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Tamar Braxton "Performs" All The Way Home On Ellen

Grammy nominated Tamar Braxton, youngest sister of Toni Braxton, performed live on Ellen today. She finally made an appearance on reputable daytime television. Kudos! Tamar performed "All The Way Home" and gave us exactly what we have come to love and adore from her live: A TRAVESTY. She SLAYYYED me, literally. Like I'm DEAD. Her performance was filled with spastic dance movements (is ATWH even a dance track?!?!), Tamar-esque crazy facials, and unnecessary ass vocal acrobatics intended to make up for the flaws in her performance. In actuality, it served to make it worse. I expected it, of course, because Tamar prefaced today's performance with what I like to call "warning tweets".

We all know Tamar has been suffering from more than her fair share of "vocal issues". Hell, more than all musicians combined. Was she really sick? I highly doubt it. REGARDLESS, she's been off tour and on "vocal rest" for over a month. At some point Tamar has to face the music. I'd sincerely hoped she'd left her "vocal issues" in 2013.
She needs to play to her audience. Stop scaring those white people with your outlandish gyrating! She was channeling all of Jimmy Early circa Dreamgirls. And her band was far TOO loud. We certainly have to do away with the lip synching accusations. Sorry K Michelle. Your lie holds no merit. She's as LIVE as they come and perhaps Tamar just isn't a very good live singer. Twitter seems to think so:
At any rate, we will be seeing (and hearing) a LOT more of Mrs. Braxton in 2014. Focus on PERFECTING your craft. Perhaps post vocal training, facial training (please sing in the mirror because those faces...LORDT), and dance lessons (Jesus be a Debbie Allen) she'll improve. Otherwise, she needs to just accept her struggles and lip sync for her life! Anywho, check out Tamar's performance on Ellen below:

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Natasha Marie

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