Kenya Foy
Updated Apr 04, 2017 @ 5:55 pm

Hit pause on your favorite pop star’s tunes for a moment and get into the angelic vocals from this 17-year-old girl who sang into a well in Italy and subsequently wowed the internet with her skills.

According to Bored Panda, Kansas student and singer Tiffany Ruan visited the country during a spring break trip with her choir, which had already performed in a few of the local cathedrals. During some downtime in Venice, the teen casually belted out the lyrics to “Hallelujah” while leaning over a wishing well, instantly putting the shower pop star in all of us to shame.

After returning home from her trip, Ruan — who apparently goes by the stage name Tiffany Day — shared a clip of the impromptu performance on Twitter, which has since garnered over 127,ooo retweets and more than 300,000 likes.

So, will well singing become the new wave for celebs? A concert setup seems like an awful lot of trouble to go to when they can just invite a crowd of fans to attend their well-side concert. C’mon, we know we’re not the only ones who would pay good money to see our faves sing into a well.

Anyway, since the internet has gone absolutely bonkers over this gorgeous performance, Ruan fulfilled fans’ request by posting a full-length cover of the beautiful Leonard Cohen song on her YouTube channel.

Since her performance reached viral status, Ruan is obviously excited about the praise she’s receiving and has vowed to share more of her singing with the world.

Love it. We’re wishing Ruan all the success in her singing career!