lip-sync : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v move the lips in synchronization (with recorded speech or song)
- A lip-sync contest, to the Talking Heads' bar-brawl rave-up Wild Wild Life, is awhirl with amateur energy.
- With Depression-era recordings backing them on the soundtrack, the dapper duo lip-sync their way through 15 songs and six lavish production numbers.
- Then there are the stranger entertainments about entertainment, from the small army of Elvis impersonators to the TV game show Puttin' On the Hits, on which ordinary folks lip-sync .
News & Articles
- OUTlaw Drag Show to benefit LGBTQA scholarship
Once a year, bearded females come together to dance and lip-sync in front of an audience who attends the annual OUTlaw Drag Show. This year the show is 8 p.m. Saturday at the 1912 Center “The show ...
June 12, 2013 - The Argonaut
- Dubbing Hall of Fame
Marni Nixon may be the embodiment of behind-the-curtain singing in big Hollywood musicals. But there have been other incidents of singers surreptitiously subbing vocals of the stars. (Weâ€™ll skip for now the scores of celebrities, from Whitney Houston to Mariah Carey, who have lip-synched live to their pre-recorded vocals).
June 10, 2013 - Washington Post
- Jimmy Kimmel in CTV.ca
We're here to celebrate the music and the performers who sing and or lip-sync it tonight,Kimmel said in his monologue, poking fun at Ashlee Simpson's recent "Saturday Night Live" faux pas.
- Sabrina Bryan in Vineland Daily Journal
We're trying to lip-sync and ...... trying to look kind of pretty,Bryan said."
- Shankar Mahadevan in Khaleej Times
New directors are now making shorter films where heroes and heroines don't lip-sync songs,said Shankar Mahadevan of the popular Bollywood music director trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. "Music happens in these films as background tracks."