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Adorable Stuttering Contestant Wows 'American Idol' Judges: VIDEO

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Lazaro Arbos's story is the kind these shows were made for. A speech impediment that for years caused him to hardly be able to speak and made him an outcast at school is overcome when it's time to sing.

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  1. There is a device that plays something, not sure what, that you wear, I'm not of that either, maybe like ear phones or hearing aid. Anyway it distracts you from consentrating on how you sound and you speak 95% normally. Stuttering is lack of confidence, you can tell when you are going to stutter, so, try to speak only at those times, if cought in the middle of a sentance substitue another word, or spell it and go on with you were going to say. Stop using the word stutter, use, I have a problem with words sometimes, a block. emai;: lynn.williams.psls@att.nttt or 703-941-0587. Annandale, Va 22003 The device is called A true fluency dvise, speach easy,
    I know you'll do great.

    Posted by: nancy | Mar 7, 2013 8:05:49 PM


  2. I'm glad Alex Parrish said something...I admire Lazaro, but right now he's coasting on public sympathy. His vocals are kind of week. And this is coming from someone who overcame a speech impediment as a child.

    Posted by: Say WHAT? | Mar 17, 2013 3:34:43 PM


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