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7-27-2010 @ 9:35AM
When she did that Bollywood singing vibrato thing, I just had to surrender to the unstoppable force of Felicia Day.And she looks very cute in the sari's, but unbelievably white.
7-27-2010 @ 12:11PM
I LOVE HER T_TSeriously tho, you're right, it was absolutely hilarious and that girl actually isn't huge. She's a living ivory statue.We love you Felicia!
7-27-2010 @ 3:29PM
I have to wonder if she's been taking singing lessons, given the marked improvement in her singing here. To be honest, at first I thought she was lip synching. Her work in Dr. Horrible was good but not "she's a professional singer" quality. "Date My Avatar" was too autotuned to tell how well she was doing, but this one sounds much more technically demanding and higher quality. I wish I knew better singing terms but her old work always sounded like she was hesitant and restrained and this song sounds like she's projecting, almost aggressively trying to sing rather than worrying about staying in the lines... Dang it, I never thought falling asleep during Sr. Mary Frances' music class would hamper me later in life.
7-27-2010 @ 5:09PM
You should check Dr Horrible's Commentary: The Musical. She did a lot better there. (Also I heard that while they were recording for DR Horrible, she'd had a cold. The difference between the two was noticeable, it really affected her pitch.)
7-28-2010 @ 9:04AM
@Qot: Your autotune-detector needs tuning.
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