Though plenty of people are buzzing about her performance of "I Dreamed a Dream," after 20 takes of the song (mostly at her own request), Anne summed up her performance of the song as just "eh," according to Gawker.
While Adam praised Anne's singing, he made a dig at Russell Crowe by tweeting that the film's music "suffered massively [because of] great actors PRETENDING to be singers. why not cast actors who could actually sound good?"
Russell responded yesterday to Adam's critique and actually took the high road, claiming he didn't disagree with the singer. "I don't disagree with Adam," tweeted Russell. "Sure it could have been sweetened, [director Tom] Hooper wanted it raw and real, that's how it was." And with over $115 million in box office sales (and counting), Les Mis doesn't seem to be suffering too much from the widespread flack regarding Russell's singing.
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