Florence Foster Jenkins was a New York socialite who had dreams of becoming an opera singer -- but not the talent to match. She performed at Carnegie Hall and became famous for her lack of rhythm and pitch. Oscar winner Meryl Streep and Golden Globe-winning actor Hugh Grant join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their new movie, "Florence Foster Jenkins."
WQXR host Elliott Forrest sat down with Meryl Streep to talk about her title role in the new film "Florence Foster Jenkins," based on the true story of a New York City socialite and aspiring opera singer who was famously off key. More here: http://ow.ly/wOLD3039Lbl
For almost 40 years, Meryl Streep has portrayed an astonishing array of characters on stage and screen, garnering three Academy Awards for Best Actress and an unsurpassed record of 19 nominations. Her latest film is Stephen Frears’ “Florence Foster Jenkins,” based on the inspiring true story of an eccentric New York heiress who dreamed of becoming an opera singer. “Florence Foster Jenkins,
In her latest film the three-time Oscar-winner portrays a historical figure of dubious note: "Florence Foster Jenkins," an amateur soprano who gained popularity for her absolutely horrible voice - and her unbounded enthusiasm for sharing her "gift" with the world. Anthony Mason reports.
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Join Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg as they discuss their new film, "Florence Foster Jenkins." In the 1940s, New York socialite Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) dreams of becoming a great opera singer. Unfortunately, her ambition far exceeds her talent. The voice Florence hears in her head is beautiful, but to everyone else it is quite lousy. Her husband St. Clair (Grant) goes to extreme lengt
The purpose of uploading this video is to share Meryl Streep's incredible artistry in and as "Florence Foster Jenkins" with as many people as possible.
It is worth noting that the music was NOT pre-recorded. In other words, Meryl Streep sang "live" as the cameras were rolling. That makes her performance all the more remarkable! (The piano was also played "live" by the actor.)
An edited version of
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Meryl Streep chats to Lorraine about paying real-life character Florence Foster Jenkins, and having to sing badly on purpose.
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