[Is the difference really that big?
Marié Digby is pretending to be 'herself', singing other peoples songs.
Milli Vanilli was someone else, pretending to sing their own songs.
It's called deception, every which way you look at it.]
Well I think it is...
One is deception about status (signed/unsigned amateur/professional) which is bad, but exposing how the same person doing the same thing is viewed completely differently if they are "amateur" than if they were "professional"
The other deception is bigger - not just lying about the status of the actual artists, but also lying about who the artists are.
Both are annoying - people don't mind being lied to, as long as they don't feel they have been made to look stupid in believing the lie..
Either way, waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahmbulance still applies here..