On the most recent episode of the hit selection present, Tiffany made a visitor look to advertise her upcoming musical “Chicago.” The Girls’ Generation member talked about that she had returned to Korea particularly to audition for the starring function of Roxie Hart, which had at all times been certainly one of her dream roles.
Tiffany proudly declared, “I beat 200-to-1 odds to be solid within the musical. So I’m returning as Roxie Hart.”
She went on to disclose the lengths to which she’d gone to get into character earlier than her audition, recalling that her bandmate Sooyoung had really nervous she was going too far.
“To put together for my audition, I actually lived life within the spirit of Roxie,” defined Tiffany. “Every day, I placed on purple lipstick and drew myself a magnificence mark, and I’d put on fishnet stockings and say to myself, ‘I’m Roxie.’ I received so into it that Sooyoung informed me, ‘It’s time to cease.’”
“Then, [after the audition], I didn’t hear from the producers for a whole month,” she continued. “I waited and waited, and I lastly thought, ‘Should I’m going again [to the United States]?’ I had come to Korea with the identical mindset that I had again in center faculty, after I got here to audition for SM whereas dreaming of turning into a K-pop star. But simply after I was making ready to return residence, considering, ‘I assume issues didn’t work out this time,’ I acquired the approval of each the Korean ‘Chicago’ group and the Broadway group, so I received the function of Roxie Hart.”
Tiffany then shared the story of a far much less profitable musical audition from practically a decade in the past, again when she was nonetheless selling “Twinkle” together with her Girls’ Generation sub-unit TaeTiSeo.
“There was one audition I went to again after I was selling the music ‘Twinkle,’” recalled Tiffany. “I confirmed up on the audition with my full ‘Tiffany’ hair, make-up, and styling from our TaeTiSeo efficiency. And after the audition, they informed me straight away, ‘It’s not going to work out.’”
She went on to clarify, “The musical was ‘Les Misérables,’ and I wanted to painting the unhappy character of Eponine, who’s struggling within the rain after getting her coronary heart damaged.’ But as a substitute, I shouted [cheerfully], ‘Hello! I’ll attempt singing a music!’ I additionally didn’t know that the correct etiquette was to arrange a music that’s considerably much like the character. So, as a result of my life objective is to turn out to be a Disney princess, I sang a Disney princess music for the audition.”
“You know the way they normally say afterwards, ‘Okay, we’ll be in contact’?” continued Tiffany. “But as quickly as I completed singing my Disney princess music, they informed me on the spot, ‘We loved listening to your music. I don’t assume it’s going to work out.’”
“Now that I’ve extra expertise,” she added, “if I have been to audition for that function once more, I’d be prepared to begin ravenous at the moment [to get into the role of Eponine].”
Tiffany then gave viewers a sneak peek of her starring flip in “Chicago” by performing the enduring music “Roxie,” besides with the lyrics edited specifically for “Ask Us Anything.”
Check out the clip of her efficiency beneath!
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