How to get to Carnegie Hall Obviously singing in the subway.
A homeless Russian singer, viral for her incredible performance, just scored an important record deal.
Emily Zamourka, who conquered the hearts of subway drivers and Internet fans in Los Angeles, was offered TMZ reports a record deal.
SELENA GOMEZ LOOKS THIS CHRISTIAN ARTIST FOR HER "BLESSINGS" Diamond says the first record will be called "Paradise" and released on Silver Blue Records, the record label he founded in 1973.
The Producer The first time the now infamous Los Angeles Police Department singer learned when she was tweeting a video about her singing opera in a subway station.
JUSTIN BIEBER TEASES NEW & # 39; WEDDING MUSIC & # 39; 19659003] The int ernet instantly fell in love with the 52-year-old, who became homeless after a losing streak. Zamourka moved to the United States more than two decades ago, teaching violin and piano, but became ill and homeless when she could not afford medical care.
"I have people who feel sorry for me, but I do not want to be a burden to anyone," she said to ABC 7.
CLICK TO VISIT THE NEW FOXBUSINESS.COM  In addition to the record deal, two GoFundMe campaigns were launched, raising thousands of dollars for Zamourka, one for over $ 52,000 and the other over $ 32,000.
TMZ reports that it sang a performance on Saturday at an Italian heritage event in Los Angeles.
This article originally appeared in the New York Post