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When You Mix Opera Singing With Helium Balloons, Pure Hilarity Ensues

FEBRUARY 6, 2018  —  By Corinne S.

Opera singers are known for their rich, powerful voices. It's what makes the art form so captivating.

Such stunning performances often bring listeners to tears, inspiring strong, emotional reactions -- but laughter? Not so common. However, there is one way to guarantee your audience will giggle uncontrollably during your rendition of a beautiful aria. All you have to do suck some helium out of a balloon.

Watch as this talented singer puts on a chipmunk-style performance of "Deh Vieni Non Tardar."


To be honest, I'd pay to watch a helium-fueled opera. All jokes aside, though, she has an incredible voice!

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