do you prefer a beautiful singer or a singer who sings beautifully?

Indonesia
August 7, 2008 1:32pm CST
well, of course if a singer have both quality like beyonce, that's a gift.
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@diansinta (7551)
• Indonesia
8 Aug 08
Hi Sutan, Yeah must be both ways is good, absolutely. My example is Josh Groban and Rob Thomas. they both ganteng (handsomeu huu) and good voice. And of course Yes, Beyonce, Charlotte Church... many of them, but i only remember the males.hehehe My bad example is Dewi Persik; she is beautiful, standard voice but her mind is twisting crazy. Lol May be she do too many down shaking butty so that her brain turn into juice.
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• Indonesia
8 Aug 08
hi dian sinta, yeah, some singers really have both qualities. hahaha i understand if you can only remember the males. that's ok. remembering the females is my duty . beyonce, charlotte church, mariah carey, sherina (our sherina - she was my favorite, she is my favorite and she will be my favorite ). lol you are right about dewi persik. sometimes i think her name should be dewi berisik /noisy. thx for being here, have a nice week end
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@diansinta (7551)
• Indonesia
9 Aug 08
Yup! have a pretty week end for you too!
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@ashar123 (2359)
• India
29 Aug 08
Its obvious that if you love a singer then you must love his or her singing voice. There are actors and actresses whom you can prefer for looking beautiful but not for singers.
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• Indonesia
30 Aug 08
hi ashar, yes you are right. i even like actors or actresses for their performance skill, not their look. thx for responding
• United States
8 Aug 08
both is awesome but singing talent is better
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• Indonesia
9 Aug 08
i agree with you. for singer, i think her look is just her additional quality. thx for responding
@klaudine (3652)
• Indonesia
7 Aug 08
well.. if there are only 2 options i will take the last one. A singer who sings beautifully. I use my ears to listen to the voice, and since I rarely watch TV, I am not going to see the singer's face that much. The voice is the most important for a singer, so those who can sing beautifully would be better apprciated
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• Indonesia
8 Aug 08
hi klaudine, well, generally, the voice impresses us much more than the visual does. thx for responding
• Bahamas
7 Aug 08
I would prefer a beautiful voice. It doesn't matter how the person looks as long as they sing beautifully. Today the music industry is full of people who can't really sing,{they have to technically inhance their voices} but look like superstars. In days gone by singers had voices to die for but not all had the looks, but boy could they sing.
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• Indonesia
8 Aug 08
hi dragonfly, yes, sometimes i wonder why they insist on singing when they realize how ugly their voice. thx for responding
@icegermany (2524)
• India
7 Aug 08
but its hard to find both qualities in one its vey rare.
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• Indonesia
8 Aug 08
hi icegermany, yes, you are right. that's why sometimes we have to choice. thx for responding
• United States
7 Aug 08
In terms of music, I prefer a beautiful voice over a beautiful face, of course. Music is more about audio than the visual; I can imagine the singer's face myself, if I like, but otherwise I'm not concerned with how he/she looks.
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• Indonesia
8 Aug 08
hi hachimitsu, yes, i am similar with you. if someone has a beautiful voice, it doesn't matter how she looks. thx for responding
• India
9 Aug 08
Yup thats right, i like beyounce too, she looks great and is great. And any ways, i would prefer a singer who sings beautifully than a beautiful singer. Coz singing is plainly just singing and just to ears and mind.
• Indonesia
9 Aug 08
hi keep_onwatch, how are you? yes you right. we enjoy song by our ears, not eyes. thx for responding have a nice week end!
@Theresam (1181)
• United States
8 Aug 08
I enjoy a more beautiful voice than a face. 99% of my music is through my ears and I don't really watch videos.
• Indonesia
9 Aug 08
hi theresam, welcome to the club sing is about voice, not face. thx for being here...