Try it yourself. I dare you.
Even though it was posted in 2009, a video of a young girl singing "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," has recently gone viral. Gaining almost 200,000 views on YouTube since January, the video features the child singing, which usually wouldn't attract that much attention, except this time, she is singing with her mouth completely closed.
Only opening her mouth to take in air, this little girl is able fully enunciate without the use of her lips.
Children everywhere have been trying to master this talent since seeing it on an episode of Nickelodeon's hit show, "iCarly," back in 2009. Starring tween idol, Miranda Cosgrove, the quirky talent was featured during season three in an episode called, "iCarly Awards."
During the episode, protagonist, "Carly Shay" and her co-host "Sam Puckett," give out awards to kids with interesting talents. Awards like "Best Peanut Shooter," "Best Male Acrobat With Lots Of Hair" and "Best Bottle Blowing," were all featured and hilarious to watch. A young girl named Paris, took home the iCarly Award for "Best Mouth-Closed Singer" and even delivered her acceptance speech with her lips sealed.
Let's see singers like Lady Gaga or Madonna do that!
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