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"The way she switches to her younger voice at ease and makes her voice sound the same as back in the 70's proves yet again why she is a legend." Is this sentence correct?

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I think you mean "with ease" rather than "at ease". Otherwise it is OK, but I would be inclined to add commas to break it up for readability:

The way she switches to her younger voice with ease, and makes her voice sound the same as back in the 70s, proves yet again why she is a legend.

I prefer "70s" to "70's". Using apostrophes to indicate plurals is, generally speaking, horrible, so I prefer to avoid it unless it is absolutely necessary for intelligibility (e.g. plurals of letters).

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