A music video got embraced on Youtube over the last week amassing over 7 million views. In it singer Rob Cantor performs a song with 29 celebrity voices. Well, turns out he cannot do a single celebrity impersonation. He had a bunch of others do it for him.
29 Celebrity Impressions, 1 Original Song Viral Video Debunked
The 29 Celebrity Impressions, 1 Original Song went viral over the last week. It is a very entertaining and well done music video. Rob Cantor sings his title "Perfect" with 29 different celebrity voices.
The video got embraced on Youtube over the last week amassing over 7 million views. Now it turns out that Rob Cantor cannot do a single celebrity impersonation. He had a bunch of others do it for him. The reveal comes from Cantor himself. He published a making off video a couple hours ago revealing how he pulled it off.
In an interview with Jezebel, Rob Cantor explains why he fooled the web with this hoax. He did not have any foul intentions. He thought it would be a fun thing to watch a guy singing a song with 29 perfect impressions. And he is right. The video is amazing. The internet loves hoaxes anyway.
Let's see if Rob Cantor can leverage the sudden fame for his career. Watch the The 29 Celebrity Impressions, 1 Original Song video below and the making off. The voice talents are really amazing.
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