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Talk about a truly spectacular entrance. It doesn't get much better than this. The crowd was absolutely electric. 

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Ah yes, a nice realistic portrayal. Maybe later he can do "Eleanor Rigby but it won't buffer correctly." Also holy crap this song is like 56 years old.

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This performance ends up being more impressive than if he got it right. 

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About as much fun as you can have on a nearly empty Norwegian bus. Honestly, he's not too bad. This guy is pulling out all the stops.

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Someone get Mom off the stage. The attention-grabbing antics are off the charts in terms of cringe. 

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Absolutely beautiful! The neighbors were ready for the next song. 

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You didn't know you needed this, but here's a video version of this conversation of a person who needed photos of cenozoic animals with their mouths open so he could photoshop microphones into them. It's simple but by god it's one of those wonderful gems of the internet.

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You are NOT ready for this feels trip. Plain and simple. Just look at the judges as their jaws hit the floor when the young and wildly talented Kodi Lee starts singing, while playing the piano. This guy has a beautiful gift, and the world's lucky he's sharing it with them. 

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Cat voice training! Never knew how much the world needed this, until now. Brace yourself. 

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Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor is talented in MANY ways. The amount of epic in this video where he sings the SpongeBob song is very high. 

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Was it the voice or the song choice? He should've tried an easier song. Everyone knows not to attempt that vocal range when a judgemental cat is there to criticize. 

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Maybe this legend is just ahead of his time. Or he's learning a quick lesson in how auto-tuning does NOT guarantee your song will be the world's next hit song.