On the Armenian version of "The Voice," (which is my second favorite "The Voice" after the Kazakhstan version) we get treated to a truly awesome performance of a song that, in its most popular contemporary incarnation, shouldn't be possible to perform through the vocal cords of a single human. The "Plavalaguna" song in The Fifth Element is actually a real song written by Gaetano Donizetti (who rocked one serious neckbeard) in 1835 for the Italian opera "Lucia di Lammermoor," but of course no one gave a shit until a giant Fruit Gusher sang it for Bruce Willis in 1997.

Compare the Armenian rendition with the original, which was made possible by some pretty heavy digital alterations.