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ghost singer is a professional singer who dubs the singing parts officially credited, or billed, to another person, usually the star or co-star of a musical or film, especially those whose specialty is dancing, acting or for non-musical performers such as celebrities cast in musicals.
Known ghost singers include:
India Adams, who dubbed for Cyd Charisse in (1953). The Band Wagon That same year, she also dubbed for  Joan Crawford in . Torch Song 
Bill Shirley, who dubbed for Jeremy Brett in Warner Bros. . My Fair Lady 
Jo Ann Greer, who dubbed for Rita Hayworth, Kim Novak, and Dorothy Malone. 
Marni Nixon, who dubbed for Ingrid Bergman in Joan of Arc, Deborah Kerr in , for The King and I Natalie Wood in , for West Side Story Audrey Hepburn in (1963), and for My Fair Lady Marilyn Monroe in . Gentlemen Prefer Blondes 
Betty Wand, who dubbed for Leslie Caron in . Gigi 
Betty Noyes, who dubbed for Debbie Reynolds in . Singin' in the Rain
Annette Warren, who dubbed for Ava Gardner in . Show Boat  and  Lucille Ball in both and Fancy Pants . Sorrowful Jones 
Darlene Love ghost sang for girl group The Crystals, as acknowledged in the documentary . 20 Feet From Stardom
Bill Lee provided the singing voice for John Kerr as Lieutenant Cable in and for South Pacific Christopher Plummer as Captain von Trapp in the film of . The Sound of Music
Yang Peiyi, who dubbed for Lin Miaoke at the 2008 Olympics opening ceremony in Peking
Drew Seeley, an actor, dancer and singer provided the vocals for Zac Efron in the 2006 Disney musical film . High School Musical Tsin Ting, who is perhaps best known as the Marni Nixon of Hong Kong cinema.