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You're intense in your grand plans for yourself and are meticulously planning when to show them to the world. If Pentatonix had a frontman, you'd be it..not by choice. You might stick out most in your group of friends (whether that's from being literally the tallest like Scott or having an inner intensity about you), but you embrace it.“We’re going to be doing some Christmas stuff after as well, because we love Christmas,” Kirstin says.If you missed it, check out Pentatonix‘s latest cover and click inside to see all the group’s upcoming tour dates!Dina: There are few groups with all guys and one female. It’s never really weird unless those times when there’s one dressing room. Kirstie: My mom and I would be in the car all the time (my mom is a single parent). I told her I wanted to be like the kids in the kids’ shows. Some days are just 2 hours, some are 6 to 8 hours, depending on what’s going on. How she raised me- it was just important to get good grades.She finally put me into voice lessons when I was 8 years old and I did a community theatre show, fell in love with it. In college, I did Musical Theatre Performance major at University of Oklahoma. And then this opportunity came my way and it’s been amazing. Dina: Take me through a typical day’s schedule for you when you’re not on tour. I woke up at 10, then had meetings through mid-day. When we’re not going on tour, we won’t have that long of a rehearsal. On personal time I take online classes; I really want to go back and get my degree. Dina: You mention that getting a degree is important to you. It’s just something I value so much, especially after I didn’t have to do it (school) anymore.

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