FILE - This Nov. 1, 2011 file photo shows Julie Andrews at the Princess Grace Foundation Awards gala in New York. The Oscar and Tony Award-winning actress said that a botched operation to remove non-cancerous throat nodules in 1997 hasn't gotten better. It has permanently limited her range and her ability to hold notes. "The operation that I had left me without a voice and without a certain piece of my vocal chords,” said Andrews, who starred in such quintessential stage and film musicals as “The Sound of Music,” “My Fair Lady” and “Mary Poppins.” (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, file)

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FILE - This Nov. 1, 2011 file photo shows Julie Andrews at the Princess Grace Foundation Awards gala in New York. The Oscar and Tony Award-winning actress said that a botched operation to remove non-cancerous throat nodules in 1997 hasn't gotten better. It has permanently limited her range and her ability to hold notes. "The operation that I had left me without a voice and without a certain piece of my vocal chords,” said Andrews, who starred in such quintessential stage and film musicals as “The Sound of Music,” “My Fair Lady” and “Mary Poppins.” (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, file)
FILE - This Nov. 1, 2011 file photo shows Julie Andrews at the Princess Grace Foundation Awards gala in New York. The Oscar and Tony Award-winning actress said that a botched operation to remove non-cancerous throat nodules in 1997 hasn't gotten better. It has permanently limited her range and her ability to hold notes. "The operation that I had left me without a voice and without a certain piece of my vocal chords,” said Andrews, who starred in such quintessential stage and film musicals as “The Sound of Music,” “My Fair Lady” and “Mary Poppins.” (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, file)
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