Anne Hathaway and Jimmy Fallon’s Google translated songs are catchier than the originals

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Karaoke nights will never be the same as Anne Hathaway and Jimmy Fallon performed popular songs with a fun twist: the lyrics have been translated from different languages using Google Translator.

The songs prove just how inaccurate Google Translator can be as the chorus from The Weeknd‘s song “Can’t Feel My Face” is translated to “In your presence my front is not felt.” However, as Hathaway and Fallon rock out to these hits, you can’t help but find the translated versions are quite catchy. Read more…

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