America’s Got Talent’s opening night received the voice of 22-year-old autistic, blind and gifted vocalist and pianist Kodi Lee on its 14th season.
The YouTube video is currently trending at number five, with almost seven million views.
A YouTuber is making a lot of jaws drop with his nearly perfect imitation of the text-to-speech robot voice, that you might even think that he is the real one.
The man, who runs the YouTube channel Alex, posted a video on Apr. 8 where he perfectly imitates the text-to-speech voice as he reads the intro of “The Flash,” according to Mashable.
A woman in southeastern China had a waking nightmare when she realized she can no longer hear men’s voices.
The woman, identified as Chen, went to bed with nausea and ringing in her ears, believing that a good night’s sleep should alleviate the pain.
Xiaolong Wang, a man from China, has just set a new world record for performing the highest vocal note.
Japan has a new basketball league in which the players are the country’s beloved national treasures: anime voice actresses.
Voice actors have a considerably high celebrity status in Japan, so featuring them in sporting events may not be a bad idea after all, at least from a marketing perspective.
An anime enthusiast delivered an impressive cover of the Dragon Ball Z opening theme during his blind audition for the fifth season of “The Voice Thailand” on Sunday.
Ditthawat Chaikaewruchikorn’s electrifying rendition of the song “Cha-La Head-Cha-La” got an enthusiastic response from both the studio audience and the show’s four judges who all turned their chairs around, reported Geek. The YouTube video featuring his performance has racked up 4 million views in nearly four days.