VIDEO: Austin Mahone Reveals He Thought of Giving Up Music Career
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Teen sensation Austin Mahone has just wrapped his headlining tour that sold out in minutes. Now the 18-year-old performer is out with his debut release, 'The Secret.'
Today, Mahone stopped by the fourth hour of TODAY and told hosts Kathie Lee and Hoda that before he was famous he often thought about giving up his music career. Check out the appearance below!
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