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12 Actresses You Didn't Realize Could Sing

It's Monday: The reality that Donald J. Trump will be our next president has finally sunk in and we're dealing with a handful of bizarre, unrelated personal issues—as we're sure you are too. We blame the supermoon.

So let's seek refuge in the internet and perform the 2016 version of meditation: binge-watching YouTube videos. Nothing feels better than distracting yourself with the beauty and talent of others and we've found some aces for you.

Here are 12 famous actresses who have excellent singing voices:


We get goose bumps listening to Evan Rachel Wood sing 4 Non Blondes' "What's Up."


90s Milla Jovovich is everything.


Begin Again

director John Carney may have not liked working with Kiera Knightly, but we enjoyed her first singing role!


Not only can Marion Cotillard sing, but she can walk on water in this sultry music video for "Snapshot in L.A."


Remember when Jada Pinkett Smith formed a nu metal band and then performed at Ozzfest in 2005?


We had no clue this existed either—but here's Kirsten Dunst singing The Vapors' "Turning Japanese."


Kate Hudson sang a beautiful rendition of "Nothing Compares 2 U" during a charity event hosted by her mother, Goldie Hawn, either this year.


A jazz version of the 80s hit "Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds, as sung by Molly Ringwald?! Yes. This is a thing.


We were going to post

Rose McGowan singing "RM486,"

 but we didn't want to give you nightmares.


We still get the feels whenever we hear this Huey Lewis and Gwyneth Paltrow duet from 2000.


Scarlett Johansson didn't win us over with her album of Tom Wait's cover songs, but we really love her voice in this New Order cover song.


Ellen Page's singing voice sounds exactly as you imagine it does—quirky, indie, cute.


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