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After going through this article I have noticed that it is written more like a press release than a neutral article. There is not one source to back up the claims included in the article and it continues to refer to Ms. Pierce as the #1 for various things and then refers to her as the most successful in other areas. Yet, we have no sources to substantiate those claims. The article needs to be rewritten in a more encyclopedic fashion and not so much like a professional work bio or press release. --Canyouhearmenow 23:36, 19 April 2016 (UTC)
Yes, it is ridiculously hagiographic and twee. I have made a start at fixing it but it is actually making me nauseous reading the thing. - Sitush (talk) 07:11, 19 July 2016 (UTC)