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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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In a series of tweets, the singer addressed the show host, whom he compared to a bully at school and defended himself over the lip-sync controversy.
Users can also post descriptions of their lip-sync performances.
A lip-sync fundraiser event was held in the TLT Theatre in Drogheda, Co Louth, last weekend with Dancing With the Stars winner Jake Carter judging.
At one point, DeMarcus crouched down behind LeVox and spoke like a bad ventriloquist, promising to never lip-sync at an awards show again as LeVox moved his lips out of time.
The former Voice judge says: "I have prided myself in having got this far without having to lip-sync but if my career carries on moving at the pace that it is, I will have to lip-sync to be able to stay well.
Sources had earlier alleged that the 32-year-old singer was already planning to lip-sync during the shows, adding that she hasn't sung live for many years.
(https://twitter.com/BuzzFeed) @BuzzFeed i didn't forget to lip-sync you nutters my mic was literally OFF i picked up the wrong one as i walked out, carried on & had fun.
Earlier she was accused of being paid a lot of money just to lip-sync.
Another concertgoer also complained about Spears' apparent lip-sync. "At the show, Britney Spears was blatantly lip-syncing along to a track," the disappointed fan said.
"She ABSOLUTELY DID not lip-sync. She performed Live in front of several thousands of people!!!!...," it read.
So instead of cancelling our commitment to do the show, we made a last minute decision to lip-sync. We've never done it before, and obviously we're not very good at it.
The insider clarified that the R and B queen didn't completely lip-sync the song.