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Spending Christmas with Lil Bitts
By Soca News
Trinidad & Tobago
Friday 25 November 2011 : 10:42 GMT

Lil Bitts (Shivonne Churche) or Bitts as she is sometimes known has recently released her first offering for the 2012 Trinidad carnival season, entitled Mischief. We know we wouldn't be doing our job if we didn't find out what mischief she would be making this coming christmas.

How will you be celebrating Christmas this year?
With my family as always. Every Christmas Day the entire family goes to my grandmother's house; if 'yuh sticking' to arrive to her house, she will call you constantly asking how far you are, lol.

What three things are you looking forward to this Christmas?
1. I look forward to spending time with my family, because some of them I rarely see.

2. I look forward to the food, because its the most food it has in the house all year long, lol.

3. I also look forward to my family opening their gifts that was given to them from me.

When Santa delivers, what would you like to see in your Christmas stocking?
Health, strength & prosperity for all my loved ones; my father died July 31st 2011, can't lose any of them anytime soon.

What are your resolution/actions for 2012?
To work harder as an entertainer, get closer to God and spend more time with my family.

What is your drink for Christmas?

Where can we see you performing over the Christmas holidays, or in the months to come?
Plenty of corporate events and fetes throughout the carnival season.

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