Clip from Lifetimes film, Aaliyah Princess of R&B. Scene where Aaliyah (played by Alexandra Shipp) covers Save The Best For Last by Vanessa Williams. I'll be honest as a die hard Aaliyah fan, I kind of liked Shipp's performance as Aaliyah. Was it the best performance in the world that gave Aaliyah justice, no. But was it boring, no. I defiantly felt the film was lacking in a lot of areas (over dramatized and lacked a lot of truth), but I think Shipp did the best she could with what she was given. The film could've been better but I don't blame Alexandra Shipp, its Lifetime and Wendy Williams I blame. I do however like Shipps cover of Vanessa Williams song here. There where many aspects of the movie that disappointed me, but Alexandra Shipp herself was not one of them.
val moore: can't sing worth shit
Tamiya Green: FUCK WENDY WILLIAMS FOR THIS BULLSHIT MOVIE
Stephen Penney: is she really singing this? the actor I mean
kimberly rice: she is good
May Cruz: My God, I love her. 💓
Jimir Davis: TRASH.
gen20: I wish she did the whole entire song
Elizabeth Morton: Rip Aaliyah
(smh) they would have done better off letting me play the role #ijs
Brion Charlton: Any link to the full cover?
Ceyda Nur Metin: Muzik yazmışsın Türkmüsün
Allandra Adams: This movie is such a disgrace. I can't believe they actually disrespected her families wishes and went along with production anyway and the fact that they didn't have the rights to Aaliyah's music made it even worse... I didn't feel her spirit at all in this movie it wasn't even about her and the incredibly beautiful person she was, the entire movie was based off of medias perception of her about her personal relationships and things they didn't know about. I guarantee you if her family did allow a movie to be made about her they would've never wanted the marriage to r-kelly to have any part in it this is just so sad and I wish it never happened. RIP Baby Girl ♡
José Lee Muñoz 2 Army Once Buddy T-ARA Fan: ME EN-CAN-TAA!!!
SmokingTillDeath: what is the name of this song?
Etoya Baldwin: love it
Imani Broxton: I hated the ending of this movie
Gigi Haile: sis has a beautiful voice and bless her soul for trying her best in this movie but she gives me no aaliyah vibes. the movie was so choppy it jumped from 10 year old aaliyah which shouldn't even started from there to 14 year old aaliyah then went straight to her working with missy & timb then how she met dame then it didn't even show the plane crash. this movie was trash.
Abdoulaye Kebe: je t'aime trop je tes jamais connu mais tu me manque je reve de toi tu est magnifique tu a une incroyable voie
Heaven Rodgers: Guys, nobody was trying to replace Aaliyah. She was only trying to portray Aaliyah's life the best way she could. She's a sweet girl like Aaliyah was and that was what she portrayed in the movie. Now everything else about the movie is the Director's fault and not her's and if anyone think that they could've done better then you need to become a director a remake the Aaliyah movie. Otherwise complaining will not change a thing and neither will downplaying this lady's talent.
Aly Johnson: beautiful
n Quinn: im pissed off
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