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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

ASL Interpretation on "The Voice"

My friend Laura posted this on her page and tagged me to take a look at the interpreter in this video from "The Voice".  Sadly, we only see bits and pieces of her interpretation.  I wish the camera men would feature interpreters while filming as well for the deaf and hard of hearing viewers.  We also see the choir signing at the end of the song. The embed to share feature is turned off, so you'll have to go to the YouTube site to watch. I didn't see any captions, yet. Just click the highlight to see the clip:  The Voice: Watch for the interpreter


  1. That is not an interpreter. She is a Deaf performer. You can see her in the movie, 'See What I'm Sayin'?' She is a Deaf singer and really talented actually.

  2. Thank you for telling us about her! I didn't recognize her! There was nothing mentioned on the page about who she was, I had assumed she was an interpreter. I have the music video, "See What I'm Saying" posted on my blog previously.

    I wish the media and camera people would stop excluding such talent, and instead start including them when they perform with others.