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200 pounds of beauty movie~Watch it!!

You should never worry about who you are from the outside but who you are in the inside...! Love yuorself and be proud!! Best quote: "you broke my heart, tissue won't fix it" You will enjoy it very muvch!! :)
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It's weird how i came to know about this movie. I had downloaded an app called dub smash and was looking up the song ave maria and expecting to hear the choir ave maria found the one from the above mentioned movie instead and then looked the movie up and watched it and i ended up liking it.
this is good and i love the song she sings at the end called "ave Maria" or just called "Maria"
already did. its pretty good
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