Tamar Braxton Impersonates Toni, Sings 'And I Love You' -- Former 'The Real' Co-Host Sparks Debate About Who Is The Better Singer
Ever wondered who can sing like Toni Braxton? The answer is Tamar Braxton -- the former co-host of The Real took to social media where she shared a video where she decided to impersonate Toni.
Tamar, wearing a stunning red lipstick, looked straight into the camera as she belted Toni's classic love song, "And I Love You," which is lifted from her More Than a Woman album that was released in 2002.
Fans and music lovers are begging the talented sisters to release a joint album. Others are debating which of the two divas has the better voice.
One fan reacted to video by saying: "How u sangggingggg and whispering??? U just gon have all the talents??? Humming too 😩This lady's voice is so big for the industry to treat it so small 🤦♀️ real talent. Say what you want about Tamar, but her love for her sister is REAL. Gave me the whole full body chills... You did that!!... As always @tamarbraxton... Hope you enjoyed Our Birthday Yesterday...I tried to live my best life ...
This music lover stated: "I love when you sing like her. That's hard lol. Perfect now she got me putting on Toni at damn near 12 am.😩 Hey, Tay when is your talk show coming? We waitin, sis. If her and Toni made a joint album, I wouldn’t be mad tbh. Babbbbbyyyyyyy, I wish they would just let you sing! She blows back! #sangyoufaceoffboo @nbcthevoice needs Tamar as a coach and judge. It would be a hoot!"
This supporter applauded the singers for being so close: "Double the SLAY!!! 😍😍😍 The Dueces is Toni’s signature pose 😂 getting like that Trina Hand. I love Toni & Tamar. Toni is the spoiled diva big sis and Tamar the ratchet but classy baby sis. I love how close they are.❤️"
A fourth follower said: "You can say anything you want about tay tay, but you can NOT say she ain’t got range for days!🙌Thanks for reminding me how much I loved this song. Do the song over girl I’ll pay the 1.99."
Tamar is a vocal champion and could give Toni a run for his money.