Incredible moment when homeless woman drags her belongings to a subway station in Los Angeles, astonishes the horsemen with her beautiful voice when she effortlessly calls Puccini Aria
- A woman in Los Angeles is praised for her opera singing after a video of the moment went viral
- The video was shared by the Los Angeles police after an officer captured the unknown woman gracefully singing at a subway station
- Social media users shared their encounters with the mysterious woman and were moved by her beautiful voice
- Some users have TV programs & # 39; s such as & # 39; The Ellen Show & # 39; and & # 39; America & # 39; s Got Talent & # 39; tagged in the comments
- The video has more than 154,000 views on Twitter
The moment a mysterious Los Angeles woman with an angelic singing voice was caught serenading metro drivers, it has touched the hearts of thousands.
In a video from the Los Angeles police on Twitter, a woman makes her amazing opera song echo through the station.
The message was: & # 39; 4 million people call LA home. 4 million stories. 4 million voices … sometimes you just have to stop and listen to one, to hear something beautiful. & # 39;
The woman with the tail pulls a large cart and carries three bags while she effortlessly changes octaves while allegedly singing Puccini aria.
An unknown woman (photo) was recorded on video, beautifully singing opera in a subway station in Los Angeles
The video was recorded by an LAPD officer who works at the Purple Line Station of Wilshire and Normandie, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The two had an informal meeting before the woman began to sing sweetly while the officer answered.
Sgt. Hector Guzman told the publication: & # 39; It was powerful the first time we saw it, and every time we see it again, it is still powerful. & # 39;
& # 39; The message for us was simple: remind us to take a moment to look around and listen. & # 39;
The Los Angeles police shared the stunning video on their Twitter account and it quickly became viral (photo)
The officer who made the viral video refused to take interviews, Guzman explains, because the emphasis must be on women.
Metro spokesman Jose Ubaldo revealed that the company has never met the secret singer before.
Ubaldo said: & # 39; That was surprising for us. We do not know who this person is. & # 39;
Although the identity of the woman has yet to be discovered, the people of Los Angeles on Twitter sounded in the comments about their encounters with the singer.
A police officer from the LAPD recorded the video after he and the woman (photo) had a casual meeting during his service
A woman said: & I have seen her on the subway for years. I once heard her & # 39; Ave Maria & # 39; and first thought it was a radio. Everyone has a story … this woman too. & # 39;
Another said: & # 39; I have noticed this lady several times while driving the Los Angeles subway and seeing her feeding birds on the street. & # 39;
& # 39; Never in a million years did I have an image that she has such a beautiful voice … & # 39;
A woman says she has seen the woman for years and remembers a rendition of & # 39; Ave Maria & # 39; who was so good that she assumed it was the radio
This user, who is the woman & # 39; multiple & # 39; had noticed, was shocked at how well the mysterious woman can sing
Many users hope that the viral video will help women attain stardom and achieve a better life
People on social media are starting to gather around her.
Other users hoped that this viral video would help the woman catapult to stardom.
& # 39; Wow, what a voice, & # 39; a user said, & # 39; I hope this goes viral and her ticket becomes for a better life. & # 39;
In the responses to Twitter posts, users have TV shows & # 39; s such as & # 39; The Ellen Show & # 39 ;, & # 39; America & # 39; s Got Talent & # 39; and even A&R executive Simone Cowell.
The original post received more than 154,000 views.
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