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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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Last month, Spears chose to address the lip-syncing claims during an interview with an Israeli TV Show.
And every one of them is lip-syncing the words to "Man on the Moon.
The Marshall Mathers LP' star was accused of lip-syncing his performance at SNL, as he pulled his mic away from his mouth several times while his vocals continued at full volume.
While he drew cheers for winning the entertainer of the year award at this year's Country Music Association Awards, singer-songwriter Garth Brooks had to put up with jeers, too, after netizens noticed that he was lip-syncing his performance of 'Ask Me How I Know' at the ceremony.
While the set went off without a hitch, some ABC viewers thought Alsina may have been lip-syncing.
Washington, Oct 15 ( ANI ): Rihanna has been accused by fans of allegedly lip-syncing and displaying low energy on stage.
Ashlee Simpson proved that despite her lip-syncing fiasco during a ``Saturday Night Live'' episode, she is clearly more entertaining than sister Jessica.
DAZ also develops software applications that support its content, including DAZ/Studio, a 3D character posing and rendering application available for free to the public; Mimic, a lip-syncing program that allows users to have a 3D figure speak with any recorded voice; and Bryce, a 3D landscaping and animation package.
Officers from Michigan's Port Huron Police Department in the United States shot their own version of 'Carpool Karaoke' by lip-syncing to Backstreet Boys' 'I Want It That Way'.
A video of Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Lopez performing their track "Actin' Like That" has made headlines recently after it has been reported that the Aussie-born singer-rapper was lip-syncing to the song during the performance.
If faced with a situation like that again, you might want to avoid being caught lip-syncing on a live show whose writers and cast members make fun of people for a living.
Top Celebrity Setbacks: 1) Janet Jackson's Super Bowl "wardrobe malfunction;" 2) Britney Spears' weddings; 3) Mary-Kate Olsen's eating disorder; 4) Ashlee Simpson's "Saturday Night Live" lip-syncing incident; 5) Tara Reid's "wardrobe malfunction" at P.