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Beauty Singing Los Angeles homeless woman stuns social media

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionEmily Zamourka singing Puccini’s O Mio Babbino Caro. Credit: @LAPDHQWhen a Los Angeles police officer stopped to film a homeless woman singing operatically in a subway, little did they know that the video would go viral.Emily Zamourka is seen in the video singing Puccini’s O Mio Babbino…

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Media caption Emily Zamourka singing Puccini’s O Mio Babbino Caro. Credit: @LAPDHQ

When a Los Angeles cops officer stopped to movie a homeless lady singing operatically in a subway, little did they know that the video would go viral.

Emily Zamourka is seen in the video singing Puccini’s O Mio Babbino Caro.

The Los Angeles Police Department posted the video on its Twitter account where it has actually been seen a million times.

The dulcet tones of the 52- year-old have likewise caught the hearts of numerous.

One user tweeted: “Her voice is fantastic! I wish for her an excellent life. Thank you to the great law enforcement officer who acknowledged the beauty in her voice and shared it on social media. This story simply made my day!”

Another user tweeted she had seen her on the streets before: “I had notice[d] this lady numerous times while riding Los Angeles City train and seeing her feeding birds on the streets. Never ever in a million years I would [have imagined] she has such beautiful voice.”

But some people on social networks had actually questioned whether Ms Zamourka was homeless due to the fact that of her cool look. One person tweeted: “Her bags and clothes are clean and her hair is clean. It appears like she went shopping and is lugging it back house in a cart.”

However, a representative for Los Angeles City Board Branimir Kvartuc stated that she had been homeless for 3 years.

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Ms Zamourka informed the Los Angeles Times that she moved to the United States when she was 24, from Russia, where she learned to play the violin and piano, in addition to sing by mimicking opera performers on tv.

The US celeb site TMZ has reported that she has been used a recording contract by a Grammy-nominated music producer.

However the transition to possible over night fame might not be an easy one.

A variety of crowdfunding pages have actually emerged to assist Ms Zamourka discover housing, and to change a violin she used to play on the streets to make cash that was taken and damaged.

One page was begun by a viewer who had actually seen her story on local news and “felt inspired to assist”.

Another charity event stated he wanted “to assist Emily because unlike many individuals out there she does not require a give out, she requires a hand up.”

The GoFundMe pages have raised thousands of dollars and have been backed by Los Angeles City Council.

City councillor Joe Buscaino has provided to pay Ms Zamourka to perform this weekend at the opening of Little Italy in San Pedro to commemorate Italian heritage.

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Council’s spokesperson, Branimir Kvartuc, stated: “We saw the video and as she was singing in Italian we thought it would be proper for her to sing for us and so we believed, let’s offer her a job.

” By Monday morning I discovered her and spoke with her and offered her the gig and she excitedly accepted.”

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But Mr Kvartuc is stressed that she may not use up the offers of aid.

” We have actually provided her a number of nights in a hotel and an Airbnb but we discovered that she cares for birds and so she may desire a place where she can keep them,” he stated.

” She has been on the streets for a couple of years so it might take a while for her to change.

He said there was a “homelessness crisis” in LA at the moment. “We are attempting to house individuals, but there is a gross shortage of real estate offered,” he included.

” Some people believe that the homeless are simply drug-takers or a bunch of losers, however we wish to alter the narrative of what a homeless individual is.”

They might have hidden talents much like Emily Zamourka.

As one Twitter user put it: “Everyone has a story … this woman does too. I do not know why she’s been homeless all these years, however she’s a human being … that’s all that matters.”

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