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Julie Andrews did NOT sing a 'blue hair' parody of "My Favorite Things" on her 69th birthday. As a matter of fact, a bothced operation a few years ago now prevents her from singing anything.

   Full story is at Snopes. Article was posted on March 21 by ChuckyG

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Tim Hall - March 21, 2005 - Report this comment
I saw Julie in a 1995 performance of Victor Victoria in Chicago and felt very fortunate. The whole world misses her singing voice
Arby - April 01, 2005 - Report this comment
LIGHTEN UP FOLKS!!!!! Who cares if Julie sang it or not, it was funny and OHHHH soooooo true!!!
Natasha Bly - April 05, 2005 - Report this comment
I read somewhere that in THE PRINCESS DIARIES 2 she actually did sing on one song (it wasn't pre-recorded from before her operation, so it was said). The claim was that her voice isn't back to what it was before the surgery. But I thought it did sound pretty good.
Mirthe - May 21, 2005 - Report this comment
I don't give a damn about the parody, But I totally agree with the fact that her performance in The Princess Diaries 2 was pretty goeed. I'm very glad that director Gary Marshall was able to convince her to do it, because she did have some doubts.
Fergal - February 24, 2008 - Report this comment
She can still sing its just she doesn't have the same 4 octave range she once did. It doens't bother me, I still think she's fantasic!!

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