Maddie Ziegler Sings “I Will Always Love You”: Well Almost!

By Meghna Subhedhar | 1 year ago
Maddie Ziegler Sings “I Will Always Love You”: Well Almost!

Maddie Ziegler is on her way to be a singer. Well, almost. The little dancing queen did a hilarious dubsmash for Whitney Houston’s “I will always love you.” Read on for more details.

The “Dance Moms” star is making news again. Ziegler, who has charmed her way into the audiences heart with her performances on TV and in music videos, did a really cutesy video of her singing, sorry, lip syncing to the legendary Whitney Houston hit, “I will always love you.”
In a short Dubsmash piece, which lasts for only seconds, Ziegler pretends to belt out Whitney Houston’s famous line, I will always love you, with complete melismata and belly voice boom. The video can be seen here.


The video begins with the 12-year-old, trying to hit the right note sotto voce a couple of times before presumably getting it perfectly right in Houston’s voice. The hilarious video sees Ziegler lip syncing to perfection to Whitney Houston’s song, “I Will Always Love You.”

Dubsmash is the latest fad to hit the tinsel town. Everybody from Hugh Jackman to Maddie Ziegler is trying it out. All you have to do is to apparently lip sync to a famous song. The more contorted your facial features get, the better the outcome on film. Like many other fads come and gone, this fad too has taken the media by storm.

Ziegler has recently been in the news because her family moved house. They have sold their old Pittsburg property for a pretty penny and now are housed in a much better accomodations which has a pool, dance studio, and basement as features. It looks like Ziegler is committed to becoming a dance legend. We see good things in her future.

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Photo Source: Facebook / Maddie Ziegler