The internet sensation involving ex-girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens’s tears is ex-boyfriend Austin Butler’s Elvis Presley impression. Last Thursday, Ryan Scott posted a link to a Page Six article about Butler’s viral rhythm.
Scott captioned the image, “He attended to the Lady Gaga school of Oscar campaign acting,” which piqued Hudgens’s interest. The “High School Musical” star admitted to “crying” in the thread’s comments section.
As he said in his acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, everything you witnessed in that speech, that’s him. Irene Bartlett said on ABC Gold Coast, “It’s genuine, it’s not put on” after Butler was mocked for sounding like Elvis Presley during his winning speech.
I’m sorry that people are thinking that, but he’s really absorbed [the voice of Presley]. Over the course of their nearly ten-year relationship, “Spring Breakers” co-star Vanessa Hudgens, now 34 recommended that her then-boyfriend Gerard Butler, then 31 years old, play Elvis Presley in a movie.
From the looks of it, Scott was making fun of the “Just Dance” singer’s Italian accent in the 2021 film “House of Gucci,” which many people assumed had an Eastern European flavour.
The “Elvis” actor’s voice coach said the actor’s new accent might stick, prompting Hudgens’ response. Hudgens remarked in 2019 on “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” “Last December, we were driving along and listening to Christmas music, and suddenly this Elvis Presley Christmas song came on.”
Vanessa Hudgens reacts to news story about ex Austin Butler’s ‘Elvis’ accent being ‘genuine’:
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He recently darkened his hair with dye. I noticed his naturally blond hair and singing voice and told him, “Babe, you need to play Elvis.”After Butler referred to Hudgens as a “friend” while recounting the incident on the Hollywood Reporter’s “Actors Roundtable” earlier this month, the news spread like wildfire.
“I was going to look at Christmas lights with a buddy a month before I heard that Baz Luhrmann was producing the movie, and there was an Elvis Christmas song on the radio, and I was singing along, and my friend leaned over and goes, ‘You’ve got to play Elvis.'”
Butler remembers himself saying, “Oh, that’s such a long shot.” He went on, “A few weeks later, I was playing the piano.” I’ve never performed in front of a crowd of people before. At the time, I was also playing the piano for the same friend who had joined us. As she emphasized, “I’m serious,” she continued.
If you want to make a movie, you need to get the rights to a script. Then, my representative remarked, “So, Baz Luhrmann is doing an Elvis picture.” Butler and Hudgens met at Ashley Tisdale‘s sister’s birthday party in 2011, and they remained an item until January 2020.
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