A few months ago, a singer from the country of Italy was making $200k a year.

Now, the singer has changed her song.

Lotta Cornejo, 34, was born with a genetic condition called cystic fibrosis, a condition in which the lungs cannot properly support oxygenated air.

When Cornello’s lungs were first diagnosed, she had to be kept alive by ventilators.

Corneko said she wasn’t in great shape when she first went into the hospital, and her lungs were swollen and red.

Corngo, a singing sensation who is from Rome, was told to stop singing and take steroids.

“I was so sad, because I didn’t want to end up like that, but I had to listen to him.

He was very good at helping me,” Corneji said.

The singer has been performing in the opera house, in front of thousands of people every night.

Cornello has even won a couple of awards.

The star has even appeared on a documentary, which tells the story of her journey to the opera.

Corneajo said she feels that she has learned a lot about herself.

“People have been kind enough to let me know that I have given back to the world, I have helped the homeless, I helped the sick, I’ve been very good to the homeless and the elderly.

I was the most amazing person that anyone could imagine,” Corneallo said.

Actors, musicians and even pop stars are singing to Cornejos voice.

Her new album, the second one in a three-year project, has already been certified platinum by the RIAA.

Corncejo said her fans have been supportive.

“My fans are my friends.

They are the ones who tell me that I can do whatever I want, and that I should do whatever is on my mind,” Cornella said.

Cornejo’s star is growing fast.

She is in the midst of a world tour that includes stops in the US and the UK, and is currently working on a new album.