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The slightly warmer reviews came from Robert Lloyd at the LA Times.'The situations are stock - John Hughes wrote this playbook pretty thoroughly - and the dialogue does not exactly crackle', he said, while Tim Goodman from The Hollywood Reporter said: 'It's kind of quaint and far less cynical than 'Gossip Girl''.
While it may seem that eradicating lyrics from popular songs might be more for parents' piece of mind than children's, Vice President of the company Victor Zaraya couldn't disagree more.If 12-year-old Ashton wasn't a singer and dancer he said he would love to be a scientist one day. His favourite singer is Alicia Keys and he loves the Dreamgirls soundtrack.Lois, also 12, loves to dance and her dance team even won 'World Of Dance' last year.These days we're almost accustomed to ever younger pop stars singing about distinctly adult subjects.But a wholesome singing troupe has taken the US by storm by taking a different approach - recording cleaned up versions of chart hits in which potentially offensive lyrics have been replaced by kid-friendly alternatives.
It isn't just the UK that could be facing a cleaner take on the charts, with Victor planning world domination with the band.