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The photo Caillat shared to announce her engagement evokes similar feelings as her “Try” video.
Caillat is wearing large sunglasses in the photo, so it’s impossible to tell whether she’s wearing any makeup, but it’s still obvious: In the moment the photo was taken, Caillat is happy and confident in her own skin. Young is a guitarist who is extremely popular in the Hawaiian contemporary music genre.
And I said yes." Caillat’s caption shows that she’s not only a successful pop singer, but she’s also a fan of the sitcom "Friends." During an episode that aired in 1996 called "The One With The Prom Video", the eccentric Phoebe assures Ross that he and Rachel will end up together in the end.
Rachel is Ross’ “lobster” and “lobsters fall in love and mate for life,” Phoebe tells Ross.
The scene is iconic in "Friends" history, and in referencing the episode, Caillat once again showcases her personality and sense of humor.
She doesn’t explain the reference in her caption, instead trusting that her fans and followers would make the connection on their own.
After signing with Universal Republic Records, she released her debut album in July 2007, Coco, which included hit singles "Bubbly" and "Realize", has sold 2,060,000 copies in the United States and is certified 2x Platinum.Caillat began playing the acoustic guitar at age 19, and Blue helped her record her first song. I was glad, when I auditioned, that they said no." Caillat's debut album, Coco, was released on July 10, 2007 in Australia and Asia and a week later in North America.The second time she auditioned for the show, she sang her own original song, "Bubbly", and was rejected once again. Its deluxe edition was released on September 3, 2008 in Japan and November 11, 2008 worldwide. The album's first single, "Bubbly", peaked at number five on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number two on the Pop 100.She has been involved in the soundtrack of the movie Imagine That; she and Mikal Blue cover the Beatles song "Here Comes the Sun".She is also featured in Colombian singer Juanes' album La vida... In October, the song "Midnight Bottle" was included in the soundtrack of Brazilian soap opera Três Irmãs.
In 2008, she recorded a duet with Jason Mraz, "Lucky", which won a Grammy Award.