Hee hee, hilarious. Not so scandalous, like it was Luciano Pavarotti that was exposed as lip synching or something, but still funny.
On the other hand, it reminds me how upsetting the way the music business is run now. It used to be that people actually played instruments/wrote music/could sing very well, they performed around, and hopefully got discovered and made records and became famous.
Now it's: find a cute girl we can make over, teach her to sing a few notes, record her voice over a premade track of a song that's written by the same guy who writes every song on the radio, then go on tour in which she sings (or lip synchs) along to a recording and dances around in a little outfit. It makes me upset for all those genuine musicians who can't get a break.