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Lip sync at BYU-Idaho

On the evening of Saturday, June 4, a battle to determine the best lip-syncing student will be held at The Crossroads.

This lip-sync battle, put together by the Student Activities Committee, will feature students lip-syncing along in their own rendition to songs of their choice, according to the Student Activities website.

This battle is inspired by the Jimmy Fallon show, where Fallon frequently invites his guests, well-known celebrities, to perform brief portions of songs in a humorous way to compete with his own comical renditions, according to Student Activities website.

Any student can sign up to compete in the lip-sync battle for a $2 fee. The audience will vote on a winner and every participant will get a prize, according to Student Activities website.

Katey Jay, a freshman studying theatre design/technical, is managing the show.

“It will be tons of fun to see people display their talents without actually singing,” Jay said.

She said this event will be fun to attend and participate in because of the on-stage opportunity.

“I think people should come because its a night where people can become a different person for the night,” Jay said. “They can come and have fun dancing and shimmying their way around the stage.”

The lip-sync battle will be in the Manwaring Center on the Crossroads stage from 6-8 p.m. and is free for spectators and $2 for participants.

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