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Teenage Armenian Girl Performs The Fifth Element’s “Diva Dance” on The Voice

Multipass.

Victoria Hovhannisyan is a famous soprano in Armenia. While Albanian soprano Inva Mula originally sang the Diva Plavalaguna’s famous song for Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element, Hovhannisyan, with her five-octave range, has also been known to favorite the “Diva Dance” tune (the first part of the song comes from the opera Lucia di Lammermoor). The clip above comes from when she performed on Russia’s version of The Voice. The best is when you notice the judges know the movie by heart.

Here’s the completed film performance.

And here’s the original, full performance, as it was filmed.

And another extra from the DVD featuring the actress who played her, Maïwenn:

(via Nerd Approved)

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