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She sang Sam Smith’s arrangement of Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know? “My sister was in the room next to me and she said, ‘Kim, that was really good, you should post it on Facebook.’” Kimberly hesitated.
“I was tired and I didn’t have any makeup on,” she confesses.
“I wanted single moms and single dads, and parents and grandparents, to have a song that they can relate to,” she adds.“I think it’s empowering to be a single parent,” she says.“People look down on single moms,” Kimberly concedes. But she has her own label for single moms (and dads): Superheros.Since then she continued to do little singing gigs, no more than once a week, at places in Sumter like Hamptons, a fine-dining restaurant, and J O’Grady’s, a burger, barbecue and beer place.Occasionally she’d travel to nearby cities like Charlotte, NC, and Columbia, SC, for a gig, and she auditioned three times for In fact, until her video went viral, Kimberly hadn’t been able to pursue singing more aggressively because she has needed to be there for little Vaida and her other kids. Kimberly’s marriage to her high school sweetheartlasted “six or seven years,” she says.