When the famous singer Sia, planned to perform at celebrity-cum-friend Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston nuptials things did not go as per her plan. Read on to find what went wrong with the performance back in August.
This embarrassing event took place when the singer tried to hit high notes while singing the hit number Chandelier at the reception party of Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston which was held at their mansion in California. She later admitted while giving interview on radio that her vocal cords failed while singing the high notes. She was singing it in front of the star couple and other hordes of the celebrities such as Tobey Maguire, Courteney Cox, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt among others who were a part of the celebration.
In an interview with Australian radio on NOVA FM, she was heard confessing, “I went for the Chandelier chorus and it was like, it was actually hilarious. It was squawking… It sounded like three weird squeaky notes at the same time were coming out… it was hilarious.” This is not the only occasion where she has fumbled with performance on stage. In another instance when she was performing the song Titanium at a Presidential gala with David Guetta, she couldn’t hit the high note here too. While describing the event as hilarious she also said “I opened my mouth and a squeak came out”.
Many people are of the opinion that the voice crack in several occasions may be due to fact that the singing techniques adopted by the singer are poor and also the fact that Sia is unwilling to go for any voice lessons. It has been reported that the 39 years old before the Grammys in 2015 did try to take singing lessons but did not continue for long.
She was heard commenting “It’s very boring, I don’t warm up… Everyone was saying there is this guy, who will condition your voice and help you hit the high notes…it was $500 an hour, that’s crazy, I can already sing.’ He said if I keep singing the way I do I will lose my voice like other people.” We hope the singer takes better care and starts giving flawless performances in the near future.
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