A lady ignites the metro with what she did!
A video of a metro passenger in Los Angeles, USA, sings one of the Italian composer Giacomo Puccini’s most famous “Arias.”
After the video was widely posted on social media, the lady was offered a chance to “deal a lifetime,” according to new reports.
Emily Zamorka, a homeless woman who moved from Russia to the United States nearly 30 years ago, appeared in the video, which has been widespread over the past week, singing “Oh My Dear Father”, from Gianni Schicchi’s opera “Gianni Schicchi” by Giacomo. Puccini on giovachino Fuzano’s 1918 text.
The clip, which was posted on Twitter by the Los Angeles Police Department, has since reached more than a million views, leading to calls for anyone to help her become a professional “opera” singer.
Zamorka, 52, drew the attention of music producer Joel Diamond, who was nominated for a Grammy Award, and is reportedly offering her a contract to record a series of songs.
According to the popular website “TMZ”, the deal involves recording the first album produced by “Silver Blue Records”, while zamorca’s acceptance of the offer has not yet been confirmed.
A GoFundMe campaign raised more than $59,000 for the Downtown Women’s Center in Los Angeles to help Zamarka get shelter, provided she “wants to help her.”