‘Les Mis’ Twitter Battle: Russell Crowe Defends ‘Raw’ Vocals Against Singer’s Rant


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You can’t please everyone. And while the “definitive review” of Tom Hooper’s “French foreign film” Les Miserables may have wowed some viewers, singer and American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert was downright angry about the adaptation. Luckily for Team Les Mis, its own Javert Russell Crowe was up to the task of defending its merits on soap box of the Internet: Twitter.

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