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'''Leah Merrill Campbell''' is a Latter-day Saint singer. She starred in her high school production of “Mary Poppins” in the title role. More recently she collaborated with rapper [[Colby Ferrin]] on his “Blasting Off” video and “Happy Song” single. She tried out for “American Idol” in August 2019.  
 
'''Leah Merrill Campbell''' is a Latter-day Saint singer. She starred in her high school production of “Mary Poppins” in the title role. More recently she collaborated with rapper [[Colby Ferrin]] on his “Blasting Off” video and “Happy Song” single. She tried out for “American Idol” in August 2019.  
  
While serving as a missionary in Korea, Leah and her companion Sister Alice Soung created a song about mental health. She was also featured in a mission video.
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While serving as a missionary in Korea, Leah and her companion Sister Alice Soung created a song about mental health. She was also featured in a mission video "I Will Go and Do."
  
 
She married Spencer Campbell in September 2019.
 
She married Spencer Campbell in September 2019.
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Leah Merrill Campbell is a Latter-day Saint singer. She starred in her high school production of “Mary Poppins” in the title role. More recently she collaborated with rapper Colby Ferrin on his “Blasting Off” video and “Happy Song” single. She tried out for “American Idol” in August 2019.

While serving as a missionary in Korea, Leah and her companion Sister Alice Soung created a song about mental health. She was also featured in a mission video "I Will Go and Do."

She married Spencer Campbell in September 2019.