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move the lips in synchronization (with recorded speech or song)

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I enjoyed the performance and do not care whether it was lip-synched or not - it was a beautiful rendition, with some originality, of a song we have all heard so many times," wrote LeeAnne24 on the Washington Post comment board.
She added: "I think it's quite well known that she has lip-synched in the past.
We watched Britney navigate through her stormy 55-hour marriage to hometown boyfriend Jason Alexander, and we rejoiced when she lip-synched at the Super Bowl, because darn it, she is kind of interesting
Her show is not wholly lip-synched, but there's an element to it.
Think of the adolescent confessions of 10-16, 1997, lip-synched by adult actors (including that now-notorious dwarf).
The lip-synched virtual host will be made up of more than 20,000 polygons, enabling him to ask questions, give answers and utter the now-famous phrase, "Is that your final answer?
In the short piece, Borowitz writes that, "A rising chorus of congressional Republicans are calling on President Obama to acknowledge that the pop singer BeyoncA[c] lip-synched during his inaugural festivities on Monday and resign from office, effective immediately.
She was later revealed to have lip-synched the track of a seven-year-old singer who was not considered pretty enough to appear, the paper said.
Hardly anything she wore (or lip-synched, for that matter) was memorable, except for some sort of faux-distressed ``Survivor'' getup .
Performers lip-synched to the words of front man Casey Spooner, who levels any remains of the fourth wall with his feigned unpreparedness, like wondering aloud which song is next.
TalkBack's output is very realistic because LIPSinc's co-articulation functionality provides for smooth transitions between phonemes and eliminates the appearance of stuttering often associated with lip-synched animations.
Though Beyonce gave an outstanding performance at the Inauguration, it was revealed that she lip-synched the National Anthem.
As Milli Vanilli once lip-synched, blame it on the rain, which produced a bumper crop of pollen this spring.