Lip Sync Battle: Student Edition

Lip_Sync_Battle_logoOn Thursday February 18th, Molloy College hosted its first ever Lip Sync Battle in the Hayes Theatre. The Senior and Freshman classes organized the event to give students a chance to bring out their inner rockstar for a night. Students went one on one to compete for a $100 Visa Gift Card.

Either as individuals or a pair, Molloy students gave the audience a performance they will never forget. The battle consisted of three rounds, with eliminations occurring after each one. The judges, faculty of the Student Affairs, Student Solutions and Campus Ministries office, critiqued and commended each student after their performance. Bryan Michaels came out on top after the judges commended him for his enthusiasm and dance moves.

The Freshman and Senior Classes of Molloy College based their night off of the television show, created by Jimmy Fallon, Lip Sync Battle. Lip Sync Battle is where two celebrities face off in full performances to prove who is the better lip singer. Some of the past contestants have included Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Emily Blunt, Justin Bieber and Channing Tatum, just to name a few.

To see clips from the television phenomena, visit the Lip Sync Battle Youtube page to catch all some of the most famous celebrities lip singing some of your favorite songs.

To watch clips of Molloy College events, be sure to check out the MolloyLife YouTube channel to stay update with what is going on and the events coming up on campus.

2 thoughts on “Lip Sync Battle: Student Edition

  1. Online Journalism Post author

    Hate to be a grammar Nazi especially since I’m not the best when it comes to grammar, but you used to wrong ‘its’ in the first sentence. Other than that, great blog, and kudos for also linking the “Lip Sync Battle” Youtube channel for people who may not ave heard of it.

    Lola Agboola

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  2. Online Journalism Post author

    I kind of wish this was made more public at Molloy (or maybe it already was and I just never really noticed?). Honestly, I had no idea this was going on, nor did a good portion of my friends. I think it would have been fun to attend.

    Liz

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