Skip to comments.A Random Girl Steps Up to a Karaoke Machine
Posted on 09/18/2012 9:18:37 AM PDT by navysealdad
A random South-East Asian girl steps up to a karaoke machine in a store in front of a grocery shop and sings Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You. She absolutely floors everyone
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worth the time
singapore might be Galt’s gultch
....very talented. Some coaching and she’ll be invited to get a contract....but she’ll have to drop the backpack..*smiles*
you guys don’t think that’s a recording of whitney with a random dumb girl lip syncing?
Dang that girl can sing!
Someone OTHER THAN DISNEY, give her a retainer contract.
Whitney Houston reincarnation. Phillipine Idol beckons.
She’s good enough to by-pass American Idol and she just might.
Didn't think of that. Did sound a lot like her. But the girl may have listened to the recording many times.
Not a lip sync.
Also, Dolly Parton wrote it to Portwer Wagner when they
This young lady does it very well also.
Wow, she is good!
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No, her singing of "I will always love you" is close to but not an absolute copy of Whitney Houston's version. Go to "Youtube" and play Whitney then this and you can see for yourself.
The differences are not errors, just a matter of style.
Sorry, but I’m skeptical. Look at her lips, some of the phrasing and open mouth singing doesn’t match her half-open/fairly closed shape of mouth.
Her stance and breathing don’t match the natural and typical gutoral tension and projection on the louder parts.
She’s VERY good at lip syncing. But not unreasonable to imagine her mirror-singing and listening to this song 5000 times to get it perfect. As a singer I know it’s very doable, given repitition and carefully studying the original mouth/vocal techniques.
Time will tell. I’d be glad to be proven wrong. I love discovered unknown talents.
I got chills, don’t expect that to come out such a tiny girl! Fabulous!
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