For the same reason most people don't sing with an accent ... they're matching the syllables to the music and that negates most accents.
It's not just British, most people seem to lose accent when they sing.
Most singers at least partially "lose" their accents when they sing, especially classically trained singers. This is mainly because most singers are taught to use "pure vowels" when singing and to more precisely enunciate consonants, which makes their diction when singing clearer and easier to understand while reducing their dialect or accent.
because he does not sing
Haha nice question. It sounds weird, but actually all singers with good teachers are *taught* to sing that way. That way, you don't sing with an obnoxious childish or country accent, because accents are always exaggerated when singing. Even if you don't think you sing that way, unless you sing with a bit of a British accent, your vowels tend to sound bad and/or cause you to go sharp or flat, ruining the piece. When I was in choir, the teachers called it "tall vowels," but they said it like: Towl vahwels. Make your mouth tall and in an O shape: that's what they had us do. :) No lie.
they sing carols and eat a Christmas meal
all british peole sing like their not british
music is a people hbby that they can sing and "please dont stop the music"
well he really doesnt sing, its Tom Kenny or other people sings as Spongebob's voice because there are special guests that some people dont know about cause they dont say in the begining
They dont sing its there way of Communicating.
you buy sing it super star you dont unlock it.
Well, the best position to sing in is when you are 100% confident and sure that you can do it. Then, before you have second thoughts, get up there on the stage and sing your heart out! If you dont have a stage, then sing where you can get noticed by a few people - you may have a talent!
yes it is afensive to black and brown people this is why people dont sing the song anymore