Amy Adams is fast becoming one of the most promising actresses in Hollywood. Following her Oscar-nominated performance in Junebug (2006) and her role in the box-office hit Enchanted, the 33-year-old Adams is now in-demand by moviemakers everywhere.
In no time you’ll be seeing Adams back on the big screen in Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day and Sunshine Cleaning. In an exclusive interview, Hollywood’s newest ‘it’ girl spoke to our website about her upcoming performance at the 80th Academy Awards, where she’ll be singing three Oscar-nominated songs from Enchanted live onstage.
Adams talked to us about her pre-performance jitters. “If I get through the first one I think I should just count my buzz. Kristin Chenoweth will sing the second one, so no pressure. I was like, ‘Did you have to page the best singer in musical theater?'” the actress said nervously.
Adams admitted that she didn’t expect three songs from the movie to be nominated for the best song category this year. And unfortunately, she isn’t planning on pursuing a singing career: “I don’t have any plans for an album, because me singing pop music is just shockingly wrong. I would like to work onstage though.”