She may soon be singing the blues.
An internationally renowned vocalist from Florida who once crooned at Carnegie Hall was caught on camera screaming swear words at cops as she stormed the US Capitol, according to a report Thursday.
“Tell f–king Pelosi we’re coming for her! F–king traitorous c–ts, we’re coming! We’re coming for all of you!” Audrey Ann Southard raged at police during the riot last week, according to footage reported by the Tampa Bay Times.
Southard, a 52-year-old vocal coach from Spring Hill, won the Ibla Grand Prize Bellini International Vocal Competition in Sicily in 2012, leading to a performance at Carnegie Hall the following year, the paper reported.
But her silky soprano voice sounded shrill as she and a mob of far-right rioters taunted and man-handled police officers, the paper reported.
“We’re pushing through. Boys, ready to go again?” she yells at the crowd in since-deleted Youtube footage.
“Last breath or last bullet, what’s it going to be?” she barked at officers, according to the paper.
She and other rioters then pushed their way past cops before bottlenecking at an entrance of the building — just moments before 35-year-old Air Force vet Ashli Babbitt was shot to death.
Earlier that day, Southard posted a video on her Facebook page saying, “We’re standing in front of the Capitol building, ready to take it. It’s gonna be fun.”
Southard didn’t return the paper’s request for comment Thursday. It’s wasn’t immediately clear Thursday if she was one of the dozens of rioters sought by police.
Singer who once performed at Carnegie Hall caught taunting cops at Capitol riot The British Journal Editors and Wire Services/ New York Post.