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Time Lapsed Video From Expecting Parents Goes Beyond Adorable

star Tom Fletcher and his wife Giovanna have celebrated their new babys arrival
with a time-lapse video of the pregnancy and song called Something New.

video marks the couples nine-month journey from Giovannas bump, to the birth of
their baby boy, Buzz Michelangelo Fletcher, on March 13.

can be seen singing his new song as a time-lapse of pictures show the changing
shape of Giovanna's pregnancy bump.

singer explained: We took photos every day through the nine months of our
pregnancy, this is the result (plus a little song I wrote called
"Something New").

video ends with Giovanna leaving the room and returning with new baby Buzz in
her arms.

Bump to Buzz' has gone viral within a day of its release - attracting more than
325,000 views - and Tom took to Twitter this morning to thank fans for their

You can view the video here: Time Lapsed Video From Expecting Parents Goes Beyond Adorable

Tuesday, March 25 2014, 10:06 AM EDT

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