Somewhere, there's an anonymous man from Sandy's high school to thank whose influence led her to pursue the art of rapping at a tender young age. "I learned the words because I liked this guy in high school," she confessed. "I was like, 'Next time I'm going to that dance, I'm going to know every word, and I'm going to make sure he sees me ... and he's going to like me!" Girl didn't fess up to how long it took her to master Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight," but it worked. She won that boy (who's probably reeling right now), and proved she's still got it going on today — along with, you know, being perfect in every humanly way possible.
Editor's Note: Try at your own risk. Rapping might have been cute in high school, but unless you're Sandra Bullock, you might want to leave it for late-night dance sessions alone in front of the bathroom mirror. Just sayin'. (Jezebel)