Melissa George is a love of all music.
After being locked in a damp and dark basement while shooting a movie like Bag of Bones, what do you think she listens to? It turns out Melissa is a huge fan of one of this year's Grammy nominees.
Today we are giving you an inside look at the beautiful actress's musical taste. Check it out below and be sure to check out the conclusion of Bag of Bones when it airs tonight on A&E.
What type of music do you enjoy?
Right now it’s Ethiopian Jazz, which is beautiful, it's so amazing. I like all kinds of music, Spanish music, I like French music. I love listening to Brigitte Bardot singing. With a character - for example when I did Slap, the writer of the novel actually put together a compilation of music that the character Rosie would listen to. I would often listen to music that would suit the stage that the character was in in her life and that can include all kinds of music.
How did you discover Ethiopian Jazz?
It was a few years ago, I think it was through Josh Hartnett when I was doing 30 Days Of Night and he was given it from a friend in New York and ever since then I loved it. I think he only had a few songs and I’ve been buying a lot of Ethiopics, it’s called and getting into that a little bit more.
I’m loving Adele, even just pop like that, British pop. I’m loving Adele and music that makes me go to another place. But I’m a little bit home sick right now so I’m trying to not listen to anything that makes me feel like I miss home. So I listen to music that lifts my spirits.
Do you think Adele is going to win a Grammy for Album of the Year?
Absolutely, hands down.