I'm not saying she didn't do a good job, I just think she didn't show enough humility or sadness when the situation called for it... she was confident and brash throughout the entire flick... maybe that's how she was supposed to be written, but it didn't seem believable... and why did they have her sing a song from an '80s Broadway musical for a film set in the '60s and '70s? I didn't understand that one. I think there could've been more indepth characterization of the "dream girls," as well, just so we could see what made them tick... I guess, it was just one of those "style over substance" flicks. There have been films that have garnered that many nominations and didn't receive a BP nod... the value of that award is so manufactured and contrived that it's meaningless to me. Although I know it still commands respect in that Hollywood community.