The truth is out.
Proving that there’s no price too big to pay when it benefits a great cause like Red Nose Day, mega-stars such as Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson and Daniel Craig finally admitted that they’ve been keeping a major secret for years.
“Julia is incredible to work with and there’s no doubt that she’s a brilliant actress, but, um, I’ve just been directing her…” Jodie Foster starts talking about her fellow Oscar winner in the “Hollywood Secrets” segment of tonight’s star-studded Red Nose Day benefit on NBC. “And she has what I’d describe as a…distinctive voice? But it’s not what I would associate with a Hollywood leading lady.”
Whatever could she mean?
“I really don’t know what the problem is,” the interview cuts to Roberts.
Only the voice coming out of the Erin Brockovich star’s mouth is…well, let’s just say it’s deeper. And a man’s voice.
“Notting Hill was…well, let’s just say it was a journey of discovery,” co-star Hugh Bonneville remembers the experience. “It was a shocking shock, which, well, shocked me.”
Roberts had no reason to feel weird on the set, however, because it turns out that Hugh Grant needed dubbing as well!
Apparently what we thought was the charming Brit’s equally charming accent belonged to someone else all along. (Don’t worry, this clip does include the “original” version of the “I’m also just a girl standing in front of a boy” scene from Notting Hill.)
And while finding out what Grant really sounds like might keep you lying awake tonight, hearing Daniel Craig‘s little girl voice can only change your life for the better.
“I don’t sound like a little girl. I sound like a big manly man, which is what I am,” Craig says, deadly serious, his little girl voice just the cutest thing you’ve ever heard.
Watch the whole hilarious segment and find out the truth about Liam Neeson, Al Pacino, Arnold Schwarzenegger and more!
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