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Elizabeth Potthast song cover is receiving bad reviews

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Elizabeth Potthast’s cover song has gotten negative attention. Pic credit: TLC

90 Day Fiance alum Elizabeth (Libby) Potthast announced on Happily Ever After? this season that she wants to pursue singing as a career.

Since then, videos of Libby singing have been circulating the internet, and she recently dropped a cover of a song she loves.

In the video, Libby appeared to be lip-syncing over audio she recorded previously as she was walking and mouthing the words to the song Blue by LeAnn Rimes.

While some listeners have compared her voice to LeAnn Rimes herself, it has been confirmed by LeAnn Rimes that it is not her singing. Furthermore, Libby said she was flattered to be compared to the star.

In any case, while Libby does have some supporters who appreciate her voice, there is a vast pool of listeners who are not fans.

These Libby critics have dropped their opinions on Libby’s cover video.

90 Day Fiance critics take aim at Elizabeth Potthast’s singing

In the comments of Libby’s cover song and video post, she has received praise but also gotten a lot of negative opinions.

One top comment read, “Gurl stop! Don’t ever again!!! Nooo.”

Another popular notion read, “No way this is your voice!”

Instagram comments on Elizabeth Potthast's post
Pic credit: @elizabethpotthast/Instagram

Someone else jabbed, “Don’t quit ya day job.”

Instagram comments on Elizabeth Potthast's post
Pic credit: @elizabethpotthast/Instagram

Yet another critic questioned,”Is this a joke 😂😂😂.”

Instagram comments on Elizabeth Potthast's post
Pic credit: @elizabethpotthast/Instagram

Elizabeth Potthast works in her family’s business

Libby’s dad and Potthast patriarch Chuck Potthast owns and operates a family house flipping business and employs several of his children, including Libby.

When Chuck was taking a tour of Libby and her 90 Day Fiance husband Andrei Castravet’s new house, Andrei told him one room was designated to be Libby’s studio.

Chuck was surprised to further hear that Libby wanted to pursue a career in music and asked her how that would affect her work in the family business.

While the topic was grazed over at that point, Libby doubled down with her sisters and mom about giving a singing career a shot.

However, Libby was criticized during her housewarming party when she refused to sing after being prompted by a guest who was a professional singer.

At that party, Libby announced that she wanted to sing nursery rhymes, making her sister Jenn cringe.

90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? premieres on Sunday, August 28 at 8/7c on TLC and Discovery+.

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Trish
Trish
1 month ago

What a joke!

Deb
Deb
1 month ago

She has a great voice! Trying to lip sync is not easy, but you can tell she has some pipes! Keep going Elizabeth! Follow your dreams while you are still young! 👍😃

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 month ago

If that’s really her singing, she’s great.

Deb
Deb
29 days ago

I think it’s her. She is lip syncing her own voice to make the video, but like I said before, it’s hard to look good lip syncing. Even Leeann Rimes said it wasn’t her voice, so I believe it is Elizabeth. I would like to hear more so I hope this doesn’t discourage her.

Wowza
Wowza
29 days ago

The voice is fine, it’s her pained expression in the video that’s awful. Is she in labor?

Anonymous
Anonymous
29 days ago

Please make her STOP!!! That was horrible!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous
29 days ago

Just keep mooching off of chuck!!

Marie anderson
Marie anderson
29 days ago

You sound awesome girl! Let the haters hate…..they matter not.

Anonymous
Anonymous
29 days ago

I think she has a beautiful voice. You go girl and fulfill your dreams.

Leann
Leann
14 days ago

Those of you who are complaining about Elizabeth”s voice are jealous that y’all can’t sing. I hope she will continue her singing since it’s something she enjoys I just hope that she doesn’t just stick to nursery rhymes.