As hype for Sing 2 continues following its release in the US last month, curiosity over the film’s voice cast has sparked among fans. We explore who voices Porsha Crystal in the Sing 2 cast and why they may sound familiar.
Sing 2 seems to already be a hit with fans which is no surprise as it has an all-star voice cast, including Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johannson and Matthew McConaughey. But what star is behind Sing 2 character Porsha Crystal? Let’s take a look…
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Who plays Porsha in the Sing 2 voice cast?
Porsha Crystal is the daughter of Jimmy Crystal, the head of Crystal Entertainment. Audiences first become acquainted with the media mogul’s daughter as Jimmy introduces her to Buster Moon and his crew.
Porsha is a big Clay Calloway fan and after Buster name drops the well-known rockstar during discussions about producing a new stage show, she finds a way into the group’s upcoming performance.
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Sing 2’s Porsha is not Halsey’s first voice acting role
While Halsey is known for their music career with hits such as Gasoline and Colors, she is no stranger to the world of voice acting. According to their IMDb page, the artist has previously voiced parts in well known animated series, including American Dad! and Scooby-Doo And Guess Who?.
The singer addressed their roles in the TV shows in an interview with Billboard in 2018 while discussing whether she would get into acting in the future. Halsey explained: “A lot of people don’t know this about me, but I do voice acting and I do it kind of on the low I don’t put it under my own name.”
She added: “I have like a weird voice, so I embrace it. So I’d probably love to get into something where I could be really animated, cause I’m pretty animated.”
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Porsha is a favourite among Sing 2 fans
The singer’s portrayal as Porsha seems to be a hit with fans as many have shared their appreciation for the character on Twitter: