May 15, 2021

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Amanda Seyfried Takes Singing Lessons as She’s Campaigning for ‘Wicked’ Role

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The ‘Mamma Mia! In this article We Go Again’ actress is desperate to land her desire part of Glinda the Great Witch as she has been campaigning for five yrs in hopes to participate in the character.

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Amanda Seyfried has wished to participate in Glinda the Great Witch in a motion picture adaptation of the musical “Wicked” for five decades.

The “Mank” star has unveiled she despatched director Jon M. Chu a clip of herself singing “Well known” from the exhibit with the purpose of landing the position.

Talking on Variety’s “Award Circuit” podcast, she mentioned, “I’ve been campaigning for Wicked for five decades.”

The 35-yr-old actress has been taking singing lessons and regularly methods the tune.

“I’ve hardly ever been extra completely ready to strike individuals notes,” she insisted.

And the “Mamma Mia! Right here We Go All over again” star even has an concept of who she’d like to star together with her as Elphaba, suggesting Anna Kendrick and Anne Hathaway would be ideal for the function of the Wicked Witch of the West.

“For a although it was Anna Kendrick, for the reason that I assumed that her Elphaba would be truly solid, and, you know, I sing the higher notes and she can sing, she can be the alto,” she mentioned.

“At 1 point, it was Anne Hathaway, as well. She could naturally be Elphaba.”

Nonetheless, her to start with decision would be her “Les Miserable” co-star Samantha Barks.

“You can find no one else like Samantha Barks,” she gushed. “Samantha is my No. 1, I imply, there is certainly no greater singer in the earth I consider.”

Amanda will not give up striving to land her dream gig, but will “permit it go” by the time she is 50.

She admitted, “You can find points that you will always be hooked up to and want to do, no issue how previous you get, but if they however haven’t produced Wicked by the time I am 50, then good, I am going to allow it go.”

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