Cuteness overload! Get sucked into a vortex of cuteness when you watch 'X Factor' Season 1 contestant Rachel Crow sit down to moderate an interview with One Direction at Nickelodeon about the toys made in their likeness and much, much more. Tween pop fans won't be able handle it.
Nickelodeon wants to wish kids and teens a 'Merry Nickmas' this holiday season with the release of a new compilation featuring music from the network's biggest music stars, including Big Time Rush, Rachel Crow and Victoria Justice.
Attention, teens and kids battling the bullying epidemic -- help has arrived in the form of Rachel Crow's new video for 'Mean Girls.' The singer, who brightened our days and our lives as a precocious, extra-bubbly 'X Factor' contestant with an old soul voice, co-wrote the song about reclaiming your life from bullies -- and the accompanying video demonstrates that things do and will get better.
Our first introduction to Rachel Crow is impossible to forget. The grinning, effervescent contestant won over hearts as soon as she stepped out on the 'X Factor' stage last year and explained why she deserved to win: "I'm a girl -- I need my own bathroom!" Her honesty, paired with booming vocals and hip-throwing attitude, got her to the Top 5 on the show. She represented 'swagger cutenes
Rachel Crow barely gets any face time in her music video for 'Mean Girls,' because she lets the chalkboard do her talking. The new clip for the 14-year-old 'X Factor' alum was shot in stop motion with chalk drawings that tell the story of the song.
America embraced teenage cutie Rachel Crow last fall when she reached the final five on 'X Factor.' Now she's about to make her professional debut with the five-song EP 'Rachel Crow,' which arrives at retailers on June 26 via Columbia / Syco Records.
Adorable and larger-than-life singer Rachel Crow, who made hearts break when she dropped to the ground after being eliminated from 'X Factor' last fall, has certainly moved on to bigger and better things. The pint-sized powerhouse sang the national anthem at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll today (April 9), surrounded by the President, First Lady Michelle Obama and the Easter Bunny himself.
Bruno Mars recently tweeted a picture of himself circa 1992 (the crooner would've been around 7 at the time), and we couldn't help but think of 'X Factor' cutie/future Nickelodeon star Rachel Crow when we saw the photo!