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lip-sync

[′lip ‚siŋk]
(communications)
Synchronization of sound and motion picture so that facial movements of speech coincide with the sounds.
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SB Nation said about her performance, "The only thing Madonna proved during the Super Bowl 46 show is her irrelevance; the halftime show was so obviously lip-synced that it was painful.
This means that characters suddenly break into snippets of popular song, lip-synced over the original recordings.
As seen in the one-minute-and-two-second clip, 'Sister Valak de Ubak' playfully lip-synced local rapper Scusta Clee's 'Alak May Balak,' while roaming the halls of the prestigious institution.
On Monday, Beyonce gave an outstanding performance at the Presidential Inauguration, but was met with backlash when it was confirmed that she lip-synced the National Anthem.
However it was not clear if Hudson sang along with the recording or merely lip-synced, though she did receive universal acclaim for it.
Each Britney hopeful danced and lip-synced to songs from the pop star's CD, spun by a disc jockey from KIIS-FM (102.
1245448) reports revealing that BeyoncA[c] lip-synced during his inauguration on Monday.
New York, Dec 10 (ANI): Pop star Britney Spears has been invited once again to 'Good Morning America' for a formal interview, following her recent lip-synced performance on the show.