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Alex Boye released a new song called "Celebrate" this week and announced a tour to Korea.

Alex Boye, "Studio C" and One Voice Children’s Choir each released two new videos, and Claire Crosby welcomed home a new baby in this week’s UTubers.

Boye announced a tour to Korea with a cover of “DNA” by South Korean boy group BTS on Jan. 31. “I’m so excited to come to Korea to perform some concerts for you,” he said in the video. “And I hope to see you at one of my performances!”

Boye also released “Celebrate," a new music video partnering with Financially Fit to inspire self-reliance. Follow Boye down the streets of New York City as someone serves him and he in turn pays it forward. “The more you serve, the wealthier you become,” is one of several quotes that appear in the video.

Adam Berg of BYUtv’s “Studio C” experiences culture shock in the Big Apple when he has to learn the difference between a sandwich and a hogie. Watch as this struggling Oklahoma City boy gets lost in the New York lingo.

These mesmerizing looks and dramatic dance steps are unforgettable. Find out what true love looks like in “Studio C”’s next video as lovers Eliza and Wolfgang say goodbye during one last dance.

One Voice Children’s Choir Lyza Bull collaborated with The Piano Gal and Eve Barlow in “Master of the Ocean,” an original piece for the LDS 2018 Youth Theme, “Peace in Christ.” The video features Eve on the cello and Sara Arkell, The Piano Gal, on the piano. All three girls wear long red dresses, dove necklaces and crowns of olive branches in the video.

Members of the One Voice Children’s choir sing “We are Children of God” by LDS composer Monica Scott. The video shows scenes of children of all ages and backgrounds loving and serving each other. “We can be a light. We can show the world his love,” the children sing.

In this next video, award-winning violinist Rob Landes teaches Molly Burke, who is blind, to play the violin. All her hard work, patience and sore arms pay off as she is able to play Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” with Rob after just an hour of practice.

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Claire Crosby, the young musical sensation who is now 5 years old, shows off her new baby sister who was born Jan. 29. Claire’s dad talks about the delivery and how they are still waiting to decide on the baby’s name. “We might cancel her name,” Claire says with a big grin on her face.

“The Greatest Showman” craze continues with Madilyn Paige’s medley of “This Is Me,” “Never Enough” and “Rewrite The Stars.” Don’t miss a special appearance by Tanner James from season six of "The Voice."

Working with Lemons covers “A Million Dreams” sung by kids Mia Bagley and Cooper Johnson, who re-enact their own version of the scene from the movie.