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7 February 2020, 15:44 | Updated: 9 February 2020, 11:31
The 'Birthday' superstar took some time out to reflect on some of her favourite ever songs and it got very emotional, very quickly.
In the second ever episode of 'Reflections', Anne-Marie opens up about her favourite songs including one which reminds her of her late Nan.
With her new single 'Birthday' now available, we couldn't think of a better time to catch up with one our fave pop stars around!
We left Anne-Marie in a room all on her own with four envelopes and in front of a vanity mirror. In the envelopes, Anne-Marie was asked the following:
- The first song you ever loved...
- A song that reminds you of where you’re from...
- A song that reminds you of being in love...
- A song you wish you’d have written…
- What do you see when you look in the mirror?
Imma do what I like, imma eat what I like, imma kiss who I like pic.twitter.com/h2BnMVIGk7— ANNE-MARIE (@AnneMarie) February 5, 2020
When asked what the first song she has ever loved was, Anne-Marie chose 'What A Wonderful World' by Louis Armstrong.
She said, "Weirdly, the song that was played at my Nan's funeral, which is so strange to say as it was a very sad day, but I think that was the first time I truly thought this song was going to be with us forever."