Ah yes, her failed attempts to become a pop star in France.
She wasn't seriously trying to do that.
She's a better actor in French than in English.
No, but surprisingly her voice is less 'dykevoice' en Francais.
The only French-language role I've seen her in was Un long dimanche de fiançailles, but I was amazed at what a better actress she was than usual, precisely because of the lack of dykevoice and all the baggage that goes along with that.
She did an interview on QTV that was really illuminating, and kind of helped put her wacked out golden globes speech in perspective.
Can't stand her since she continues to sport that bigot homophobe Mel Gibson.
I'm sure she'll miss all your support R8.
She used to like to show off her beautiful French (she was first in her class at the Lycee Francauise in LA), and for a while she wanted to try to be a pop star in France. She now owns a place on the Ile St. Louis in Paris so she can use it all the time.
Sorry, that should be "Francaise," not "Francauise."
It's "Français," R12. "Lycée" is masculine.
How old was Jodie there? She looked and sounded wonderful.
I've never understood *when* she ever lived in France as a kid long enough to become bilingual, and why.
She was taught by native French speakers from a young age, R16. Being at Lycée Français is like being in France, with the same curriculum as French kids, etc.
Je pensais que Jodie chante plutôt bien.
Oh, I see now. She worked in France because she could already speak French.
Three Jodies in three different butch outfits singing Frog
I didn't realize the Lycée Français de Los Angeles was preschool through grade 12. I'd been thinking all this time it was just a high school. That clears things up.
Jodie a toujours été grande au chant, s'exprimant en anglais, tout comme Bradley Cooper.