She sounds like a drunk trying to impersonate Marilyn Monroe...
...trying to impersonate Dame Edna Everage
I thought it was politely OK myself as far as it goes, but assume from what's available that it doesn't go very much further.
This response brings to mind a recent post I read on the Leonard Cohen forum from a regular there with the username Blond Madonna (who, from what I can gather is (a) Australian and (b) a Triffids fan, and who leaves me with the impression that he or she may have some kind of "inside track" on the musical world or show biz generally):
I think song writers are happy for their songs to be covered. I doubt they care if the cover is "good" or "bad".
As for the fans, who do seem to care, they can choose not to listen.
Do you think that would be about right?
As an aside, I went to see Manchester comedy icon Frank Sidebottom perform a gig last week and he did a comedy ditty of Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us Apart, as well as other indie notable's such as The Pistols' Anarchy In The UK re-visited in Chas & Dave bar piano/Vic Reeves' club singer stylee. I found myself in a quandry over whether Ian Curtis' song was suitable for a comedy treatment in view of the emotional space he must have been occupying when he wrote it, but didn't really find an answer from myself so just enjoyed the spectacle instead.