Mariah Carey TRAIN-WRECK! Did Milli Vanilli teach us nothing?!
You’d think after the Milli Vanilli scandal of the 1990s, pop singers would stop
lip syncing on stage.
These idiots never learn.
Pop singers are so dependent on pre-recorded and digitally remastered audio tracks, they can’t carry a tune without them.
And apparently they’re more than willing to wreck their reputations live on national television.
The latest victim of pre-recorded vocals is another 1990s has-been, Mariah Carey.
Mariah was the headliner for “Dick Clark’s Rockin’ Eve” last night which only proves that the Dick Clark name doesn’t have the same prestige it once did.
When was the last time Mariah Carey was considered a superstar?
Let’s put it this way. Mariah was lip-syncing to a song that hit the Billboard charts in 1991.
Yet it was this song Carey’s been singing for 25 years that she bungled last night.
Then she stormed off stage in a huff.
Like it was our fault she sucked.
Is it just me or do you think singers should be able to freaking sing without the benefit of a prerecorded vocal track?