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Thursday, January 19, 2023

CRYING - Vanessa Hudgens reacts to news story about ex Austin Butler’s ‘Elvis’ accent being ‘genuine'

Vanessa Hudgens reacts to news story about ex Austin Butler’s ‘Elvis’ accent being ‘genuine’:

“Crying” - Vanessa Hudgens said.

Austin Butler’s voice coach, Irene Bartlett, defend his accent his 2023 Golden Globes acceptance speech.

“What you saw in that Golden Globes speech, that’s him. It’s genuine, it’s not put on,” Bartlett said on ABC’s Gold Coast on Monday, January 16, 2023, via Page Six.

Butler had received his first award for his first-ever nomination at the Golden Globes, for portraying the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll Elvis Presley in the Baz Luhrmann-directed biopic, Elvis.

When the accent became a topic of conversation after it continued to resemble the famed musician, Bartlett, for her part, defended Butler’s technique and said it wasn’t being done for show.

“I feel sorry people are saying that, you know, it’s still acting [but] he’s actually taken [the voice of Presley] on board,” she said.

“I don’t know how long that will last, or if it’s going to be there forever.” She also noted, “Because of COVID shutdowns, he was working on it all the time and it’s difficult to switch off something you’ve spent so much focus [and] time on,” she said.

Explaining her strategy on how she was able to train Butler, she shared, “Basically what I look for is what their natural singing voice is doing. I strip away all the effects someone is putting on, and I go, ‘What does this natural voice sound like?’ And what is working and what needs help in terms of enhancement, in terms of support, flexibility, stamina, all those things,” via Page Six.

Some users on Twitter shared their interpretations of the blank reaction Butler had to Fraser's victory, with one writing, 'Oh Austin Butler is not happy.'

Another said Butler was 'completely unable to hide how mad' he was in missing out on the honor in a neck and neck award season race opposite Fraser, who has been lauded for his performance in The Whale.

Others took to his defense citing the sadness Butler is experiencing in the wake of Lisa Marie's death, as one user said, 'He is grieving Lisa Marie's death, be kind.'

Another said, 'He just lost his close friend in Lisa Marie - cut him some slack if he doesn't look happy tonight,' while another noted that 'his mind and heart are elsewhere' days after Lisa Marie's tragic passing. Following Lisa Marie's death Thursday, Butler said he'd 'forever cherish' his experiences with Lisa Marie when he was working on the Baz Luhrmann biopic of her father, and that his 'heart is completely shattered' following her death.

'My heart is completely shattered for Riley, Finley, Harper and Priscilla at the tragic and unexpected loss of Lisa Marie,' Butler said in a statement. 'I am eternally grateful for the time I was lucky enough to be near her bright light and will forever cherish the quiet moments we shared.

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