John Legend is defending a fellow musician.
On Thursday, some Twitter users. scream Rita Ora, 27, for lip syncing during her performance at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the 39-year-old "All of Me" singer, wants everyone to understand that Ora had no other option in this regard.
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"Fun fact." We all have to synchronize the lips in this parade because the floats do not have the ability to handle the sound requirements for a live performance, "the legend wrote in response to a fan. pointing out That also synchronized the lips.
"I hope everyone enjoyed it anyway," he added. "I know that if you come to my shows, the voices are 100% live!"
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The artist from "Anywhere" continued: "Fun fact @johnlegend thanks for clarifying what I was about to tweet too, it's annoying for us, but anyway!"
"All my shows are 100 percent live, they always have been!", He continued. "When you come to an ORA show, get ready! Back to the holidays! That you are good guys!
The singer Simona Milinyte also sided with Ora.
"We all know that Rita Ora can sing! Do not be so quick to judge! "He wrote on Twitter." Idk, but it is possible that the television broadcast was late or that she had a different reproduction or that the sound she heard on her headphones was different from what we heard ".
"Exactly !! You have that right!" Ora replied "You know that this girl does not have lip syncing, it's not my world! Now let me go find a turkey!
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A curious fan asked Legend: "Do you really sing while you synchronize your lips or just move your mouth?"
"I sang exactly as I would have done if you could listen to me," replied Legend. "I guess that's the only way to do it credibly, but I'm not an expert in these matters."
"If people did not know you, all lips were synchronized by now, well," said another Legend fan. "I lost all faith when I knew there was lip-syncing on Soul Train in 1997."
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"It's true, but … I actually convinced Soul Train to let me sing live when I was there in the days of Get Lifted," said Legend.