January 1, 2017 12:53pm CST
This was so hard to watch. I know the sound on stage with reverberation will drown out and the beat will come at a different time than what the audience hears; however, soon as she knew there was an issue, she should have asked for the music to be shut down and sang without it. The dancers could have stopped and she could have belted out some songs acapella. She didn't plan beyond lip syncing.... Although she didn't plan for the wrong track and monitors to go out, the sound managers are at fault as well. All music should have stopped. A plan to save the performance could have been made. She has a voice. She can sing without all the equipment. Kudos for her to try and keep at it. I give her that for not walking off. I've seen a singer walk off a stage because it started sprinkling. Not raining, just a mist.
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1 Jan 17
I think she should have been live and not lip syncing. However, she was out there and soon as the issue was obvious, should have shut it all down. The audience stood in line for hours after paying so either give them a performance acapella, fix the sound or refund. She did try to give a performance. Some say it wasn't professional of her. Some like me say she tried. I do agree she shouldn't have been faking it as in lip syncing.