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Video: Sophia Grace Drops Her First Single

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You might know Sophia Grace and Rosie from their epic appearances on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," in which the two adorable British tots rap, attend the Grammy's, and generally act cute.

But now, someone has finally done what should have been done long ago: They've given Sophia Grace her own music video.

"Girls Just Gotta Have Fun" features the 10-year-old singing and rapping about going to the mall, dancing with her friends and looking fly. A sample lyric:

Hey girl, we gotta go, green light/gotta get to the mall they got them jeans I like And I see some cute kicks I wanna wear tonight/I got my glam on check oh yeah
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Haters have already begun to hate, with YouTube commenters saying classy things like "I don't want to live on this planet anymore" and "This is worse than Rebecca Black. .___." A writer at TooFab called the video "disturbing."