If you, as an actor, are out there working the press circuit, promoting a movie wherein you and other actors sing a whole bunch, chances are good that eventually an interviewer will ask you to sing something. So wouldn’t it make sense to plan a performance that would actually make people want to see your movie? Isn’t that the point? Or is that just entirely too logical?
Brittany Snow was on Ellen today to promote Pitch Perfect 2, and apparently took a page from
">Anna Kendrick’s white girl rap book and decided to bust out her best Coolio. Unfortunately, her best Coolio is pretty awkward. She seemed to realize about halfway through that she was boring even herself and tried to up the kitsch. It does not work.
Still definitely totally excited Pitch Perfect 2. Still definitely totally excited Pitch Perfect 2. Still definitely totally excited Pitch Perfect 2. (This is my mantra. I repeat it until I believe it.)
Hmm… benefit of the doubt time. Upon rewatch (I know, I don’t understand my choices either), I think she may not have been able to hear herself in her monitor or whatever. And if that’s the case, that is a decent excuse for some truly awkward singing.
See? Still definitely totally excited Pitch Perfect 2.