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  • [MUSIC - ONE DIRECTION, "STORY OF MY LIFE"]

  • (SINGING) The story of my life, I take her home.

  • I drive all night to keep her warm and time is frozen.

  • 00:00:15,968 --> 00:00:19,960 The story of my life, I give her hope.

  • I spend her love, until she's broke inside.

  • The story of my life.

  • 00:00:32,435 --> 00:00:34,930 Written on these walls are the colors that I can't change.

  • 00:00:37,923 --> 00:00:38,423 Hi.

  • Hi, honey!

  • How are you?

  • Good.

  • How are you?

  • I would dance for you--

  • I would dance with you longer, but I just

  • want to talk to you about how brilliant you are,

  • and then I'll dance with you after that.

  • That's sweet.

  • Hi.

  • Hi, y'all.

  • Hi.

  • It's good to see you.

  • Good to see you.

  • Yeah.

  • Great to see you.

  • It's been a while, and this is your first talk

  • show in a long time, too.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, a few years, I guess.

  • Yeah, you took some time off.

  • Yes, I did.

  • What did you do?

  • You took, like, six years off.

  • You know, it sounds more leisurely than it was,

  • because I can't be idle.

  • I had to work.

  • So I was working.

  • I just wasn't working in front of the cameras.

  • You know, by design.

  • Is "What If" the first thing you did in a long time?

  • Yes.

  • Since I saw you.

  • That was fantastic.

  • Yeah, it is.

  • Thank you.

  • Now, did you do "Judy" before or after "What If?"

  • I did "Judy," and then I-- as soon as I got home,

  • we went into "What If."

  • But I don't know if you watched "What If,"

  • but that was a fantastic show, too.

  • You were evil, and it was-- it must have been fun to play.

  • She's cray-cray.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, it was so much fun.

  • Yeah.

  • Like, I would never say that, but Anne Montgomery would.

  • Uh-huh?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, it was really fun.

  • You'd look at the script every day, and you're like,

  • she says what?

  • OK.

  • So all right-- so "Judy--" so a lot of people don't even--

  • a lot of young people don't know who Judy Garland was.

  • She was Liza Minnelli's mother, she was in "Wizard of Oz."

  • Yeah.

  • And a lot of people really didn't know-- because Portia

  • and I watched it together, and I just

  • can't rave about you enough.

  • I mean, you are--

  • That's very kind.

  • Absolutely brilliant as Judy Garland.

  • And that must be so hard to take on an icon like that.

  • That's sweet, Ellen Thank you.

  • But because Portia hadn't really heard the whole story,

  • she was like, oh, my god.

  • That's so sad.

  • And a lot of people don't know, it's about--

  • it's a time of her life that people don't know.

  • Yeah.

  • So explain--

  • It's the end of her life.

  • The last, maybe, year of her life.

  • Mhm?

  • And she did a series of concerts in London.

  • And yeah, a lot of people think of it

  • as a tragic part of her life.

  • But I think in understanding the circumstances in context,

  • we can really see just how extraordinary she really was.

  • Not just with her God-given talent, but with the things

  • that she was able to overcome in order to continue

  • to perform on that level.

  • I mean, she's really remarkable.

  • I mean, one in a million years.

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, I think people don't know--

  • I mean, you'll see the movie and how

  • she became addicted to drugs.

  • It was not her fault. And she didn't

  • have any help along the way, and she was abused in so many ways

  • by her parents, by the system.

  • But you sing--

  • I mean, you can always tell when somebody

  • is lip syncing in a movie, and I turned to Portia

  • and I was like, she's singing.

  • This is, like-- she's actually singing Judy Garland songs.

  • And so were you known as a singer before this?

  • Well, not like that.

  • You know, this was a different thing.

  • That scene right there, that stage fright scene,

  • that was real.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • You know, a real audience at the Hackney

  • Empire, where we filmed it.

  • And Rupert, the director, he was just

  • determined that this was going to be

  • an authentic experience between a performer and an audience.

  • But it was just-- and then how did they--

  • because you looked just like her.

  • What did they do to alter your face to look like her?

  • Because you looked exactly like her.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • Well, we started with that fantastic wig, right?

  • Because you know, gotta start with that--

  • Fabulous wig.

  • Great wig.

  • And then they did a few little tiny prosthetics,

  • which I won't mention to you because I don't

  • want you to look for them.

  • If you don't see them, then good.

  • And we did less is more.

  • We started by piling everything on,

  • and then we started to extract, and just

  • make it as minimal as we could.

  • And then you put on some aging kind of makeup.

  • Which was hilarious, because by the end of the shoot

  • he's like, OK, we got the thing, got the thing, contacts--

  • OK, you're ready.

  • We got everything?

  • We got everything.

  • And I said yes, yes.

  • [GASP]

  • You didn't put-- you didn't do my lines.

  • And he looks at me, and he said--

  • so we haven't.

  • Oh, no.

  • That feels good, doesn't it?

  • No, it was-- it was great.

  • Yeah?

  • It was funny.

  • And yeah, you know-- no, it was good

  • that we had an authentic representation of the fatigue.

  • Yeah.

  • Right.

  • You know?

  • Sure.

  • Yeah.

  • Well, because it must have been exhausting to do that.

  • How long did it take for hair and makeup?

  • Less time, as the show went on.

  • - As it went on.

  • Well, it's good-- I know that you

  • got a long-standing ovation.

  • People are raving about-- that you're

  • the front runner for an Oscar.

  • And I can't-- I don't know what else is coming out,

  • but I agree.

  • I agree.

  • You're amazing.

  • That's nice.

  • Amazing.

  • Thank you.

  • Yeah.

  • Even if you don't know who Judy Garland was,

  • you must see this film.

  • It's just-- it's fascinating and heartbreaking,

  • and beautiful the way she portrays it.

  • And it's called "Judy," it opens September 27th.

  • We'll be right back.

[MUSIC - ONE DIRECTION, "STORY OF MY LIFE"]

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