Hugh Grant satirizes Drew Barrymore’s ‘terrible’ vocals in Music & Lyrics

Hugh Grant poked fun at Drew Barrymore’s singing in the romantic comedy music & lyrics.

The actor starred alongside Barrymore in the 2007 film as shabby pop star Alex Fletcher, who is hired to write a chart-topping for a rising teenage single (Haley Bennett).

Barrymore plays Sophie Fisher, the songwriter that Grant’s character works with. Throughout the film, they regularly sing the songs they write, which Grant says requires automatic tuning.

Speak with Wired For a segment in which he answered “the internet’s most searched questions,” Grant was asked, “Does Hugh Grant actually sing along? music & lyrics?”

He replied, “Yes I do, but I’m incredibly autotuned.

“Actually, that’s not true – I’m a bit automatic, but not as much as some,” he continued, saying, “Drew Barrymore was in this film with me and I don’t think she would mind if I did.” I say your singing is just appalling.”

He quipped, “I’ve heard dogs bark better than she sings.”

Grant said Barrymore improved “after they tuned her” and that “she sounded a lot better than me because she’s got heart and voice and rock ‘n’ roll”.

Drew Barrymore and Hugh Grant in “Music & Lyrics”

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Elsewhere, Grant was asked if he remembered what book he read on the bench at the end of the 2000 film notting hill. The actor, who described the scene as “nauseating,” then highlighted an inside joke put into the scene by director Roger Michell, who died in 2021.

“In that nauseous moment on the bench at the end, I’m reading Captain Corelli’s mandolin by Louis de Bernières, which was to be his next film,” Grant said, adding, “So that’s a little inside joke from Roger Michell, God bless his soul.

The actor, who took part in the segment alongside Chris Pine and Michelle Rodriguez, also revealed that his favorite movie is The sound of music.

Grant was accused of “obnoxious” behavior after a “disastrous” red carpet interview at the Oscars on Sunday (March 12).

his new movie Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieveshits theaters on March 31st. Hugh Grant satirizes Drew Barrymore’s ‘terrible’ vocals in Music & Lyrics

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