Lady GaGa Channels Sensual Harley Quinn in 'Joker: Folie a Deux' Audio Preview
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Listen to the awards-winning singer/actress' voice as the DC character as she coaxes Joaquin Phoenix's Joker to do as he pleases in the first official audio preview for the upcoming sequel.

AceShowbiz - Lady GaGa has offered another glimpse into her take on Harley Quinn. The Grammy Award-winning artist has debuted her voice as the DC character in an official audio preview for "Joker: Folie a Deux".

On Tuesday, April 2, the movie's verified TikTok account posted a short preview that features the actress' voice as she coaxes Joaquin Phoenix's Joker to do as he pleases. In the preview, she channels a sensual and breathy version of the villainess as she says, "You can do anything you want. You're Joker."

GaGa's seemingly non-accented version of Harley Quinn's voice comes as a bit of a departure from Margot Robbie's take on the character. In the DC Extended Universe's live-action projects, the "Barbie" star has portrayed Harley Quinn with a Brooklyn accent, taking a cue from voice actress Arleen Sorkin who originated the role on "Batman: The Animated Series".

Robbie, however, has been supportive of GaGa taking over the role in the "Joker" franchise. "Oh my God, she's going to crush it. Are you kidding? She's going to be amazing, I can't wait to see it," she said of passing the baton to the "A Star Is Born" actress. "I actually haven't spoken to her about it. I almost don't want to know so I can save it for the surprise when I get to see the movie."

On Tuesday, GaGa and director Todd Phillips also shared a new poster of the upcoming sequel while informing fans when the first trailer of the movie will be released. "The world is a stage. Joker: Folie a Deux trailer coming April 9," so GaGa captioned the artwork that sees her character and Phoenix's Joker dancing.

"Joker: Folie a Deux" is rumored to be a fantastical musical featuring covers of well-known songs. Zazie Beetz returns as Arthur Fleck's former neighbor, with Brendan Gleeson, Catherine Keener, Jacob Lofland, Steve Coogan, Ken Leung and Harry Lawtey being cast in undisclosed roles. The psychological thriller is set to head into theaters in the U.S. on October 4.

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