Will a change in Justin Bieber’s voice for the deeper ruin his career? It’s inevitable that Justin Bieber’s voice will change (it’s reportedly already cracking) and get deeper, so will he get to star on ‘Glee’ before it’s too late?
Could a change in Justin Bieber’s voice for the deeper ruin his career? Well, Justin Bieber fans beware; according to Contact Music, Justin Bieber’s voice is starting to change and crack, so you’ll soon only be able to hear him hit those high notes in ‘Baby’ on your iPod (no need killing each other to see him in concert anymore). So can Justin Bieber overcome his big voice change? Have any other artists ever done it? And will we get to see him on ‘Glee’ before it’s too late?
How badly is the change in Justin Bieber’s voice affecting his singing?
Apparently Justin Bieber’s changing voice is affecting his singing in a big way. As Contact Music reports, the teen sensation already can’t sing ‘Baby’ in its original key, and he admits that his voice is, indeed, getting deeper. Of course all teen boys go through that awkward stage where their voice cracks and drops, but few have to fear puberty the way Justin Bieber does, as getting older has a big impact on his career.
Can Justin Bieber’s career survive his voice change?
Well, Justin Bieber says that he’s got the best vocal coach in the world helping him try to cope with his voice change, so perhaps this will help him get used to his new voice quickly. Transitioning from being a young star with a sweet and somewhat girlish voice to a serious older musician with a slightly deeper one isn’t impossible, although I can think of only one superstar that has succeeded in doing so: Michael Jackson. So it’s going to be hard for Justin Bieber to overcome his voice change, but with excited fans causing concerts to be cancelled in their mad rush to see the 16-year-old star, I don’t think his deeper voice will be much of an issue just yet.
Will we see Justin Bieber on ‘Glee’ before it’s too late?
Since the show ‘Glee’ is about a bunch of high school kids that sing, it would only make sense for Justin Bieber to guest star, but so far it doesn’t look like the cast of ‘Glee’ is buying it, perhaps because they fear the “Biebonic plague”, as actor Cory Monteith, who plays Finn on the show, dubbed Bieber fever. Unfortunately for Justin Bieber fans, the rest of the ‘Glee’ cast isn’t too excited about catching the disease. Matthew Morrison, a.k.a. Mr. Schuester, stated that he just doesn’t get the whole Bieber thing, and Jane Lynch, in snarky Sue Sylvester style, said that she follows artists, not pop stars.
It’s too bad that the ‘Glee’ cast doesn’t seem to want to be upstaged by Justin Bieber, because it would be great to see him address his voice change issues on the show as a singer coping with his voice cracking and getting deeper, and I don’t think the cast of ‘Glee’ realize just how many new fans his appearance would draw to the show.
But even if we never get to see Justin Bieber on ‘Glee’ and his voice starts sounding completely different, there’s always Auto-Tune (right, ‘Glee’ cast?), and he’s still got that awesome helmet hair. He could try out a career in comedy, as evidenced by his appearance on SNL and his hijacking of the Funny or Die website. And, if all else fails and he fades into obscurity, perhaps some young teen star will discover him far into the future and help turn him into a legend by promoting an internet meme glorifying him through Justin Bieber facts.
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