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Austin Butler is currently a Golden Globe winner. That meant fans could hear him from the big screen during his acceptance speech.
Some fans believe Butler, 31, is Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis As well as the buzz of the award, the Internet has speculated that he may still be using some of the character’s distinctive voices in his speeches.
“I didn’t even think about it,” Butler said backstage after winning Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama. , I hear it all the time, so I think I have to.”
He continued: he. “
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“I’m so grateful right now,” he later added of his win. “I’m still coming back from Blackout.”
Aside from Butler’s voice, Presley’s daughter Lisa Marie and ex-wife Priscilla were in attendance to celebrate the moment, as the actor paid tribute to the music legend of Elvis Presley during his acceptance speech. I couldn’t help but think about it.
“Thank you for opening your heart, your memories and your home to me,” Butler said to the Presley family. “Lisa Marie, Priscilla, I will always love you.”
After thanking his family and his late mother, Butler toasted to “Elvis Presley himself.”
“You were an icon and a rebel. I love you so much. Thank you,” he said. “You are memorable and I will never forget.”
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of Elvis The star previously talked about his voice during his monologue saturday night live In December, when he revealed that he wanted to “deal with something.”
“Some people say my voice has changed since I played Elvis. It’s deeper and more Elvisy,” he said. It’s always sounded like this and I can prove it, here’s a clip from an interview I did 10 years ago.”
Of course, every clip Butler showed was part of the punch line. Here’s a defaced video of him giving an interview about the Carrie Diaries, with his voice raised like a chipmunk.
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The 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards will air live on NBC and Peacock on Tuesday, January 10 at 8:00 PM ET.