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During the Oscars governor’s award in 2014 Liam gave a speech honoring Maureen O’hara and from the moment he started his speech he gave a short story describing how he first laid his eyes on the beautiful actress when he was just twelve years he goes on with the candid description and he gets everyone’s attention and when he poses pretending.. or acting like he was carried away by the moment or maybe he was everyone in the crowd laughs at his witty comment.. He continues with the praises focusing his speech on the description of the actress giving clear examples of the scenarios and the preceding events from when she started acting in black and white films till she became the queen of the film industry. His vivid orderly description and his way of engaging the audience in his speech when he pauses and lets the message sink makes him stand out sending the message home leaving a picture that one cannot forget.
A good speech is determined by how audible a speaker is. For a Liam he has a way playing with his voice, the intonation, the way he delivers the punch line, the pace always brings and sets the mood. Example during one of his TV interviews a fan named Mathew requested him to threaten him on tv, looking closely at him the facial expressions coordinated with his tone, the words and pitch went hand in handy and he made it seem and sound so real and the fan got really scared.
Let’s see, if one was to make a speech where his voice was just flat and his facial expressions and the body language never coordinated. No one would ever think that you are serious. But the way you carry yourself , being audible (I don’t mean you go shouting so that people listen) but taking charge of the microphone the stage marking your stage presence always makes you seem like a very confident person even if you are not and people pay attention.
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