Netflix’s Eurovision film—full title: Eurovision Tune Contest: The Story of Fireplace Saga—is a fictional great and wacky look into the annual worldwide tune competitors by the eyes of Icelandic singers Lars Erickssong and Sigrit Ericksdóttir (performed by Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams) as they signify their nation on the Eurovision Tune Contest.
As you possibly can count on, music is a large a part of the movie, and each Farrell and McAdams showcase their pipes with some massive tunes. Followers are interested by McAdams’ voice specifically, so we did some digging to seek out out if she actually sang within the movie.
Is Rachel McAdams actually singing in Netflix’s Eurovision film?
The reply is type of difficult—McAdams is singing in many of the songs, however her voice was mixed with the voice of Molly Sandén, a Sweden on the Junior Eurovision Tune Contest in 2006. Savan Kotecha, the film’s music producer, instructed Vulture that having Sandén carried out the tracks and McAdams additionally recorded the songs, after which the information have been blended collectively by the movie mixers. Nonetheless, the tune that McAdams sings when she’s on the piano within the resort room (the finale tune “Husavik”) is alleged to solely be her voice.
However in an attention-grabbing twist, it looks like Sandén is unconvinced in regards to the mix of her and McAdams’ voices. Whereas Kotecha instructed Vainness Truthful that “Sandén and McAdams’s tones labored so nicely collectively that he had a tough time differentiating between the vocals,” Sandén instructed VF that she was uncertain if the vocals had really been combined. “If they are saying so, perhaps that’s the reality. However I simply know that I didn’t actually hear [McAdams] within the soundtrack…perhaps it’s combined in someplace,” Sandén revealed.
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