On Friday, theÂ KIDZ BOP KidsÂ will release their 37th studio album, this time featuring covers like Imagine Dragons‘ “Thunder” and Portugal. The Man‘s “Feel it Still.”The KIDZ BOP Live 2018 tour will hit up over 30 major U.S. cities this summer, and performances will even include a parent lip-sync battle to ’90s hits. Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Click here to get those and more in the PEOPLE Babies newsletter.
April Balascio always knew her father, Edward Wayne Edwards, had a troubled past. He grew up in an orphanage where he claimed he’d been abused, gotten dishonorably discharged from the Army and eventually turned to a life of crime, spending time in prison for arson and robbing gas stations, and even appearing on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list. But by the time Edwards met Balascio’s mother, Kay, he claimed to be completely reformed.
Growing up, April Balascio says she always had suspicions about her dad, handyman Edward Wayne Edwards. He was obsessed with murder and detective stories and loved to ingratiate himself with the cops, inserting himself into local investigations wherever they lived. Stranger still, Edwards would often move his family in the middle of the night without warning — Balascio’s first clue that something wasn’t quite right.
@Vilkomerson When I read that people are "over the moon" about being pregnant I lose my mind. Why does this phrase only relate to pregnancy? Related, why do parents love their kids "to the moon and back!" when posting bday messages on social media that said kid will never see??
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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