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5 in 5: Khalil Ramos

The teen star spills the sweetest thing he's ever done for a girl and more!

Find out why Khalil Ramos loves going to the Candy Fair and what his type of music is in this video of us talking to him backstage at the #CandyFair2014!

  1. What's the sweetest thing you have done for a girl you like? "Sweetest thing? Maybe, serenading her."

  2. How would you describe your music genre? "My music is alternative rock, with a mixture of ballad. Mostly love songs."

  3. What song best describes you? "Don't Stop Believing."

  4. If you could have a super power, what would it be? "Teleportation, because I would want to go to places without riding an airplane or boat."

  5. What do you love most about the Candy Fair? "The people, the crowd, the staff, everyone! I love everyone here. My friends and just, everything about the Candy Fair is really really nice. It's really nice to be here again, and it's really a good experience."

What questions would you ask Khalil if you got a chance to talk to him? Let us know in the comments or tweet us @candymagdotcom. We always love hearing from you. :)

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