"Wrecking Ball" Singer Miley Cyrus never imagined another version like this of her song will become viral. A video of Joyce Jimenez, a blind Filipino girl, singing Cyrus' song has surfaced on Internet.
This video became popular when it was first uploaded. The rendition got more than 72,000 shares and still counting. Today, it has received 215,485 likes and 93,982 shares. It was shared by a Facebook account, Master Wendell, Oct. 23.
The viral video has been lauded by the viewers and reported that this little girl's version was better than the original.
Jimenez is a fifth grade student from Governor Generoso town in Davao Oriental. She is gradually becoming popular because of her emotional version of the song "Wrecking Ball."
Apparently she recorded the song in school as she appeared dressed in her school uniform. She is holding a microphone in one hand and reading the lyrics with Braille in the other hand as she sings.
A Facebook user named Sam Navarro commented, "BETTER THAN MILEY, just sayin."
A lot of people on Facebook have recommended her for the "Ellen DeGeneres Show," a famous American talk show featuring some of the other viral videos' artists.
Watch the viral video of an immensely talented blind Filipino girl Joyce Jimenez singing Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" in a video gone rapidly viral below.
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