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Meghan Trainor on her first singing memory: 'I don't know if I was good'

Songstress Meghan Trainor has opened up about her first memory of singing live, among other things, in a new interview. 

During a quick-fire yet revealing interview with Billboard magazine, she opened up about her favourite Britney Spears moment and said: "You know. You know my favourite Britney live moment has to be the VMA. The snake! Come on. No one beat that. But also, anytime she performed 'Lucky'. Everyone be quiet, it's Britney!"

She then talked about the first time she remembers singing in front of other people: "The first time I sang in public, that had to have been church with dad. He was playing the organ at the church and I would go up there and sing with him. I don't know if I was good, but I did it."

Trainor also revealed how many instruments she plays, adding: "I play ukelele, percussion - like bongos and stuff, piano, guitar... uh, that's five, right? Trumpet. Did I say that? I'm going to say six."

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