Jordan’s review published on Letterboxd:
Rachel McAdams is a great comedian, so it frustrates me all the more when she's given very little to work with. She does add energy where she can, but there simply aren't enough good jokes in the script, which seems to have been built around the thinnest of sketch pitches—"Eurovision, but Will Ferrell!"
This premise is rich with untapped potential. I thought this would be a satire along the lines of Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, but this is far more broad. Though overlong, it's silly, harmless fare for a lazy streaming watch, but not much more.