Some of this may be the most pretentious things you have ever heard, but it's my honest opinion.
1. Who is your favorite Singer - This is hard, I like a ton and never really committed to a favorite, and although I am tempted to list a name of a Beatles singer, or from another classic rock band, I won't. I am going to go out on a limb here and say a classicist Broadway singer that hasn't died yet, Lea Salonga. Every time I have ever heard her sing (Even if it was the 50th time I heard her sing I dreamed a dream) I always get extreme chills and she has my full attention. It's something really special.
2. What is your favorite genre of music - I love many genres of music, but the top has to be Alternative Rock or Classical.
3. Why do you like him/her - Already said so, the main reason is her performance I Dreamed a Dream is one of the best things I have heard.
4. Mention your top 10 songs of your favorite singer - Since she is a broadway performer she doesn't have original songs so I will list my top 10 favorite songs period (these aren't definite, I LOVE many more than these ten, and anything on this list could really be my favorite)
1.Somewhere Over a Rainbow - I adore this song, and it's versatility in the way it can be performed is one of the reasons I love it.
2.Stairway To Heaven - This is the best rock song to be made, ever.
3.Requiem - Although on a technical level of achievement this should really be number one (and with how much I love even my top 200 favorite songs) any of these are really interchangeable, and could easily change by tomorrow. Mozart's best work here.
4.I Dreamed a Dream - Spectacular song, and it is a major standout out of a musical where every song is a standout song.
5.Concerning Hobbits (and all of the various reprises of the theme) - It was my favorite theme from the Lord of the Rings, and one of my favorite ones ever, nearly all the scenes that made me shed tears had this theme playing (not the more jolly one but still).
6.Let It Be - An amazing anthem song that really is the best closing song the Beatles could have as a group.
7.Fur Elise - It is Beethoven's most classic works, and probably the most classic work ever made, and so it deserves to be on here even though I don't absolutely love it.
8.Hallelujah - A great and timeless song now, plus there are so many great versions of it and no chief singer who really owns it making that much better.
9.When You Wish Upon a Star - It is Disney's true theme song, and is a great one at that.
10.The Stone - A very underrated song that is incredible in the raw power of it, big props to Dave Matthews Band for making it, definitely not to everybodies taste.