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Miss Congeniality - Lip Sink
When Gracie is answering her interview question as one of the five finalists she says to Candace Bergen "if you hurt any of my friends I'm taking you "out". Watch her lips - she is clearly saying "down".
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Anonymous on 05-10-2001
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Mandy writes:
I just watched the movie and that is not true. She is just exaggerating on the word "out". If you noticed when she does say "down" it looks nothing like when she says "out".
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Joanna writes:
Hmm. I'd be careful about that one. "Down" and "out" have basically the same lip movement, it would be easy to confuse them. Nice catch, though.
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Erin writes:
I noticed that it did look a lot like she is saying "down" instead of "out". She might have said "down" while they were filming her, but then when they record her voice later on, she said "out". I saw them doing that one time on MTV with a movie where they re-record the voice later.
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Ami writes:
Uh, don't you mean "lip sync"? Besides, this never happened anyway.
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MeandJustinB writes:
If you saw this on TV, they might have changed the word for some reason. I saw it on VHS and this did clearly not happen!
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The Princess writes:
so what, down, out, does it really matter, they're practically the same if they are being used in that context
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