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In a recent interview with W Magazine, Willow Smith says she can't do anything without her mother's permission.

Therefore, we'll direct this question at Jada Pinkett Smith: What the heck were you thinking letting your 10-year old daughter out of the house in this outfit?!?

The singing sensation attended last night's American Music Awards with her family and showed up in an ensemble that can only be described as uglier than Michael Lohan's attempts to capitalize off his daughter. But, hey, at least this isn't the most embarrassing piece of news concerning someone named Willow to come out today...

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What do you think? Willow Smith's outfit is...

 

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Willow Smith might be whipping her hair across the land - and inspiring one of the funnier late night talk show videos in awhile - but the singer is still just 10 years old.

In the latest issue of W Magazine, Willow says simply: "I can’t do whatever I want. Mommy has to say it’s okay.” That mommy, of course, is actress Jada Pinkett Smith.

As for her musical influences and inspirations, Willow touched on those topics as well in the interview:

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Willow Smith turned 10 years old on Sunday and celebrated the occasion by appearing on Ellen.

After being humorously handed a neck brace by the host, in order to ensure a lack of injury when she moved her head around on stage, Willow performed a snippet of Rihanna's "Only Girl" before launching into an incredible, mature version of "Whip My Hair."

Is she the next Michael Jackson, as Jay-Z stupidly dubbed her a few weeks ago? No. But is she impressive for such a young singer? Oh yes...

Prior to the above performance, Smith also chatted with Ellen for a few minutes. Watch that interview below.

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The girl who might become the next Michael Jackson turns 10 years old today.

That's what Jay-Z dubbed Willow Smith soon after she released "Whip My Hair," a song that has made this young crooner a lot more than just Will Smith's daughter.

Willow has gone on to appear on stage with Justin Bieber, walk in a number of fashion shows and talk about her upcoming album. That's a lot for someone who has barely been alive for a decade. Send in your birthday wishes to the budding star now and enjoy the following photo montage in her honor...

Walking Willow
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  • Jada and Willow

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Willow Smith has an entire nation whipping their hair. But why?

What is the motivation behind the nine-year's hit new single?

"Whip My Hair means don't be afraid to be yourself, and don't let anybody tell you that that's wrong. Because the best thing is you," Smith told MTV this week.

In the official video for the single, viewers watch as a bunch of kids whip their hair around and splatter paint on the walls of a school.

Willow has dubbed these pre-teens the "Warriorettes."

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Willow Smith is only nine years old, but we'll let Jay-Z tell you how bright of a future Will and Jada's daughter has:

She could be the next Michael Jackson, the music mogul says.

We won't go that far, but we're fans of Willow's first single, "Whip My Hair." The (very) young artist has released that song's official music video. Peep it below and sound off with your take on it.

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Willow Smith probably won't be the next Michael Jackson, despite Jay-Z's recent, exaggerated comparison.

The nine-year old daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett has only released one single and, let's face it, there will never be another Michael Jackson.

But might Willow be the next Naomi Campbell, minus the insane rage issues? She took a step in that direction last week in Milan, attending Fashion Week with her mother and showing up many of the models with her unique looks:

Willow Smith Hair

How do you prefer your Willow Smith hair, skunk-like or basic brown? Ponder those options above and below, as these are photos of the young star at various events:

  • Willow Fashion Photo
  • Jada and Willow
  • In Milan
  • Walking Willow

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One is nine, the other is 10.

One is the daughter of a superstar, the other a reality show stalwart.

Willow at Premiere

Indeed, a pair of young singing sensation took the nation by storm this week, as Willow Smith debuted a single and Jackie Evancho advanced to the finals on America's Got Talent.

Listen to the former HERE and the latter HERE and then vote in the poll below...

Who has the brighter career ahead of her?

 

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Willow Smith is the nine-year old daughter of Will Smith. She already has a popular single and a recording contract, as she was signed this week to Jay-Z's Roc Nation.

Now, the young girl also has impossibly high expectations to meet, as Jay-Z appeared on Ryan Seacrest's radio program yesterday and actually made a comparison between Willow and Michael Jackson.

Jada and Willow

"I heard the record first before I knew that it was recorded by a nine year old and I was like, man that record's a smash," said the music mogul. "I believe in superstars. I believe in big records and in superstars and I think [Willow] has both.

"She has a child's innocence but she has a clear vision of who she is and who she wants to be. I can only imagine that's how Mike [Michael Jackson] was as a young kid, he knew exactly what he wanted."

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Look out, Will Smith. Your children are coming for your spot on the A-list.

Earlier this summer, son Jaden anchored the number-one movie in the country, as his Karate Kid remake surpassed box office expectations. The young star has even sung along with Justin Bieber.

Now, daughter Willow Smith is making headlines. She's released a single titled "Whip My Hair" and has already been signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation record label. Take a listen below and then chime in with your take on it:

What do you think?