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What Ashlee Simpson Learned From Her Infamous SNL Lip Sync Mistake – Perez Hilton – Monomaxos

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What Ashlee Simpson Learned From Her Infamous SNL Lip Sync Mistake – Perez Hilton

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Two decades after this infamous story Saturday Night Live lip sync incident, Ashlee Simpson reveals what she learned from the whole ordeal.

Take a nostalgic trip with us, won't you?

In 2004, the singer faced some vocal problems during her appearance on the US television series Hit SNL — so bad that she originally said she wouldn't go out and perform. The way she tells it, the crew convinced her that the show had to go on — and told her to go out and lip sync. She danced confidently on stage and survived her first performance Parts of me with ease. But when the beat for the second song came on – inadvertently a repeat of the first – it quickly became apparent that her vocals had been pre-recorded. This led to her doing an awkward dance while the band continued playing and she ended up standing there not knowing what to do.

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Ch-ch-look at the moment (below):

Needless to say, it was a Saturday night that lives on in infamy.

But the humiliation was a long time ago, now it's been 20 years!!! And Ashlee looks back on the latest episode of this week Broad ideas Podcast revealing what she took away from that embarrassing moment. Most importantly? She told the hosts Rachel Bilson And Olivia Allen That evening she learned how important the word “no” is:

“I never talked about it or said anything, but it's like, as a woman I was learning when you say no, or as an artist, or as a human being, or whatever, that day I said, 'I'm not going to continue 'I'm not doing that.'” I don't care. I can not speak.' … [I remember thinking] “My band has never practiced this before, it won't go well. 'I can't do that.'”

In the end, the 39-year-old summed it up so simply:

“[It taught me] the power of my no [and] the power that I absolutely cannot say.”

Watch the full podcast and learn more about her memories of the early 2000s (below):

After this total failure, we're glad to hear that she at least got something positive out of it! Reactions, Perezcious readers?

[Image via SNL Studios/NBC/YouTube/MEGA/WENN]



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