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By Krista

Brian Nhira 

Interview with singers from "The Voice" on NBC 3/8/16

They all seemed very thankful for the opportunity to move forward. They were all very nice and enjoyable to talk with. I'm enjoying all of these interviews with "The Voice" singers. More to come, so stay tuned!

Moderator: Shauna Wynne
March 8, 2016 3:00 pm EST

Operator: Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by. Welcome to The Voice Advancing conference call. During the presentation all participants will be in a listen-only mode. Afterwards we will conduct a question and answer session. At that time if you have a question please press the 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone. If at any time during the conference you need to reach an operator please press star 0.

As a reminder this conference is being recorded Tuesday, March 8, 2016. I would now like to turn the conference over to Shauna Wynne with The Voice publicity team. Please go ahead maíam.

Shauna Wynne: Hi everyone, thanks for joining todayís call with The Voiceís advancing artists. There will be a transcript available tomorrow.

Joining us today from Team Adam we have Natalie Yacovazzi and Ryan Quinn. From Team Blake we have Brittany Kennell, Gina Castanzo, Peyton Parker, and Trey OíDell. From Team Christina we have Kristen Marie and Malik Heard. From Team Pharrell we have Brian Nhira and Hannah Huston. We are missing Nate Butler from Team Adam but if he dials in I will let you know.

Out of respect for all journalists queuing up for a question please only ask one question at a time. You will have the option to queue up later. And if youíre asking a question to the artists as a group please designate one to answer first. I will now turn the call over to the Q&A section.

Operator: Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, if you would like to register for a question please press the 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone. You will hear a three tone prompt to acknowledge your request. If your question has been answered and you would like to withdraw your registration please press the 1 followed by the 3. If youíre using a speakerphone please lift your handset before entering your request.

One moment please for our first question. Our first question comes from the line of Joshua Maloni with Niagara Frontier Publications. Please proceed with your question.

Joshua Maloni: Thank you, my question is for Hannah. Hannah how are you today?

Hannah Huston: Hi Iím well, how are you?

Joshua Maloni: Good thank you. Hannah Iím wondering, a lot of the performers on this show sort of work their way up to performing on The Voice. You kind of just dove head in - headfirst I should say with not a ton of experience.

How do you sort of prepare for a stage that big, how do you prepare for that moment? Or, I mean, whatís sort of the mindset going into that number one? And then number two, to perform as well as you did and have them wait until the very last second to turn around as they did, what was that like?

Hannah Huston: Yes all that is true. It is new, singing - well not necessarily just singing, I think itís just more of like specifically public singing. I just havenít really done a bunch of gigs or anything. I think a lot of people have just tremendous stage presence and thatís something that I am growing. And I think preparing for that is just, you know, knowing your voice and knowing, you know, who I am and lots of prayer honestly and lots of practice.

I mean, I knew going up on that stage exactly how I wanted to sing that song. And I think you also have to know that youíre going to be nervous which I absolutely was. So you have to factor in that and just, you know, make sure youíre prepared. I just practiced a ton and I just - I knew how I was going to sing it and so going up there I just I donít know, I had a confidence about me and I just took a deep breath and then starting singing.

And then yes, along with your second question, it was, you know, 3/4 into the song and I have no chairs and I was thinking, you know, I was in my head Iím like okay, it canít be that bad. I feel like I have got energy and itís been fun and Iím having a good time and yes, they werenít turning around.

And so I just remember I was like okay, I donít remember much but I do remember this, right before I sang my last note I just remember kind of having a moment and being just really calm and closing my eyes.

And I just had this thought, I can be okay if I donít get any chairs but Iím just going to, you know, wail this last note and just hope when I open my eyes that someone has turned around, whatever. And then that happened and then I just - I donít - yes I blacked out for most of it but that part was the icing on the cake, it was a surreal moment. It was amazing.

Joshua Maloni: Yes well we had a great time watching you. Thanks for your time today, good luck.

Hannah Huston: Oh thank you so much.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Jamie Steinberg with Starry Constellation Magazine. Please proceed with your question.

Jamie Steinberg: Hi everyone, thanks so much for your time today. I know that you guys are getting a brand new fan base thanks to being on The Voice but youíre also getting new celebrity fans. And maybe if Kristen could start talking about it, a lot of celebrities were tweeting last night and they follow The Voice. How does that make you feel that theyíre rooting for you?

Kristen Marie: Hi, it is like I think the weirdest feeling ever just knowing that like Jeffrey Auston who was on The Voice last season who to me is just like this incredible performer and who I look up to and I think of him as like famous, like he tweeted me and I just - itís just this weird feeling of like surely this is not happening right now. Like Iím definitely going to wake up in a minute and like none of this is going to be real. Iím going to go back to work tomorrow like I have to like snap out of it.

And then it just kind of like keeps happening and like Twitter is just sort of like the constant reminder of like oh my gosh, that really happened. I think itís a really incredible feeling and itís a really cool medium for us to get to communicate with people like that and itís just insane.

Jamie Steinberg: Does anybody else want to weigh in? Okay well thanks guys.

Kristen Marie: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Mark Franklin with Voice News. Please proceed with your question.

Mark Franklin: Yes my question is for Gina and Trey because we didnít really get to see your auditions last night so I was hoping each of you could tell us how it went, how you picked your song, and how you feel about being a member of Team Blake. And if we could start off with Gina please.

Gina Castanzo: Sure, this is Gina. My song was Cecilia and the Satellite. This song means so much to me. I go to Firefly Music Festival every year and last year I got to see Andrew McMahon perform the song. And I remember I was like standing in the audience crying because it was that moving to me.

And getting to sing the song and the song earning me a chair turn and being on Blakeís team, it meant a lot to me. I know America did not get to see my whole performance but I hope that they enjoyed the iTunes song and I hope that they continue to follow me.

Mark Franklin: Okay and how do you feel about being on Team Blake? He said that was a weird match.

Gina Castanzo: Yes definitely. It was crazy because Iím not a country singer and I love country music but itís not my normal genre that I listen to. So it was cool having someone who normally really listen to indie music, Blake being that, turning around for me and recognizing that although I wasnít a country artist I had something unique to bring to the table. And Iím so excited to get to work with Blake and to get to see what he thinks of my voice even though itís not what heís used to.

Mark Franklin: Okay thank you very much and best of luck and then if we could go to Trey please.

Shauna Wynne: Trey make sure your phone isnít still on mute.

Trey OíDell: I sang - hey, Trey here. I sang Geronimo by Sheppard. Itís a super, super fun song, super high energy, and I think it fits me and what I like to do best. Itís kind of funny because this summer my mom - before all this thing started she was e-messaging me and was like Trey, check out this song. You should perform this at gigs. And so I looked it up and I was like all right.

So I started performing it at gigs and who would have known that I would have ended up auditioning with the song. It was almost prophetic. I had a blast up there. I had an out of body experience but Iím really glad that Blake saw something in me.

Mark Franklin: Okay thank you very much and best of luck.

Trey OíDell: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Jeff Dodge with Please proceed with your question.

Jeff Dodge: Yes my question is for Brian on Team Pharrell, how are you?

Brian Nhira: Iím doing well man, how are you doing?

Jeff Dodge: Good. Kind of going off what another question talked about, it kind of seemed during your audition to take a little while for the coaches to turn around. Were you worried at all that no one would turn around?

Brian Nhira: Just like Hannah, I got through - and this is Brian by the way. Just like Hannah, I got through half of my song and I wasnít really even thinking about much. Actually I did think at first, like when I finished the first verse I wanted everybody just to stop. I just wanted to make sure that they were actually sitting behind those chairs. I wanted to make sure there was people back there.

But after I got past the bridge and I was going up to the last portion of my song I just said to myself this has been the greatest experience of my life. And if they turn, they turn. If they donít then Iím going to continue just moving forward and Iím going to continue doing what I love -- and what I love is singing and what I love is bringing hope to people. And Iím so grateful that they - that Pharrell and Blake did turn and it turned out all right.

Jeff Dodge: Yes great, well thatís a great attitude to take into that. Well good luck going forward.

Brian Nhira: Yes sir.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Brandy McDonnell with the Oklahoman. Please proceed with your question.

Brandy McDonnell: Hi, my question is for Brian and for Kristen. And I was hoping that you guys could talk a little bit about your song choices that you made for your auditions.

Brian you chose to sing one of the coachesí song, Happy of course, and then Kristen you gave a very interesting acoustic rendition of Mad World. So I wanted to talk a little bit about - I wanted you to talk a little bit about those song choices and how those came about for you and why donít we start with Kristen.

Kristen Marie: Yes hi, this is Kristen. The song choice for me was really kind of nerve wracking because it was only this year that I started to figure out what my voice even is. Because Iíve never really been someone who like could easily like put myself into a category. And so this past year Iíve been writing a lot more and actually performing which is something that I had never really done by myself just because Iím, you know, awkward and scared.

But Mad World is one of the first songs that I sang that I really kind of found my own voice in and so it was really, really just kind of a natural choice to get to sing it on the show. And itís just something that showcases kind of like my weird vocal things that I do and all the different choices that I make. And so it was just - itís a song that I can just kind of get into and I think those songs are really special. So it was just kind of the perfect song for me.

Brandy McDonnell: Brian what made you pick Happy?

Brian Nhira: This is Brian, thank you Brandy. I chose Happy as my audition song whenever I saw an interview with Oprah and Pharrell. And it was after Happy had been out for a little while and it was obviously just a smash hit, people loved it, people all over the world were just singing the song. And Oprah actually showed Pharrell a video of people singing Happy all over the world in different languages, different cultures. And Pharrell began to weep, he began to weep uncontrollably.

And that really did something to my heart when I saw that because I hadnít seen that much feeling in artists, in producers, in people in the music industry in so long. And for - to see that it was just so refreshing.

And I knew that this song was bigger than him. And so I wanted to do a song that was bigger than me and so thatís why I chose Happy. And also, I mean, you canít help but smile whenever you listen to Happy. And so I was hoping I could make the judges smile.

Brandy McDonnell: All right, well thanks so much for your time and good luck to both of you.

Kristen Marie: Thank you.

Brian Nhira: Thank you Brandy.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Marc-Andre Lemieux with Journal de Montreal. Please proceed with your question.

Marc-Andre Lemieux: Hi, my question is for Brittany on Team Blake. You grew up in Montreal and moved to Nashville. Why did you decide to move to Nashville and why did you decide to audition for The Voice?

Brittany Kennell: Hey this is Brittany. You know, I love Montreal and grew up there but, you know, I think I wanted just to discover a little bit more and grow a little bit more with music and I knew that kind of entailed me moving away from home and growing up a little bit. So I moved to Nashville and obviously wanted to pursue songwriting so thatís kind of where Nashville came in because itís a big writing town.

And The Voice was kind of just happened by happenstance. And, you know, I really took the opportunity to challenge myself to perform in front of a small crowd. When you go into the audition you kind of perform in front of producers.

So I went in and kind of did that as a challenge to myself to see if I can kind of get over the nerves and perform and they liked it enough to put me through. So, you know, Iím super happy that I ended taking the ambition and going for it.

Marc-Andre Lemieux: Thank you.

Brittany Kennell: Thank you, merci beaucoup.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Krista Chain with The TV MegaSite. Please proceed with your question.

Krista Chain: Hi, my question is for Brian. I was just wondering if - how it felt for you to sing Pharrellís song in front of him.

Brian Nhira: Thank you so much, this is Brian. You know, I really didnít think much about it until a couple of days before the audition yesterday. I didnít think - I didnít put too much pressure on myself because I felt like I had a different version of the song and so I thought that I was hoping - the biggest thing that I was hoping is that Pharrell would appreciate it.

I just wanted - I wanted him to enjoy what I did with the song because it is such an amazing, amazing song. And so I didnít put too much pressure on myself going into it. The only thing that I wanted was for him to enjoy it.

Krista Chain: Okay great. And also my follow-up question, did Blake ever had a chance or did you already have Pharrell picked before you went on stage if he turned around?

Brian Nhira: You know, going into the audition I really did want Pharrell. But when Blake turned around I could see how bad he wanted it if thatís okay to put it that way. He really was so respectful and he really was so kind with how he presented it. And honestly my family wanted me to pick Blake. My dad, he really, really wanted me to pick Blake but in my heart of hearts I knew that Pharrell was the right choice.

Krista Chain: Okay great and I wish you good luck.

Brian Nhira: Thank you so much.

Operator: Ladies and gentlemen, as a reminder to register for a question please press the 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone keypad. Our next question comes from the line of Mark Franklin with The Voice News. Please proceed with your question.

Mark Franklin: Yes my question is for Natalie. Natalie last season you auditioned with Oh Darling. This time you decided to do a more current pop song. I wonder if you could explain that.

Natalie Yacovazzi: Yes, this is Natalie. Last season, you know, Oh Darling is a song that I absolutely love. I mean, I perform it in a different type of style with my band here and there and Paul McCartney is my absolute, you know, man crush of like ever.

But it obviously didnít really suit my voice. It didnít help with the nerves to have such a strange tempo of a song as well and something that most of the viewers of The Voice really donít know.

So I figured this year to choose something more in my wheelhouse, something that I connected with the lyrics far more which definitely would be Mr. Know It All from my - honestly, you know, in a relationship manner I connected with it but also for me it was kind of like showing the judges you donít know me, you didnít get to see who I really am the first time. I kind of robbed myself of that. I was too nervous and didnít really show what I could do so I wanted to show them who I was.

And Iíve been compared to Kelly Clarkson with my voice style which is always a compliment because I think she is just the queen. And I thought that this would probably be the best option for me and something that was more mainstream.

Mark Franklin: Great, and your Voice bio tells us you have performed with several different bands in the Chicago area. Can you tell us a little bit more about that?

Natalie Yacovazzi: Yes, I actually - when I moved from Ohio it was the day after I got married and I didnít really know anybody here so I started going to church and a few months into that I started singing on the worship team. And one of the directors, because a lot of the churches in Chicago are kind of what they call megachurches.

So one of the directors there heard me singing and he also was an owner of one of the Chicago cover bands so he asked if I would be interested. And it was something that I had never done before but I said that I would, I would love to.

And that kind of just started a trend where I sang with them and then other bands would see me so I have sung with some bands that, you know, nobody knows in Chicago and then I sang for bands like Keep Simple from (Steven Nine), I have sang with (Seventh Heaven) many times and theyíre the best known band in Chicago and now thankfully Iím with another well known band Spoken For (Ninety Speak).

So Iíve been really blessed to be with the bands that really are the most successful and it makes it worth my time to be away from my daughter because itís a second job but I canít, you know, turn that income down. And itís also really improving my craft. So overall Iím pretty thankful for what we have here in the music industry in Chicago.

Mark Franklin: Okay thank you very much, great audition, best of luck.

Natalie Yacovazzi: Thank you, thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Brandy McDonnell with the Oklahoman. Please proceed with your question.

Brandy McDonnell: Hi, I had a follow-up for Brian and for Kristen. Kristen youíre a student at the University of Central Oklahoma and Brian you attended school at Oral Roberts University. And I wanted to know how your experiences at those schools helps prepare you or take you to the place where you were ready to audition for The Voice. And Iíll start with Brian this time, I think I started with Kristen last time.

Brian Nhira: Yes thank you Brandy. Yes I graduated from Oral Roberts University in 2014 and those were the best four years of my life. ORU is a Christian school and I was one of the - as soon as I got on campus they made me one of the main worship leaders.

And so on Wednesdays and Fridays I was singing in front of 3500 students and we were live on TV. And so it just helped hone my craft, it helped me become a better singer. I had to be prepared every single week or else it wouldnít be good. And there were definitely times where it wasnít good. But I had the opportunity to also sing original songs. I just came into my own during my time at ORU.

And also on the educational side, I studied organizational and interpersonal communication. It really has helped me in the aspect of music business, you know, which we all know is 90% of what we do.

It really helped me just be organized as a musician, it helped me get everything that I needed in place. The degree is basically everything business that doesnít have to do with money. But it was really just four incredible years of me becoming a man, me becoming responsible and me honing and sharpening my gift.

Brandy McDonnell: How about you Kristen and your experience at UCO?

Kristen Marie: Yes, I think my experience was probably like slightly less successful than all that magic. But Iím a theater performance major at UCO and I donít know, I used to have a lot, like a lot of stage fright issues and I still - obviously we all still do. We get up there and then we like feel like weíre going to pass out. Or some of us just get really excited which Iím completely jealous of.

But no, theater performance really has been just like the biggest, biggest blessing to me just because itís like - that was really the only reason that I could kind of put on like the normal face and not just like lay down on stage and be like oh my gosh, this is happening.

So it just really helps me to kind of like find that like center in myself and just kind of take a deep breath and not pass out on stage, donít like fall over. So thatís really where it kind of benefited me the most.

Brandy McDonnell: Well thanks very much, good luck. I hope there is no passing out in the future on stage. Good luck with that.

Brian Nhira: Thank you Brandy.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Mark Franklin with The Voice News. Please proceed with your question.

Mark Franklin: Yes I was hoping four of you, Malik, Kristen, Ryan, and Peyton could explain your coaching decisions. And if we could start off with Kristen please. You were facing a lot of pressure from Blake because of the Oklahoma connection but you went with Christina. Why was that?

Kristen Marie: Yes hi, this is Kristen. That was the toughest and weirdest moment I think that I have had ever just because the whole time going in and before and even just watching the show I was always like I would definitely pick Blake, like no matter who it is, what season, what the other coaches are, like itís always going to be Blake.

And then I got up there and then it just sort of - Christina said all the things that as an artist I just really needed to hear to pick her. And in my head I was like I should still pick Blake, right? Like Iíve always wanted to pick Blake, right? Heís an Oklahoman, he knows whatís up.

But she just was so convincing and so sharp and so funny and I - like how can you turn down the queen honestly? It was insane. And so she just said exactly what I needed to hear to be convinced.

Mark Franklin: Okay well congratulations and best of luck.

Kristen Marie: Thank you.

Mark Franklin: And then if we could go to Malik please.

Malik Heard: Okay hi, this is Malik. Hello?

Mark Franklin: Yes, Pharrell and Christina were duking it out for you and I was wondering why you went with Christina.

Malik Heard: Well Christina, you know, growing up Christina was one of those powerhouse vocalists that I always looked up to, you know. I worshipped her because she was amazing with all of the, you know, rasp and everything that she did.

You probably could tell in my performance, you know, that was probably one of my inspirations growing up because of all the runs and the different things that I do. And she was a great performer and, you know, she just said the right things, you know.

She was just saying how she was - at a young age she worked with, you know, Britney and Justin Timberlake and I thought that was really cool, you know. And she like worked with them and she lived it at a young age. You know, she knew what it was like because she lived it.

And, you know, Pharrell, he also with him I was just so proud that they both turned for me because, you know, Pharrell is just an amazing producer. And I was so sad that I turned him down but I mean Christina is just one of those people where you just canít say no to her, like Kristen said. And yes.

Mark Franklin: Okay thank you very much. And then if we could go to Ryan please? With a four chair turn you had a lot of options and you expressed sort of a pre-audition preference for Pharrell but you went with Adam. Why was that?

Ryan Quinn: Hey this is Ryan. Oh my God, it was an incredibly difficult decision for me to make. I really just thought Pharrell going into it, heís just such a well rounded person and producer that - I donít really know what category I fit into, I have always had trouble with that.

But when theyíre all pitching themselves to you, you know, after you snap out of the oh my God I just got a four chair turn, you know, fog and you really are just taking everything that theyíre all saying, I just felt like Adam - we connected on musical influences, Jeff Buckley and we have a similar singing style. He seemed really genuine and really passionate. He said he would try to take my way and I just really believed him.

Mark Franklin: Okay thank you, and then if we could go to Peyton. Peyton are you there?

Peyton Parker: Yes, hi.

Mark Franklin: Yes you were facing a lot of pressure not to go with Blake yet you did. And why was that?

Peyton Parker: Yes, it was crazy. Christina and Pharrell and even Adam who didnít turn around were all trying their best to not get me to go with Blake. But, you know, at the end of the day Iím a country singer and I just feel like Blake understood me the most as an artist.

And, you know, it would have been amazing to work with any of the coaches. But itís kind of like what Kristen said about Christina. I just feel like he said what I needed to hear as an artist and I felt like I could, you know, bring - he could bring the best out of me.

Mark Franklin: Okay. Hey and Iíve got to ask. On your website you identify yourself as a Boston Terrier wrangler. Whatís that about?

Peyton Parker: Yes, I have two Boston Terriers and theyíre the craziest dogs in the world so they need wrangling sometimes.

Mark Franklin: Okay well best of luck, best of luck with that and with your music.

Peyton Parker: Thank you.

Operator: Ladies and gentlemen, as a reminder to register for a question please press the 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone keypad. Our next question comes from the line of Trey OíDell with The Voice. Please proceed with your question.

Shauna Wynne: I think that was an accident, Trey is one of the artists.

Trey OíDell: I apologize, I misunderstood you.

Man: Thatís Trey.

Trey OíDell: Classic Trey yíall.

Man: So Trey.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Gina Klein with Radio B107.3, Lincoln, Nebraska. Please proceed with your question.

Gina Klein: Yes I wanted to talk to Hannah. Hi Hannah, this is Gina with B107.3, how are you?

Hannah Huston: Hey Gina, Iím well, how are you?

Gina Klein: Well congratulations. This town is going nuts about your audition last night.

Hannah Huston: Yes I can kind of feel it. My Twitter and everything has kind of blown up. Itís been awesome, itís really fun.

Gina Klein: You are a celebrity. My question for you Hannah in addition to telling you congratulations, the song you chose last night to sing Unaware by Allen Stone, what was your reasoning behind that? Why did you choose that song?

Hannah Huston: Why did I choose that song? You know, Allen Stone is a wizard, heís amazing. I have had that song I donít know, introduced to me a couple of years ago.

And as it was introduced to me it was this awesome dude who was singing soul music and heís white and heís super cool and he has this version where heís just jamming in his motherís living room and it just spoke to me. And itís just like this long jam session and he just believes in this song and he just believes in like the players next to him, the people who were playing in his band and itís beautiful. And it was this vibe that you just - I could not stop watching it over and over and over again.

So it was introduced to me a long time ago and it has been a song thatís been with me I donít know, just ever since. And I have sung it at different things, I have just been able to jam with that song with different artists that are friends of mine.

And just like my voice, you know, my voice I love that soul feel, I love the way that he takes a note and he twists it and he does weird stuff with it. And I donít know, and then thereís like this depth to the song thatís just super, you know, meaningful and beautiful. And so I was happy to sing that song and glad that it worked out that I could audition with it. It also is dynamic enough so you can, you know, change you voice, do different things.

And so yes, it was a great blind audition song. Iím just thrilled that I got to sing an Allen Stone song. Itís like thatís a dream come true to me on national television Iím singing one of my all time favorite artistís song. So super cool moment.

Gina Klein: Yes you performed it very well. One last question for you and Iíll let you go. When you walked on the stage did you have any preconceived idea of who you wanted to pick as a coach should you get through?

Hannah Huston: Yes major if. You know, I think - look, I had a preference. Like I was thinking, you know, if I had a choice if I could I would love to work with Pharrell.

But when youíre up there, thereís just something that happens to you that like itís just a tumbling moment where you have four people who are successes, like theyíre huge and theyíre giving up time to just help someone else who has maybe potentially no experience or had a hard time finding the right opportunity.

And so I was hoping that Pharrell would turn around just because I know heís just got this mind for music and creating music. And he looks at the heart and he looks at the meaning. And so that just - if he were to turn around I kind of knew.

But I mean, you get Christina Aguilera talking to you and Blake Shelton was giggling and the whole time I was just I donít even know any more. So you just kind of go into this fog of I just, you know, if I ended up going with my gut and Iím really happy about it. And it was just really, really cool that three people turned around and I had a moment to kind of think about it which was crazy. So I was just really humbled and grateful.

Gina Klein: Well very exciting, well weíre all rooting for you here in Lincoln, Nebraska and weíll look forward to following your journey and I hope to get you on my show soon Hannah, good luck.

Hannah Huston: Okay awesome, thanks so much.

Operator: And Ms. Wynne there are no further phone questions at this time. I will turn the call back over to you.

Shauna Wynne: Thanks everyone for joining. Thanks everyone and enjoy the rest of your day.

Woman: Thank you.

Woman: Thank you.

Man: Thank you.

Man: Thank you.

Woman: Bye guys.

Woman: Bye guys, I love you all.

Man: Bye everyone, I miss you all so much.

Man: Bye everyone.

Man: Love you all.

Woman: Trey is so obnoxious.

Operator: Ladies and gentlemen that does conclude the conference call for today. We thank you for your participation and ask that you please disconnect your line.


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