Reese Witherspoon apologizes to Taylor Swift, Katy Perry for singing in her new movie
13 September 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Toronto, Ottawa, Canada (4E) – After Katy Perry said to a fan that she is willing to collaborate with Taylor Swift if she apologizes, news broke that Reese Witherspoon apologizes to the two singers due to her singing in the new movie “Sing.”
In the new animated flick, Witherspoon will be performing Perry’s “Firework” and Swift’s “Shake It Off.” The role of Witherspoon in “Sing” is that of a pig who enters a singing competition while trying to raise 25 piglets.
In a recent interview at the movie’s premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival, Witherspoon shared, "I actually told both of them. I saw them and said, 'Please don't hold it against me because I did the best I could.' I was like, 'I have really a lot of respect for how hard you girls work.'"
Witherspoon’s singing skills was showcased in the past as her won an Oscar for her portrayal of country legend, June Carter Crash, in the movie “Walk The Line.” Perry and Swift have not yet commented on the matter.
The youngest son of Witherspoon, Tennessee, reportedly saw clips of “Sing.” Witherspoon said that she feels her son is kind of stunned and surprised by the movie. She added, "He's really excited to see the film. Obviously, it's right up his alley. He's four years old and it's the perfect time for him to see a movie like this."
“Sing” includes other great actors and actresses such as Matthew McConaughey , Jennifer Hudson, Seth MacFarlane , Nick Kroll , Tori Kelly, Scarlett Johansson, Leslie Jones, Taron Egerton , and John C. Reilly.
The animated film is written and directed by Garth Jennings and will be out in theaters this December 21.