Selena Gomez Sounds Just Like Herself In 'Hotel Transylvania'

If you love to play the audio version of "Name That Actor" every time a new animated film full of famous voices comes out, you'll be delighted to hear that the soon-to-be-released "Hotel Transylvania" has a very recognizable Selena Gomez giving voice to Mavis, the daughter of Dracula.

Selena, on the other hand? Not so delighted.

"No, I attempted and failed," she moaned, when MTV News' Josh Horowitz asked her if she'd changed her vocal tune for the film. According to Selena, she gave it an earnest go—"I tried when I got the script, I was like, 'Oh, maybe I can do something cool and different!'"

But alas, it was not to be: "I ended up going in, and they were like, 'No, we like your voice best.' I was like, 'Oh, all right.'"

Womp, womp. And if you check out the animated flick when it hits theaters this week, no doubt you'll know Selena's dulcet tones anywhere. But considering that the girl already has one voice that's way lovelier than those of most ordinary humans, it doesn't really seem fair that she should be stockpiling a whole bunch more voices on top of it, y'know? HONESTLY. Let's not be greedy.

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