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Ladies and gentlemen, the Detroit Theatre continues our legendary talent contest with the indefatigable Stepp Sisters! I’m lookin’ for something, baby Something that’ll give me a rise I’m lookin’ for something, baby Like a real nice surprise I’m lookin’ for something, baby Something that you have got I’m lookin’ for something, baby And it’s gonna be real hot Ladies, you can’t go. What about the show? Marty, you scripg I can talk. Now watch me walk. Sugar, Jimmy was just being Jimmy.
You know he’s crazy about you. Well, give the crazy man a message from me.
Dreamgirls (2006) Movie Script
Tell him I got his number. At home, where he lives, with his wife. We don’t have to put up with this shit. I’m lookin’ for something, baby I’m lookin’ for something now I’m lookin’ for something, baby I’m lookin’ for something now The unstoppable Stepp Sisters!
Won’t be long now, y’all. Coming your way is the wildest man in show business, Detroit’s own James “Thunder” Early will be kicking off his national tour right here on stage tonight.
I’ve got the break of your lives. The great Jimmy Early is looking for some backup help tonight Me scrupt my baby goin’ downtown Me and my baby gettin’ down tonight – I’m so sorry, Mr Look, I know we’re late, but my mama don’t like me going out on weeknights.
So I had to wait for her to go to bed. She’s a grade-school teacher. I’m one of The Dreamettes. You were supposed to musival on second. I know, but my mama wouldn’t go to bed, so I couldn’t go out.
Hey, tough luck, kid. Let me lay something on you right quick, brother. Check it out, man. Look, I know you’re a great man and you’re the boss with all the ladies, so I don’t want you coming up weak in here, but low-rating people, that’s not why you’re in this business, right? That’s good, so why don’t we give these girls a break tonight? Okay, I’ll put you on last. Excuse me, which one is Tiny? Baby, I’m takin’ the long way home ‘Cause my baby don’t live there no more I got the music to the drummer.
God, I need to rest. Where’s our dressing room? Effie, there’s no scrilt for that. We go on in two minutes. We’re ruined unless we can find new wigs. Why do we need wigs in the first place? Because we need a look. Turn the wigs around.
Come on, dreqmgirls the wigs around. Oh, Deena, it’s so different. Frontways or backways, store-bought hair ain’t natural.
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And what about these dresses? I mean, this dress does nothing for my body. I think you look just great. She left with all her clothes Her bedroom in a mess I don’t know why she went away ’cause I gave her all musicall best Baby, I’m takin’ the long way home ‘Cause my baby don’t live there no more – What’s the name of your group again?
Let’s hear it for Mr Tiny Joe Dixon! And now for our final act of the evening, the courageous, the curvaceous, Creamettes! Move, move Move right out of my life Move, move Move right out of my life You better move You’re steppin’ on my heart I said, move You’re tearin’ it apart Please move Oh, what am I gonna do? My heart Is breakin’, breakin’ up over you You’ve got such magnetic power That just keeps holding me down I feel just like a flower That you’re keeping stuck in the ground, ground, ground Musjcal right out of my life Move it, move it Out of my life Move right out of my life Move it, move it Out of my life Move, move Move right out of my life You are so horribly satanic The drramgirls you lead me around I feel just like the Titanic I’m always going down Move, move You’re steppin’ on my style You’re steppin’ on my style Yes, you are I said, move, move I want to breathe for a while Hey, baby Get out of my life There’s too much pain and strife So why don’t you pack it up and move it?
Take the cat, kit and caboodle Take your broken-down car Your smelly cigar And just move right out of my Move right out of my life Come on! You can do better! Let’s hear it for the delectable, defiant Dreamettes! Five dimes say The Dreamettes don’t win. They weren’t going to win anyway.
Now remember, the winner of this year’s contest gets a week’s paid engagement right here at the famous Detroit Theatre. And that very lucky, very talented star of tomorrow is Mr Dreagirls Joe Dixon!
Does this mean we’re not going to be famous now? Come on, let’s go home. Because I’m tired and I got to get up early for work.
I mean, what’s the point? Lorrell, how old were we when we first started singing together? How many songs written dteamgirls in your notebook?
Dreamgirls Script (Message Board)
And, Effie, have you ever met anyone who could sing as crazy as you? And still we get nowhere? So I’m asking you, what’s the point? The point is you don’t need an amateur contest, because there’s nothing amateur about you. What you need is a break, and I’m here to give it to you. Thirty bucks each to sing behind Mr Jimmy Early tonight. By the way, Mr Early said he’d hire my Aunt Ethel to watch after you gals while you’re away from home.
Mama’s going to love that! Effie, do you hear this? We’re singing behind Jimmy Early tonight! All we got to do is just sing a few “oohs” and “aahs.
Now, I’m sorry, Mister, but we cannot accept your offer. All right, all right, all right. Look, I know you’re good. And you know you’re good, too. And not only that, you are a stone cold fox. But that ain’t enough. A girl like you can get hurt out there if you ain’t got somebody protecting you. Now, I’m here to do that for you, baby.
But you got to believe me. You got to trust in me. I ain’t gonna disappoint you. What do you say? Oh, baby, I love you! This business sure has got a lot of ups and downs!
Are you ready for the Thunder Man?
Now, he’s all the way down in the basement, and he ain’t coming up unless he can hear you! Let’s hit it, boys. Hey, Marty, I said no mayonnaise, man. How many times I got to tell you? No mayonnaise on the chicken sandwich! We got bigger problems, baby. I warned you to lay off the women that you work with. There’s plenty other ladies out there. Well, who got time to go out and find them, Marty? I’m always working, baby.