Kelly Clarkson He is not afraid to say it as it is.
After performing at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2018 in New York on Thursday, Clarkson went to Instagram to reassure fans that his singing was live.
"Umm, I do not know if you guys know it, but that was live! Brynn CartelliThank you, singing in this cold weather with me. It's very cold in New York, "he said, giving his ex Voice Mind a cry out. "I just wanted everyone to know, probably everyone thought that Brynn Cartelli sounded so good, but it was also live, so Brynn Cartelli just shake those races this morning, I did not even give those races this morning … I was like, No! Anyway, Happy Thanksgiving, all of you! I'm so excited to be here with Brynn! "
Clarkson did not let the cold temperature lower her. Even though he was below 20 degrees Fahrenheit in the Big Apple, Clarkson gave a good performance of his hit "Heat." Several users of social networks applauded her for her performance and praised her for not synchronizing her lips.
"Nobody else is singing live for the Macy's parade, except Kelly Clarkson, current queen, " wrote a Twitter user.
"Good for Kelly!" wrote another. "It seems she insisted on singing live instead of the usual lip syncing on #MacysDayParade, sounds amazing, of course, @kellyclarkson."
However, Twitter also rushed to call when an artist did not sing live. For example, John Legend He took Twitter earlier in the day to defend Rita prays after that she was selected for lip synchronization.
"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," he wrote in response to a social media user who had criticized Ora. "I hope you enjoyed it anyway, know that if you attend my shows, the voices are 100% live!"
Ora clearly appreciated Legend's support.
"Fun fact @johnlegend, thanks for clarifying what I was about to tweet too," he wrote. "It's annoying for us, but anyway! All my shows are 100 percent live, they always have been! When you come to an ORA show, get ready! Back to the holidays! Have a good time! boy! 🙂 X. "
Even Macy's admitted that there had been some technical difficulties.
"During today's NBC broadcast of #MacysParade "Several recording artists experienced technical difficulties that negatively affected their performance," wrote the official account of the brand on Twitter. "We apologize and we want the fans to know that these problems were beyond the control of the artist."
"Thank you and I appreciate the honesty", answered Ora, "and I hope everyone has still had a great time!"
Watch the video to see Clarkson's performance.
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