Blonde

Album: Hello My Name Is... (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • Bridgit co-wrote this song with the pop/electronica duo Dreamlab, who comprise Leah Haywood and Daniel James. A self-proclaimed forgetful person, it finds the singer poking fun at stereotypes associated with the fair-haired demographic. "Yes, there's the label of being 'blonde,'" she told AOL Music, "but it doesn't define me."

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