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Amazing!

Love you! Wow oh wow is amazing! From @Jed_Rachael :)

Wow by name, wow by nature!

Fun dance track made wow by two wow twins :) (and I'm so not reviewing this because the twins asked ;] )
WOW OH WOW TO NUMBER ONE!
(sorry for the overuse of the word 'wow' - thought I'd go with the theme!)

IT IS AMAZING.

Wow Oh Wow is one of the greatest songs on the earth. It is so catchy and you can't get it out of your head. It is amazing to dance along to aswell. The music video is brilliant. So craZy! John and Edward look so cute and Tara Reid looks lovely. The dancing in it is great, and it's defiantly one of my favorite songs. :)

Biography

Formed: 2009 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Reality TV has helped launch many musicians, but few have been as controversial as Jedward, an Irish rap/dance/pop duo that gained attention during the sixth season of The X Factor. Twin siblings John and Edward Grimes joined the show's cast in October 2009, just several weeks shy of their 18th birthday. They quickly became known for their dance routines, towering hairdos, and -- according to some media outlets -- a surprising lack of singing talent. Vocally gifted or not, they stayed with the competition...
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Wow Oh Wow - Single, Jedward
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  • €1.29
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: 01 January 2011

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