Julie Andrews says that her four-octave voice is not coming back. The Oscar- and Tony Award-winning actress said in a recent interview that the damage caused by a botched operation to remove non-cancerous throat nodules in 1997 hasn’t gotten better. It has permanently limited her range and her ability to hold notes. Andrews says in a strange way that she feels fortunate that she no longer can sing because it pushed her to find a ‘‘different way’’ of using her voice.
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