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"Every day it was a privilege to be on that set and surrounded by so many creatively talented people, knowing that on Broadway I would not have made the first cut."
She says once they began filming, she didn't have time to worry about whether she was as good at the musical numbers as her fellow actors Catherine Zeta-Jones and Richard Gere.
"There wasn't really time to step back and say, 'Hey, was that awful?'" she said.
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