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People can’t get enough of Divina De Campo’s whistle notes

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Mariah wants her notes back

Drag Race UK star Divina De Campo is showing off her incredible vocal range and people are loving it.

In a candid video clip shared on Twitter Divina sang a snippet from the song released from last week’s episode of Drag Race, “Break Up Bye Bye” which raced up the iTunes’ chart last week.

Fans first came to hear Divina’s unique tones during the recording of her group’s version of the song, which left songwriter and producer Mnek speechless.


Four and a half octave vocal range

Later in the programme, Divina told her fellow contestants that she had a 4 and a half octave vocal range. Mariah Carey has just half an octave more of range – at 5 octaves.


In the most recent reveal of her range, Divina wowed her fans on Twitter with a quick Rucap of her part in the song.

Fans were quick praise the singer with many wanting her whistle tones to be their new morning alarm!

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