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Lily Collins Sings in Bollywood-Inspired Dance Number for 'Mirror Mirror'

March 30, 2012 04:14:52 GMT

The singing-and-dancing scene which features the daughter of Phil Collins is going to be featured during the end credits of the Tarsem Singh-directed movie.


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While its rival movie "Snow White and the Huntsman" has tapped Florence and the Machine for an orchestral theme song, "Mirror Mirror" has its own leading lady Lily Collins sing one of its soundtracks. The daughter of music vet Phil Collins will perform a Bollywood-inspired dance number.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lily will show off her vocal chops in the singing-and-dancing scene during the flick's end credits. "It's so funny, I really want everyone to know because everyone's like, 'That wasn't you,' and I'm like, 'It really was!'," the Snow White depicter on Tarsem Singh-directed film gushed about the scene.

Calling the experience of laying her vocals in studio super fun, the "Abduction" movie beauty shared, "I went into the sound studio, into a sound booth, and I recorded it and the dwarves recorded bits in the melodies. This was my first experiment with going out there and singing -- Bollywood, nonetheless."

Though having no plan to release an album anytime soon, the actress would love to play in a musical project. "I wouldn't say that it's my goal right now to come out with an album or anything, but it's so much a part of who I am and if there's a movie like this one that involves singing, I think that's kind of the perfect way to segue into it and experiment," she stated.

"Mirror Mirror" will come out in the United States theaters starting March 30. Unlike "Snow White and the Huntsman" which presents a dark twist of the folklore, the movie will offer a comedic take on the story. Julia Roberts is cast as Evil Queen, Armie Hammer is the Prince Charming, and Sean Bean is The King.

© AceShowbiz.com




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