I'll remember that one for trivia. I had a friend from the Phillipines, but she lived most of her life in New Zealand, so she had a very interesting accent. Then she moved here to Australia and picked up some of our accent too. I think Australia has to be one of the only places with no clear regional dialects. You can go Sydney to Perth to Melbourne to Brisbane and we still sound the same. With the exception of South Australians, who use the European 'ah' in words like dance or plant whereas all other states generally use 'air' like North America. Oh and each state has different words to describe beer lol. To be honest when I first watched Miami I thought Emily had possibly spent a lot of time in Australia, because it sounds to me like a cross between a typical American accent and an Australian one. And then I read she was from the south, so that quashed that theory. I thought Aussies were some of the few people in the world who said the letter O the way we do, and yet Emily does. And aside from the ever present hard R in American accents (for those interested in trivia, pronunciations of 'arr' is called being rhotic, where 'ah' is non-rhotic) In fact I've always thought that with a little practice she could convincingly pull of an Aussie accent, which a lot of Americans simply cannot do. It would be interesting to see her try it. On another note, I became a fan of Emily on facebook, and they have some really nice pictures on there that I havent seen before, including some of her and her boyfriend. I must admit a twinge of jealousy, for both of them lol. If you havent seen it yet I can recommend checking it out.