Austin Butler Can’t Get Rid Of His Elvis Presley Voice | The Graham Norton Show

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  • BLUE RAPTOR 1 year ago

    Omg

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  • Maria Rohmer 1 year ago

    Is culture really so bored with their lives that this topic cannot seem to stop trending or being a thing. Like who cares! The guy trained for well over a year and his voice changed. Big deal! A voice coach even said working on the vocal chords is like working a muscle. It can change it forever. Ask any singer who strengthen their voices with training. Leave the poor guy alone already. He was amazing in his role and that’s all we should care about. Apparently not.

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  • ADM 1 year ago

    Sounds like he has sore throat.

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  • Emu 1 year ago

    He is definitely putting on a voice come on. It’s really obvious…. maybe not conscious, and maybe not without knowing. but also, maybe he is? who knows. George Santos is in the house and he’s entire life is a lie and people voted him in, so people are stupid too. Who knows. But if that is what he wants his voice to be, good for him, personally I think it sounds silly he’s so young but sounds like he’s 50+. It’s obviously not real. So um good for him

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  • loveforeignaccents 1 year ago

    Why people care so much about his voice is beyond me. Madonna and Johnny Depp both changed the way they speak decades ago, and I didn’t hear anyone trying to rip them a new a$$hole over it. This man at least sounds sexy — not to mention is an absolute doll — so just leave him alone.

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  • Brenda Motley 1 year ago

    WHAT IS THE F’ING DEAL ABOUT HIS VOICE????? JEALOUS???

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  • Angeleyes10 1 year ago

    His voice sounds like Brad Pitt

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  • F G 1 year ago

    I know he is sick and tired of that question omg, i like his voice anyways lol

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  • Lauren C 1 year ago

    I love his Elvis voice

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  • UppinAtom 1 year ago

    He has that steal-your-girl voice.

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  • d j 1 year ago

    i mean, he was basically in the role for 3 years plus a few months if you count prep for getting the part. some projects film for 3 weeks total while he played elvis from 19-52 y.o. for 3 years. that’s more than enough to have an effect but imagine faking the voice now with no benefit cause all it’s done is make people question his authenticity over likely damaged vocal chords. it just doesn’t add up

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