PG-13 | | Drama, Music, Romance
A young singer dates a disc jockey who helps her get into the music business, but their relationship become complicated as she ascends to super stardom.
During filming, tracks using backup singer Mary Ann Tatum were used in place of Mariah Carey's voice to avoid bootlegging. Carey recorded her vocals close to the release date of the soundtrack, and all lead vocals used in the film are hers.
Do you really think inside your mind that because you swing your ass around on stage and you hit a couple of high notes here and there, that you are some colossal success?
When Billie, Roxie and Louise dance under the silver glitter, Roxie has two pieces of glitter stuck under her neck, which both fall off. In the next shot one piece is back.
$2,414,596 (USA) (23 September 2001)
$4,273,372 (USA) (28 October 2001)
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