Watch 'Rugrats' star E.G. Daily on 'The Voice'
If you happened to land on tonight’s second auditions episode of The Voice and noticed the spirited blonde lady singing Faith Hill’s “Breathe” sounded a lot like Tommy Pickles from Rugrats, Buttercup from The Powerpuff Girls, Babe (that pig, in the sequel), or the voice of Jake Harper on the Two and a Half Men theme song, that’s no coincidence — she’s done ’em all!
Country-pop singer E.G. Daily (a.k.a. Elizabeth Daily and Elizabeth Ann Guttman), 51, has been acting and voice-acting since high school. Check out her Voice audition — plus a throwback to her important work as Dottie in 1985’s Pee-wee’s Big Adventure — below:
Christina Aguilera was the one who remembered Daily as Dottie:
Look Pee-Wee this is IMPOH-TANT, there’s somethin’ I wanna ASK you!
Daily never broke out as a solo artist (she signed with A&M Records in ’85), but she’s had a ton of songs in movies like Scarface, The Breakfast Club, and Better Off Dead.
CeeLo and Blake Shelton both turned their huge red chairs around for Daily — but she chose Blake.
Were you impressed by E.G. Daily? Who else did you love tonight?
Stay tuned, of course, for EW.com’s recap later on. Update: Here it is!
A rotating chair-full of judges search for the next great superstar singer on this NBC reality show.