. You know, Latino kids they don't have 46 00:03:19.300 --> 00:03:23.500 schedule at all when they are on Acadian, especially for Hollis. So Oh, 47 00:03:23.580 --> 00:03:28.930 that sounds like so much fun. So do you have any favorite holiday 48 00:03:28.969 --> 00:03:31.889 foods? Honey, I mean I can tell you put a rinking food, 49 00:03:32.009 --> 00:03:36.530 you know, like for example, and we do past day list. Pastis 50 00:03:36.650 --> 00:03:42.400 is very similar as Tamalis, but instead of using corn, we use plantain 51 00:03:42.759 --> 00:03:46.199 and then inside with stoved cork or meat or chicken. So that's one of 52 00:03:46.240 --> 00:03:51.400 my favorite, you know, plates for the holidays, actually with Turkey, 53 00:03:51.479 --> 00:03:54.520 of course, and roasted pig. Oh girl, that sounds like quite the 54 00:03:54.639 --> 00:03:58.990 snack, Oh baby. And you know after that you have to go to 55 00:03:59.110 --> 00:04:02.550 the gym at least for two months just to recover after the H to get 56 00:04:02.590 --> 00:04:09.069 to the burners cars. Well, Cynthia, I could talk about food all 57 00:04:09.069 --> 00:04:12.419 day long, but I do want to get back to your music. So 58 00:04:12.699 --> 00:04:15.579 tell us. How long have you been doing music? Well, I've been 59 00:04:15.660 --> 00:04:21.620 singing for twenty five years actually. And Oh, I didn't you know. 60 00:04:21.980 --> 00:04:25.449 Oh Yeah, yeah, I've been thing game since one thousand nine hundred and 61 00:04:25.449 --> 00:04:29.370 ninety six, is crazy. I start singing at my parents church, so 62 00:04:29.649 --> 00:04:33.769 I start, you know, Gospel Music, and then when I just started 63 00:04:33.850 --> 00:04:38.290 my freshman in college, I start working for TV, you know, only 64 00:04:38.370 --> 00:04:42.600 be siant lamondo other networks in Puerto Rico and Miami. So that's when I 65 00:04:42.680 --> 00:04:46.079 get closed a little bit with entertainment business. But sadly, you know, 66 00:04:46.399 --> 00:04:49.839 the start Hie back in the days it was supposed to be and the specific, 67 00:04:50.000 --> 00:04:54.110 you know, appearance. You have to be mascol and as possible. 68 00:04:54.350 --> 00:04:58.470 It wasn't a queer presence or a person that can be with a personality or 69 00:04:58.509 --> 00:05:01.470 a body language as from boy and so I didn't feed or I didn't found 70 00:05:01.470 --> 00:05:04.029 my niche on their entine them and business back in the day. So we're 71 00:05:04.069 --> 00:05:10.339 talking early, but all the sudden and I discover the beautiful word the world 72 00:05:10.500 --> 00:05:14.139 of drag, and that's how I get fascinated. I would like, Oh 73 00:05:14.220 --> 00:05:17.500 my God, wait a second, this is beautiful and I might probably create 74 00:05:17.540 --> 00:05:21.370 a character. And I just decided one day by one of my friends put 75 00:05:21.490 --> 00:05:25.529 me in drag and said, like, I need you to cover me on 76 00:05:25.649 --> 00:05:28.649 one of my shows. You need to host and perform to numbers. I'm 77 00:05:28.649 --> 00:05:30.569 like, I never, you know, performing drag before. You know, 78 00:05:30.689 --> 00:05:33.970 I've been a dancer and a singer for so many years, but never been 79 00:05:34.050 --> 00:05:36.600 in I heels. In a way, I don't know how even like you 80 00:05:36.720 --> 00:05:41.120 know, do makeup or do like a craziness out of my eye. So 81 00:05:41.240 --> 00:05:44.199 I did it that first time. It was like two thousand and six in 82 00:05:44.759 --> 00:05:47.920 that day. I feel it was magical. Beside my first number. I 83 00:05:47.959 --> 00:05:54.430 received forty two dollars. Oh, so, you know, that's a favorite, 84 00:05:54.470 --> 00:05:58.910 Uh Huh, and I feel that I can portray, you know, 85 00:05:59.110 --> 00:06:01.149 my own personality and character and even like the way that I, you know, 86 00:06:03.269 --> 00:06:06.259 translate my mu singing drow into everything, you know, my you, 87 00:06:06.420 --> 00:06:11.620 you send my body as an instrument for performing arts. Since that day I 88 00:06:11.819 --> 00:06:16.100 get like fascinated with dragon. He's fifteen years myself. This my fifteen anniversary 89 00:06:16.660 --> 00:06:21.410 doing dragon, Seemda Lee Fountain. So that's how I gain, I engage, 90 00:06:21.689 --> 00:06:26.649 you know, and that's how I get like to involve me as a 91 00:06:26.889 --> 00:06:31.129 professional singer. Would see India as a professional dragque. That is such a 92 00:06:31.170 --> 00:06:34.800 journey to get to where you are, and I really love that story because 93 00:06:34.959 --> 00:06:40.120 it just goes to show that if you aren't getting the results you want out 94 00:06:40.160 --> 00:06:43.560 of something, you have to switch it up. I found that in my 95 00:06:43.639 --> 00:06:46.720 own life before I wanted to do drag I wanted to be an author, 96 00:06:46.189 --> 00:06:49.509 but then I found dragon. I pursued it very passionately but now, at 97 00:06:49.550 --> 00:06:54.470 this point in my career, I'm finding myself getting back into writing and podcasting, 98 00:06:54.750 --> 00:06:58.189 and it just really goes to show that everything can come full circle. 99 00:06:58.949 --> 00:07:02.459 So I also wanted to know what is your favorite and least favorite part about 100 00:07:02.500 --> 00:07:06.660 doing drag. Well, my favorite part is makeup, when I do my 101 00:07:06.819 --> 00:07:12.660 eye makeup and I start seeing like that beautiful transformation between the eyebrow, like 102 00:07:12.819 --> 00:07:15.970 me drawing the eyebrow and doing their creasent inside of my eye, and the 103 00:07:15.050 --> 00:07:20.089 eyeshadow. Sorry, I starting getting that Sassy personality. I go, how 104 00:07:20.170 --> 00:07:25.370 are you saying, Dio? You look good. Yeah, and you know 105 00:07:25.649 --> 00:07:28.009 these, baby, because you are. You are up here on these your 106 00:07:28.170 --> 00:07:33.920 sister, you know. And the least part is the talk. It's hiding 107 00:07:34.079 --> 00:07:39.480 those Jenny Talis. You know what I mean. Yeah, I think the 108 00:07:39.639 --> 00:07:44.310 magic of the character and the personality come out like overflowing beautifully and naturally, 109 00:07:44.470 --> 00:07:47.029 and you forget about those details. You know, and you enjoy the stage. 110 00:07:47.069 --> 00:07:49.949 You enjoy like interacting with you know, the people, in my case, 111 00:07:50.029 --> 00:07:53.870 with my Cuco fans everywhere. You know that I have the opportunity to 112 00:07:53.990 --> 00:07:59.339 travel and I see myself doing this forever. To be very honest with you. 113 00:07:59.540 --> 00:08:01.540 So I enjoy what I do. You know, I understand that. 114 00:08:01.740 --> 00:08:05.579 I always said that when I was thirty I would stop, but here we 115 00:08:05.660 --> 00:08:11.300 are, still going. I'm forty, girls, so wait, wait, 116 00:08:11.339 --> 00:08:13.050 wait, you are not forty. I'm forty one thousand nine hundred and eighty 117 00:08:13.089 --> 00:08:18.610 one. Baby, yes, baby, well, you look amazing. Thank 118 00:08:18.649 --> 00:08:22.250 you girl. Let us in on some of your beauty secrets. Well, 119 00:08:22.730 --> 00:08:24.129 you know, I'm not going to give you the fun number of my doctors. 120 00:08:24.449 --> 00:08:30.160 But but you know, I think in my case is like being positive 121 00:08:30.160 --> 00:08:33.240 all the time and, you know, enjoying what you'd love to the most. 122 00:08:33.279 --> 00:08:35.360 And actually, I given all the obstacles and in Communisces that you face 123 00:08:35.399 --> 00:08:39.080 in your life, yours, you know have fun. You know, and 124 00:08:39.840 --> 00:08:41.909 everybody knows that. You know how the opportunity to work with me, even 125 00:08:41.990 --> 00:08:46.149 my team, you know, my agent, I'm friend, Javier, even 126 00:08:46.230 --> 00:08:48.429 my manager, every time that we go, they have to go with me 127 00:08:48.629 --> 00:08:52.549 for any specific events, they always been laughing and they said, like you 128 00:08:52.669 --> 00:08:56.059 always in a good mood, you always like you know, it's a pleasure 129 00:08:56.100 --> 00:08:58.779 to work with you because I enjoy what I do. The day that I 130 00:08:58.899 --> 00:09:01.259 stop enjoying what I do is the day that I'm going to decide like it 131 00:09:01.539 --> 00:09:03.940 is not for me and I'm going to look for another career. You don't 132 00:09:03.940 --> 00:09:07.220 want to say it, which is not going to happen, because I really 133 00:09:07.259 --> 00:09:09.169 love what I do. As we know here on sack size, it is 134 00:09:09.289 --> 00:09:13.009 so important to love what you do and I'm sure that many people love working 135 00:09:13.090 --> 00:09:18.370 with you. In fact, I understand that you co wrote bring me the 136 00:09:18.450 --> 00:09:24.169 holidays with your boyfriend. Yeah, HMM, what was that experience like? 137 00:09:24.919 --> 00:09:26.720 Well, working with our mother is very interesting. You know, I heard 138 00:09:26.759 --> 00:09:31.879 a lot of people at the beginning, you know, giving like the advice 139 00:09:31.000 --> 00:09:35.720 like, oh remember the mix, you know, your personal life with business, 140 00:09:35.840 --> 00:09:37.750 with somebody that is like very close to you, especial corner or your 141 00:09:37.830 --> 00:09:41.870 boyfriend or your husband. But in my case, you know, he's very 142 00:09:41.909 --> 00:09:43.950 passionate of him. I'm a music to you. He's a producer. He 143 00:09:45.070 --> 00:09:48.429 saw a music engineer graduate, you know, for me attack from us in 144 00:09:48.549 --> 00:09:50.909 Texas. He got the opportunity to work with Stephanie Lean, that is a 145 00:09:52.029 --> 00:09:58.019 huge hollow singer. Oh yes, you know, and like he was working 146 00:09:58.139 --> 00:10:01.820 as a sound engineer to with the King Tady family for a prod time when 147 00:10:01.860 --> 00:10:05.059 he was at you know, teenager, so he got like a very interesting, 148 00:10:05.419 --> 00:10:11.690 know, career experience you and having him working with me and being passionate 149 00:10:11.769 --> 00:10:16.610 about like what I do. I see Jelly Fountain. It was a good 150 00:10:16.649 --> 00:10:18.450 thing. You know, mix. You know, of course we as a 151 00:10:18.529 --> 00:10:22.960 couple. Sometimes we have like disagreements and like now I think like this keen 152 00:10:24.000 --> 00:10:26.039 out is not good. We need to record this part again, we need 153 00:10:26.080 --> 00:10:30.039 to like do this and that. You know, it's part of the process 154 00:10:30.519 --> 00:10:35.159 because for everything that you did music, you can being like on a dark 155 00:10:35.200 --> 00:10:37.750 place, but also you can explore like older emotions, you know. But 156 00:10:37.830 --> 00:10:41.070 at the same time, at the end the chemistry was great and I mean 157 00:10:41.269 --> 00:10:45.830 you see the result and missing video on the song. It just so beautiful, 158 00:10:45.990 --> 00:10:50.580 you know, and we're very happy and excited for the result and I'm 159 00:10:50.659 --> 00:10:54.139 probably come to play the possibility to continue working with him. It was a 160 00:10:54.220 --> 00:10:56.899 great job all. But with my next question, do you think you want 161 00:10:56.899 --> 00:10:58.860 to work with him again? They're more being more and more work and collaboration 162 00:11:00.019 --> 00:11:03.570 together. It's not going to be a Tina Turner and I I it's very 163 00:11:03.610 --> 00:11:09.129 nice drafting. You know, so because he's that happened like that Tina and 164 00:11:09.169 --> 00:11:16.529 I'm like no, by if you have a person that really support you and 165 00:11:16.649 --> 00:11:18.840 one hundred percent is like, you know, a huge fan of what you 166 00:11:18.919 --> 00:11:22.840 do, like he you like him. You know my boyfriend. You know, 167 00:11:22.360 --> 00:11:26.279 that makes everything more easier and also, like he understand what I like 168 00:11:26.879 --> 00:11:31.399 and what's my style, you know. So it's really good combination. is 169 00:11:31.440 --> 00:11:35.909 very good chemistry. It is so awesome when you have a partner that shares 170 00:11:35.950 --> 00:11:39.750 the same interests as you. Speaking of the same interest does anyone else in 171 00:11:39.870 --> 00:11:45.669 your family have any musical talents? Of course, and people doesn't know this, 172 00:11:46.029 --> 00:11:48.179 but my mother is a gospel singer. Might you ever to say this? 173 00:11:48.500 --> 00:11:54.419 I love herself. Wow, yeah, my mom is a amazing singer. 174 00:11:54.539 --> 00:11:58.419 My Mom am I am actually, but my mom is have this beautiful, 175 00:11:58.980 --> 00:12:03.370 just so sweet vocals, you know, and boys and she always been 176 00:12:03.409 --> 00:12:07.809 an inspiration to me to become the singer that I am today. So do 177 00:12:07.889 --> 00:12:13.250 you get to share Cynthia with your mom? Oh, yes, yes, 178 00:12:13.610 --> 00:12:16.360 actually, you know, at the beginning, you know, my mom in 179 00:12:16.600 --> 00:12:20.399 there was of my family came from a religious family. They are a bentist, 180 00:12:20.440 --> 00:12:24.320 so it was a little bit difficult for her, even when I went 181 00:12:24.360 --> 00:12:26.519 to the TV show. She have her question, you have her doubts. 182 00:12:26.720 --> 00:12:31.070 She was like you going to put your lifestyle more, a little bit more 183 00:12:31.110 --> 00:12:33.190 publicly in a TV show, and I'm like, yes, I do, 184 00:12:33.389 --> 00:12:35.710 and this is what I love to do and this is my shows in career. 185 00:12:37.230 --> 00:12:41.230 She's I okay, but then eventually she was the episodes for season eight 186 00:12:41.429 --> 00:12:45.620 and season nine. She was like wow, I'm so proud to raise a 187 00:12:45.700 --> 00:12:50.179 kid like you with all these values and this beautiful, positive energy and encouragement 188 00:12:50.220 --> 00:12:54.019 to everybody. I'm so proud of you. And now she's more cuckol. 189 00:12:54.460 --> 00:13:00.009 You can go her anything. Mother Cuckoo, Mother Cook, we love. 190 00:13:01.090 --> 00:13:03.970 So for those people who follow rupaulse drag race or follow you, they would 191 00:13:05.009 --> 00:13:09.129 know that after season eight you were diagnosed with Stage one cancer and you've talked 192 00:13:09.129 --> 00:13:11.129 about a lot. So I don't want to ask you too much about that, 193 00:13:11.370 --> 00:13:15.320 but what I do want to know is how are you feeling about your 194 00:13:15.360 --> 00:13:18.720 health today? I can say that this is my year number five, that 195 00:13:18.840 --> 00:13:24.120 are my remission on my cancer, and I'm saying I'm super healthy. I'm 196 00:13:24.200 --> 00:13:28.070 blessed. I'm blessed. Yes, I'm super happy about it. Well, 197 00:13:28.110 --> 00:13:31.909 I am so happy to hear that that's the case. And for the snacks 198 00:13:31.950 --> 00:13:35.789 that are listening that maybe going through their own health battles, what advice would 199 00:13:35.789 --> 00:13:39.389 you have for them? My advice is always this one, and he's any 200 00:13:39.470 --> 00:13:43.100 goes into parts. The first one is like you have to be positive all 201 00:13:43.220 --> 00:13:48.659 the time, and I know he's hard because every illness, every you know, 202 00:13:48.700 --> 00:13:52.620 DC's have their own like complications, you know, in my case liver 203 00:13:52.740 --> 00:13:56.529 cancer, he was a lot of pain, a lot of I lost a 204 00:13:56.610 --> 00:14:01.009 lot of weight, even like I was experience cancer wars, filming, season 205 00:14:01.049 --> 00:14:03.129 Al Drag Race. So I love like forty two hands in a week. 206 00:14:03.610 --> 00:14:07.330 So how you deal with that? How you deal when you look yourself in 207 00:14:07.370 --> 00:14:11.279 the mirror and you're still see a completely the person that is deteriorate, you 208 00:14:11.360 --> 00:14:18.240 know, but as far as you have life and in abundance, you can 209 00:14:18.360 --> 00:14:22.679 do and you can change anything, and that's my main missed message, you 210 00:14:22.759 --> 00:14:26.549 know. And the second part of my advice to hold the people that listen 211 00:14:26.590 --> 00:14:31.710 to this pocus right now and they're struggling with any illness or any disease is 212 00:14:31.789 --> 00:14:35.429 like even all the obstacles on in conveniences that you've facing your life just try 213 00:14:35.429 --> 00:14:37.190 to make your dreams come through, even if you are the only one who 214 00:14:37.190 --> 00:14:43.580 believes in yourself. You know, that helped me trust through all my entire 215 00:14:43.700 --> 00:14:48.740 process, th all my journey battling cancer, and they like getting healthy and 216 00:14:48.779 --> 00:14:52.370 getting on my remission for my cancer. I think it's so beautiful what you 217 00:14:52.490 --> 00:14:56.570 said about being the only one that believes in yourself. I feel like anybody 218 00:14:56.610 --> 00:15:01.970 who's achieved any level of greatness at one time they were the only person that 219 00:15:01.090 --> 00:15:05.769 believed in themselves. And even if that's the case, it's still important that 220 00:15:05.929 --> 00:15:09.639 you keep going. You have to push through, you have to give yourself 221 00:15:09.720 --> 00:15:13.200 that fighting change. Yes, and let me tell you, you know, 222 00:15:13.399 --> 00:15:16.720 like talking about on that Dase when I said like when you are the only 223 00:15:16.759 --> 00:15:22.389 one who lives in yourself, even sometimes family just feel like there are losing 224 00:15:22.470 --> 00:15:26.629 the battle with you on that journey fighting that illness, and that's why you 225 00:15:26.750 --> 00:15:30.070 need to have, like extress strength from your faith. It can be like 226 00:15:30.149 --> 00:15:33.669 a spiritual connection. I'm a very spiritual person, you know, I'm connected 227 00:15:33.789 --> 00:15:37.860 with God. That's my my guidance and as the person that does the you 228 00:15:37.980 --> 00:15:43.220 know, the biggest image that I have that is present in my life is 229 00:15:43.340 --> 00:15:46.779 tangible and it's real, you know, and he helped me to an entire 230 00:15:46.899 --> 00:15:48.299 process. You know, even in my family were like, Oh my God, 231 00:15:48.379 --> 00:15:52.169 we're losing you. What we can do when your family is losing faith, 232 00:15:52.929 --> 00:15:58.250 you know, using this trend because, of course, their experience seeing 233 00:15:58.370 --> 00:16:03.720 you, you know, being worst on the under the illness, and that's 234 00:16:03.759 --> 00:16:07.159 why you have to have faith, you know, and have encouragement your own 235 00:16:07.200 --> 00:16:11.679 self and saying like now, I'm still alive, even if I'm in pain, 236 00:16:11.159 --> 00:16:14.679 you even I can't move myself, you know, even if, like, 237 00:16:14.919 --> 00:16:18.870 I can't read. You know, the right way you need to find 238 00:16:18.909 --> 00:16:22.149 and you need to be positive all the time in that's going to make the 239 00:16:22.230 --> 00:16:26.750 huge ere friends, you know, medicine and all the entire treatments are good, 240 00:16:27.549 --> 00:16:32.429 but it's about being passive, one hundred percent, even if you don't 241 00:16:32.429 --> 00:16:36.539 feel to feel positive. That's the only like natural medicine, that is going 242 00:16:36.580 --> 00:16:37.659 to heal you, and he's going to help you do all the process. 243 00:16:38.299 --> 00:16:44.539 So, speaking of positivity, girl, what can the Cuckoo fans expect next 244 00:16:44.620 --> 00:16:48.169 from you next year, from me, all the Google fans and all the 245 00:16:48.210 --> 00:16:51.090 fans of drivers around the world? Well, they're going to expect from me. 246 00:16:51.090 --> 00:16:56.370 It's going to be more music and I promise to you we have a 247 00:16:56.529 --> 00:17:02.720 couple of products own hall, a couple of great songs. They are amazingly 248 00:17:03.120 --> 00:17:07.480 good, with great collaborations with all the artists to as well, you know. 249 00:17:07.920 --> 00:17:11.400 So it's more music. And for those people that follow me but are 250 00:17:11.519 --> 00:17:15.630 not yet following you, where can they find you on social media? Oh, 251 00:17:15.750 --> 00:17:19.309 absolutely, set all. If I'm paining on Instagram, seem tilly frontin 252 00:17:19.390 --> 00:17:26.630 on my to fade school pages, underscore lyf Fontan at twitter, seeing Jelly 253 00:17:26.710 --> 00:17:30.059 Fountain on there. Scored on Tick Tock. Yes, it's forty years old. 254 00:17:30.220 --> 00:17:36.539 Individual. How about Tick Tock? 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