VIDEO: Parody - LES MISERABLES' Russell Crowe Laments SAG, Golden Globes and BAFTAs Snub in Song

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On the heels of today's announcement that Russell Crowe will be singing at Sunday's Oscars, Matthew Quinn Forbes created a parody of "Stars" that sums up Mr. Crowe's performance in the LES MISERABLES film.

After being shutout as Best Supporting Actor from the SAG Awards, the Golden Globes, the BAFTAs and now the Academy Awards, non-singing-actor Russell Crowe laments and reminds us why he should have made the cut... Watch below!

The parody is written and performed by Matthew Quinn Forbes. Special thanks to Steven M. Kelly for allowing the use of his newly orchestrated arrangement of "Stars".

VIDEO: Parody - LES MISERABLES' Russell Crowe Laments SAG, Golden Globes and BAFTAs Snub in Song


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