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If you truly love to sing in public, then you can get over this fear. Practice in front of family members and close friends ;)
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by basketballcutie11 on 12/23/2011 5:40:56 PM
Hey! The best thing to do in order to break through is to believe in yourself, as Carol said take it slowly but for you to progress try singing to yourself, getting louder around the house, hold mini performance for a friend or relative and sure enough you'll conquer your fear! If that doesn't work try some tips whilst singing on stage:
- Imagine everyone is naked
- Like your mum says; take a deep breath, close your eyes
imagine that nobody is listening
- Be confident and let any feedback help you progress, not
not only this but talk to others about it and don't be
Hope this helps and remember - if you have a talent, let it shine!! Good luck!
by broadwaystar28 on 10/25/2011 4:21:46 PM
Haha I had the same type of problem...Well I guess I still do sorta but what helped me was I have to sing kinda stupid with a weird voice in front of my family just as like I'm walking by or something....Then Ill just start singing my real voice then I'm not that shy. But I'm still working on it.
by Chocolate Moonlight on 7/15/2011 5:16:40 AM
by JBfan97 on 7/2/2011 11:56:19 PM
this post kinda made me sad..because i use to cud be able to sing when i was 8(im 12 nw)i sung in alot of songs that my teacher asked me to do and i was happy to i waNT TO GO TO SINGING CAMP but i dont know how to approtch my mom to let me go and im scared any ideas if you can could you post it on my blog??? but any ways over the years i noticed i lost it and i could have went far since i kinda write songs. id really appreciate if any of you singers would join my group sing-2-the-finish. and share some of your singing tips.id really appreciate it please
by PurpleGlitter220 on 6/30/2011 2:08:15 PM
by Dansu on 6/7/2011 5:50:11 PM
by smileysevvie on 6/3/2011 4:48:50 PM
hey! i used to be that way but ive had so many solos that now i get up in front of the croud and get that hollier than thou feeling im so used to it, but i dont ever brag or get attitude i make sure that i complement others.
by cammybellpoptart on 5/31/2011 6:41:13 PM
I feel the exact same way! I cant sing in front of alot of people. i mean maybe some friends and family but not a whole bunch of people. Also, i cant sing alone! Most of the time. I really need to be more open though because i am going into the high school choir next year and i might be asked to sing a solo so yeah. I am told i have an AMAZING voice though!
by purringkitty225 on 5/30/2011 9:26:07 AM
I'm not that great of a singer, haha. But if I was, I would definitely be too shy to perform! D:
by Alle93 on 5/29/2011 8:38:00 PM
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