A transgendered performer on 'Thailand's Got Talent,' has pulled the old switcheroo by singing the first part of her performance in a feminine voice, and then finishing it in her original masculine voice.
The unorthodox move delighted the audience and the judges, one of whom declared that he was "dumbfounded" by the transition.
Although the video below is in Thai, it's pretty easy to figure out what is going on. We've fast-forwarded the video to around the one-minute mark for you -- that's where the action really gets going.
On Friday, singer Cyndi Lauper found herself stuck in the Buenos Aires airport after her flight was delayed.
Lauper, who is on a world tour, wasn't the only traveler stranded and emotions were running high as cancellations and delays began to accumulate.
To defuse the tension, the 57-year-old singer commandeered one of the airport microphones and led a sing-a-long of her '80s classic "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," as well as other hits form her career.
While Lauper's impromptu concert didn't get anybody home any faster, it did give them a great story to tell when they did finally get there. Read on to see video of Lauper's free airport terminal show.
Alright, you can do a basic search on YouTube find anyone with a camera doing a rendition of their favorite song. More so than not, a lot of the results are for a lack of better words, crap. A couple of times you'll run across a few gems. These gems are sometimes amazing tracks with the talent singing possibly having a future in music. Sometimes these gems just make you say wow. I'd like to present to you one of those gems, Mr. Paul Iacono belting out Lady Gaga's "Born This Way." Check out the video after the jump.
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Further continuing the coverage of strange things from the web, how about we highlight Paula Deen. She is no stranger to Internet memes: the Southern fried TV chef has been the butt of many a butter joke on the web. A new Deen-obsessed image blog called Paula Deen Riding Things is deliciously bizarre. The Photoshopped works feature a sunglasses-wearing, wine glass-toting Paula riding atop a variety of people, animals and objects, from "The Neverending Story" creature Falkor to one of the titular monsters from "Tremors."
In case you didn't know, today, March 1st, is Justin Bieber's birthday. ITS A LIKE A HOLIDAY, OMG! All kidding aside, the young Bieb has captivated audiences around the world with what I assume would be his awesome songwriting skills, talent, amazing hair and keen sense of fashion
Charlie Sheen has been all over TV and the radio lately, saying all sorts of ridiculous things. And although the (ex?) "Two And A Half Men" star freely admits to having done more cocaine "than anybody could survive," he's apparently been sober during his media blitz.
Ke$ha’s camp leaked the video for her new single “Blow” Friday afternoon on Twitter. The surreal narrative features James “Dawson” Van Der Beek and Ke$ha mingling with a crowd of extras sipping champagne in unicorn masks. Don’t fear, animal rights activists: a helpful disclaimer that tells us “No mythological creatures were harmed in the making of this video.” Check it out after the jump:
Over its 83 years, the Academy Awards ceremony has produced hundreds of memorable, inspirational and surprising moments. The coveted Oscar statuette instigates cinema's elite to cry, kiss, scream and "exercise." With emotions running high and the tension thick, there is no telling what will happen during the upcoming February 27th show. Maybe even something that will knock one of the following best moments off the all time list.
"American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez seemed to take it harder than the eliminated contest Wednesday night when she broke down in tears after telling contestant Chris Medina that he would not be moving on in the competition.
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