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YouTube hottie that can actually sing

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There has to be at least three trillion videos on YouTube of people lip-syncing to pop music. Some of it's pretty funny, most of it makes me want to gouge my eyes out with a pencil. Not even a sharpened one, any kind will do. If you're lucky, a hit vid can get you on a talk show with a fifteen second blurb on the nightly news. If not, you'll probably come home with the consolation prize: net stalkers.

You know this and I know this, but what what I didn't know is that some brave souls actually bust out a tune of their own, and wouldn't you know it, some of it ain't too bad. This girl might not make it on American Idol, and she could use some coaching, but I feel my conclusion is inescapable: girls got potential. It's amazing what you can do with things in the world when you have a good base to start from.

I have to give credit to the people who have the guts to sing in front of other people, and even more to those who capture it and upload it for the unwashed masses and the world to see. I suppose it probably helps your confidence when you can carry a tune like Mia Rose can, but it still takes guts to put yourself out there like that.

Mia's rendition of this Shania Twain classic is good, yet I'm a little freaked out about something. The way she sings "night", "on", and "life" sound like she's hiding a Southern U.S. accent, but she's from the U.K. Weird. Anyway, her voice is better suited to this in my opinion.

There isn't much else to this. She's hot, her voice is pleasent enough to listen to, and did I mention that she's pretty hot?

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