Josh Gad Unravels the Mystery of 'Adele Dazeem'
Frozen star and Broadway vet Josh Gad serves as a special contributor to USA Today. In his column posted today, the funnyman attempts to solve the great mystery of this year's Oscar night; who is Adele Dazeem?
"Adele Dazeem," he begins. "Not since I first heard the term "Gluten Free" have I been so shocked by two words. You see, for The Past three years, I thought I had been working with musical artist Idina Menzel while recording my lines for Frozen, but instead I had been working with an actress that sounds like a Season 4 terrorist on Homeland. So who is this Adele Dazeem and how has she captured the nation?"
He continues, "in order to truly understand how this "wickedly talented" performer snuck into the Oscar ceremony and bamboozled us into thinking she was the same girl from Enchanted, we must first understand the depth of her web of deceit. Thankfully, much like he has done throughout his storied career, John Travolta unmasked this fraud like she was Nicholas Cage's face in the aptly titled Face-Off. So what were Adele Dazeem's true intentions?"
Check out more of Gad's column here!
Gad will next be seen in the role of stand-up comic Sam Kinison in Kinison, a biopic that will be helmed by Larry Charles and produced by David Permut from a script by Rich Wilkes. He starred, co-created and executive produced the 2012 NBC comedy series 1600 Penn and has appeared on Broadway in 'Book of Mormon', for which he received a Tony nomination and '25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.' Currently he voices the Snowman Olaf in Disney's animated hit, Frozen.
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