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Sorry don't find that funny as I know autotune couldn't fix that voice. It does have its limits. I suspect that woman is really a good singer and just faked the screeching bit. Plus the guy is just pushing random buttons that aren't actually doing anything.
For what autotune actually does, and why many pop songs sound generically similar vocally, check out some Autotune the News videos. Autotune has improved a lot since those videos were made, and can be used more artistically (listen to Kacey Musgraves' Golden Hour album, Grammy album of the year 2019) it still can't fix awful.