'The Voice' Alum Judith Hill Disses James Franco in 'Love Letter' to Kim Jong-un
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The song called 'A Love Letter to Kim Jong-un' was originally a love song to Franco written by the singer/songwriter for the soundtrack of 'The Interview'.

AceShowbiz - Former contestant of "The Voice" %cJudith Hill%'s love song to Kim Jong-un leaked online in the wake of the Sony hacking scandal. On a snippet of the track aptly called "Love Letter to Kim Jong-un" obtained by TMZ, the singing show's season 4 alum jokingly praises the North Korean leader as she disses "The Interview" star %cJames Franco%.

"Kim Jong-un, James Franco ain't got nothing on you," she playfully sings. She also makes references to Franco's films like "127 Hours" and "This Is the End" as she continues, "You're so arresting, and I could wait here 127 hours, it's true / And if this is the end, and then the credits roll / There's only one Oscar, and baby it goes to you."

According to Page Six, the song was initially planned to be a love song to Franco. The original version was written by Hill and submitted to Sony for the soundtrack of "The Interview", which centers on two journalists sent to assassinate Jong-un and is believed to be the real reason behind the hacking at the studio.

Hill's song unfortunately didn't make the cut and was later turned into a "love letter" to the dictator after the cyber attack in an attempt to "mediate peace between North Korea and the U.S."

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