Joss Stone Sings ‘Right To Be Wrong’ at One Young World Summit (VIDEO)

By: Jethro Nededog / October 22, 2012

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Soul singer Joss Stone gave the audience a lively treat at the Third Annual One Young World Summit in Pittsburgh over the weekend when she answered questions and then performed one of her most meaningful songs.

“I’m much better at putting how I feel into lyrics,” she told the crowd during the event’s opening ceremony, which included 1,300 delegates between ages 19-24 from more than 180 countries.

“This next one, I like to sing it at the end of everything I do, really,” she tells the crowd. “Because, we all make mistakes and this one is called ‘(Got) A Right To Be Wrong.’ That we do. So, you know it’s better to try something and get it wrong and not try.”

Alongside Stone at the opening ceremony was Former President Bill Clinton and model Natalia Vodianova.

Formed in 2009, the One Young World charity brings together young people from all over the world every year to work together and form ideas for positive change.

Watch Stone sing “Right To Be Wrong” in the video above.

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