Ukrainian talent interrupted because judges are puzzled

 
Ukrainian talent interrupted because judges are puzzled
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A Ukrainian woman appears for the juges of the Ukrainian version of the talent show X Factor, singing like an angel. In fact she sings so good that the judges are puzzled and start to believe she is actually cheating, so they stop her in the middle of the song and ask her to sing A Capella instead to prove that it is her own amazing voice and not a recording.

Oh'boy are they surprised when her A Capella version is just as good.

The lyrics of the song, translated by a YouTube user, apparently is:

Glance inside,
You are my beating heart,
And tell me so,
Don't go,
To the winter

Oh yeah

The cold wind bellows:
come and warm me, I can't melt
But with us, it's spring

oh oh oh

Ask the clouds above,
Gift us with your white dreams,
The night swims,
And we follow,
In the world of our lasting flames

All judges sent her through to the next round of course.



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