In the critically acclaimed film CODA, Emilia Jones stars as Ruby, a young girl from a small fishing town in Massachusetts. Despite her limited experience with singing, Jones’s performance has been compared to that of folk-pop singer Maggie Rogers. But how did Jones achieve such a stunning vocal performance?

The answer is simple: with hard work and dedication. Jones began taking vocal lessons months prior to shooting CODA, and with the help of a vocal coach, she was able to hone her singing skills and perfect her performance.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Jones revealed that her vocal coach was instrumental in helping her prepare for the role. “My vocal coach was amazing. She helped me to find my voice and to really connect with the music,” Jones said. “She was so encouraging and supportive throughout the entire process.”

Jones also revealed that she had to practice her singing every day in order to perfect her performance. “I would practice my singing every day for hours,” she said. “I would listen to recordings of Maggie Rogers and try to imitate her style. I also worked on my breathing and my diction.”

The hard work paid off. Jones’s performance in CODA has been praised by critics and audiences alike. Her singing voice has been described as “stunning” and “beautiful”, and her performance has been compared to that of a professional singer.

So, did the girl in CODA do her own singing? The answer is a resounding yes. With the help of her vocal coach and months of practice, Emilia Jones was able to deliver a stunning performance that has been compared to that of folk-pop singer Maggie Rogers. Her hard work and dedication have certainly paid off.