Photographer gets extra creative using the Snapchat gender swap filter

Mail Online | 5/18/2019 | Chantalle Edmunds For Dailymail.com
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A photographer has taken Snapchat's gender swap filter to new heights performing both the male and female parts in Evanescence's hit 'Bring Me to Life.'

Scott Hubbard, from Tucson, Arizona, first appears in the video in female form, with black eyeliner, sporting shoulder length brown hair and sparkling white teeth.

Metal - Classic - Part - Amy - Lee

He launches into the nu metal classic released in 2003 taking on the singing part made famous by Amy Lee, miming, with lots of feeling and bags of expression.

Hubbard as female finishes the word 'home' looking demurely into the camera before turning his head to the side and morphing unexpectedly into his true male form.

Syncs

He then lip syncs 'Wake me Up!'...
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