Adam Lambert Version Of “Believe” Bought The Whole Crowd To Raptures
Even though Adam is a runnerup for the first place, he proved himself worthy of more than that. His music has not only evolved but it has also made the most amazing hits and has become more famous than ever. In the 41st Kennedy Centre Honors, he gave the most awesome emotional melody.
His song, 'Believe' is more than a song, it is an emotional anthem that moved the crowd emotionally. The whole crowd at Washington, D.C., were in tears.
"Goddess of Pop"
41st Annual Kennedy Center Honors was held in the early December and as it escalated through, even the "Goddess of Pop" was in tears.
Believe was first recorded in 1998, while Cher was into grunge and alternative rock. The Actress and singer have a long history in the industry and she has dominated the music industry for a long time. The "Goddess Of Pop" was never so emotional, until Adam sang the song as a tribute to her.
Hearing this awesome tribute, bought back the 80's made everyone nostalgic. The soulful music took everyone down the memory lane.
The video will surely take you to the mainstream '80s and might take a toll on your mental space. The lilting melody lingers on our mind even when the song gets over.
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