RABid Posted January 5, 2005 Share Posted January 5, 2005 When the music starts playing, then the singer starts mouthing the words and no vocals are heard, then she starts shaking the microphone and frantically pointing to it, then the camera cuts away and you hear someone say Testing, 1, 2, 3, then the camera comes back and the singer is using a different microphone and you sort of hear her, then she may really be singing. When the singer holds one finger on her hear and has a panicked look in her eyes because she cannot hear herself sing, then she really may be singing. If at the end of the song one of the background vocalists is having volume problems, drowning out the lead singer, and throwing out some very shaky notes, then they may really be singing. Enough of Kelly Clarksons opening song, lets move to the Simpson wrap-up. If the vocals sound horrible and you wonder why in the world someone that bad is screeching on stage in front of 100,000 people plus a nation audience, then the singer may really be singing. If the singer sounds like they were on a three day drunk before going on stage, it is probably not a lip sync performance. (Am I being to harsh here?) By the way, did anyone else think it sounded like the crowd booed after the halftime show? I kept thinking, how can this get any worse? Then they showed that boring U2 video premier. Robert This post edited for speling. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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