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Wednesday, 11 August 2010

image for Jackie Evancho: My fears of becoming like Amerca's Gut Talent sensation Susan Boyle!
Some singers like Boyle pile on the lard upfront causing havoc with their precious vocal chords

Pennsylvania, USA - (YouBoob! News): "Please don't say I'm another Susan Boyle in the making," was the ten year-old Pittsburg soprano's plea today.

"I really don't deserve it!"

Miss Evanch was speaking to reporters outside her home this morning as rave reviews flooded in for her online audition performance of Puccini's 'O Mio Babbino Caro'.

The aria from the opera Gianni Schicchi saw little Jackie Evancho wow last night's judges and earned her a highly deserved standing ovation.

Critics acclaimed the performance as stunning and even more powerful than an earlier rendition of it on her November 2009 debut album Prelude to a Dream.

Apparently Jackie chose the song after watching Oregon's Katie Harman perform it in 2001 as part of her winning Miss America repetoire.

"Actually, I first heard bits of it while watching reruns of my Mom's Seinfeld vids," the starlet explained today.

"It's in the very last scene of Episode 3, Season 7, called 'The Maestro'.

"I just chose it for my YouBoob! song because it's such as sweet classic!"

Other divas who have made a name for themselves with the Puccini aria include sopranos Lesley Garrett, Hayley Westenra, Dame Kiri Te-Kanawa, Sarah Brightman, Charlotte Church ansd Sissel Kyrkjebø.

Megastar Maria Callas once performed the aria - as a bet - in the nude on board Aristotle Onassis's fabled ocean going yacht Christina.

Legend has it Ms Callas then caught a chill and had to spend at least a week recuperating in bed with a hot water bottle.

Susan Boyle has yet to record her own rendition of the Puccini classic which is ideally suited to those carrying a lot less blubber so close to their vocal chords.

Jackie's next album is scheduled for release later in the year to coincide with her December 2 debut at the Carnegie Hall in New York City.

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