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The Rival: Birgitte Hjort Sørensen
The Bellas' fiercest competition comes from Das Sound Machine, led by Danish actress Sørensen and YouTube wild man Flula Borg. "We have a relationship that's like Cruella De Vil and her butler or even Selina and Gary in Veep," she says.
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The Superfan: David Cross
"I used to do a stand-up bit called 'What if Jesus Christ sounded like an effeminate Southern man?'" says the Mr. Show comedian, who plays a loopy millionaire who invites all the top a cappella groups to his house for a sing-off. "That was the go-to voice I used for this."
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The Womanizer: Ester Dean
No one was more surprised by the first movie's success than rapper Dean, who plays the, ahem, overly hands-on Bella, Cynthia Rose. "I didn't know the movie world, so I thought it was going straight to DVD," she says. "But this time around I knew what it was and I was like, 'F---, yeah!'"
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The Loveryboy: Adam DeVine
The Workaholics star shows off Bumper's softer side in the sequel. "This time Bumper's not the bad guy," DeVine says. "You see him be sweet and vulnerable. It was cool because I haven't had many opportunities to not be a maniac in movies and television."
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The Salsa Star: Chrissie Fit
Disney Channel vet Fit (Teen Beach Movie) plays Flo, a feisty senior with some serious dance moves. The daughter of Cuban immigrants says she didn't have to look far for inspiration: "If my mom was in college and in an a cappella group, she would totally be Flo." (For more, see Chrissie Fit hopes Pitch Perfect 2 Latino jokes 'start a conversation')