What she has: Emmy ("The Julie Andrews Hour" and "Broadway: The American Musical"), Grammy ("Julie Andrews' Collection of Poems, Songs and Lullabies") and Oscar ("Mary Poppins"). What she needs: When it comes to the Tony Awards, Andrews isn't afraid to stir up some controversy. The potential EGOT declined her Tony nomination in 1996 for "Victor/Victoria" after the rest of the production was snubbed. Since that incident, she has lost the use of her singing voice, although she has returned to the stage in London. Pictured: Julie Andrews and then-husband Tony Walton in 1965.
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