'Beyonce needs to auto-tune', says TV host Wendy Williams; Twitterati roast her for remark
'Jennifer Lopez needs auto-tune. Janet Jackson needs auto-tune. Beyonce needs auto-tune,' Wendy Williams said on her show.
Los Angeles: American TV host Wendy Williams has faced backlash from fans for criticising singer-actress Beyonce Knowles and saying she needs auto-tune.
Williams criticised the singer on her show on Tuesday, where she said, "There are only a few people who can sing raw dog and Fergie is not one, she needs autotune. Jennifer Lopez needs autotune. Janet Jackson needs autotune. Beyonce needs auto-tune."
Her remarks sparked rage on social media. While one user tweeted, "Wendy Williams, Beyonce has autotune where?"; another posted along with a clip of Beyonce flawlessly hitting high notes during a live performance.
Another shared a clip of the singer at a cappella performance of 'Halo' and wrote, "Wendy Williams: 'Beyonce needs auto-tune to sing."
Wendy Williams: " Beyonce needs autotune when she sings live
— Esteban Julio Ricardo Montoya dela Rosa Ramirez 17 (@iidavidharrison) February 20, 2018
Beyoncé the ONLY!! And I repeat ONLY bitch we got that sounds better than her studio recordings live. And NO I DONT want to hear about your out of breath ass, throat surgery needing, can’t hold a note for dear life faves!!!! I SAID WHAT I FUCKING SAID!!!! pic.twitter.com/Dlw9VlKfRm
— 💎 (@KnowlesCarta) February 21, 2018
With inputs from IANS.
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