Drew Barrymore Reacted To Hugh Grant Calling Her Singing Voice “Horrendous”!

MOVIE NEWS – After Hugh Grant criticised the singing skills of his Music & Lyrics co-star, Drew Barrymore took the opportunity to respond.



Many people can take offence when their singing voice in a film is described as “just horrendous”, but Drew Barrymore is not one of them. In a recent interview, Music & Lyrics star Hugh Grant said of the actress and talk show host’s vocal abilities that “barking dogs have better vocalisations.” Barrymore took the opportunity to respond to Grant’s criticism on her show. She performed a compressed version of the song Way Back to Love from the aforementioned film and dedicated it to his partner. She then added:

“If you know Hugh, that is his way of loving you. I swear, if you know Hugh, like, that is his way of loving you. I swear, okay, so it’s funny, too, because there’s this thing going around with him and Ashley Graham on the red carpet, and people are like, he’s such a curmudgeon and she’s so thrown.”

“No, that is Hugh Grant. You think you’re getting this charming movie star and what you really get is grumpy Hugh and then you fall in love with grumpy Hugh. When he says that, I’m telling you, he is being absolutely funny, he doesn’t mean one negative thing about it.”

There’s clearly a certain air around Hugh Grant that just comes with who he is, and everyone who’s on good terms with him knows that and takes it for what it is. The British actor took the internet by storm with his conversation with Ashley Graham on the night of the Oscars. During the brief conversation, they didn’t find common ground, and Grant didn’t seem enthused about the event.

While he was once known for starring in romantic lead roles in films such as Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill, Hugh Grant has recently become much in demand in several less syrupy roles.

One such role was as the villain in Paddington 2. His most recent role in the new Dungeons & Dragons movie could also be a villainous character.

One thing’s for sure: Grant likes his “villain” roles enough not to shy away from making ambiguous or overtly critical comments in real life. However, it seems that this is all just part of the Grant experience, and for those who have followed the actor’s career over the past three decades, he seems more than happy to provide it with both in real life and on screen.

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