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Viral video of homeless woman's soulful song at LA subway makes her the new internet sensation news

Viral video of homeless woman's soulful song at LA subway makes her the new internet sensation new

  A video of a woman singing opera in her heartfelt voice at a metro station in Los Angeles has gone viral on social media. The one-minute video has been shared on Twitter by the official account of Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters.

She sings a beautiful rendition of Italian opera composer Giacomo Puccini's composition as she stands on the platform, carrying several bags, and with a shopping cart. "4 million people call LA home. 4 million stories. 4 million voices...sometimes you just have to stop and listen to one, to hear something beautiful," LAPD wrote in their post that accompanied the video.
Soulful:
The video has been viewed over nine lakh times and garnered over 15,000 likes so far. It has been retweeted around 5,000 times and the internet is quite emotional after watching the video. Several others also said in the comments section that they have noticed her quite often while travelling in the metro.

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The woman, meanwhile, has been identified as Emily Zamourka by NBC Los Angeles. She grew up in Russia and aspired to be a singer. Emily has been singing in the LA subway after she was rendered homeless, NBC Los Angeles reports.

Emily also played a violin but it was stolen. "It was my income. It was everything to me," Emily told NBC Los Angeles. "I'm sleeping where I can sleep," she added.

Emily Zamourka was overjoyed after she was told that her opera has gone viral on social media and said that she was "praying really hard" for it.

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