“The Greatest Showman,” might be one of the best films we have ever seen… Don’t even try arguing with us. In fact, we may even say that there’s “never enough” of it. Okay, we know that was a terrible joke but there’s a reason we made it and that reason is that Kelly Clarkson has just released a cover of the hit song, “Never Enough,” which for those who don’t know, features in the movie.
Her cover of the song comes just a few weeks short of the release of a, “re-imagined,” version of the hugely successful, “The Greatest Showman,” soundtrack which is still breaking records in the charts as we write this. Since its initial release, it has spent a total of 44 weeks in the Top 10, twenty-one of which were at the top spot. The album also currently remains the most streamed of 2018 in the UK.
And it is the longest running number one soundtrack in fifty years.
“Never Enough,” was the sixth song on the original soundtrack previously being performed by Loren Allred who gave such a breathtaking take on the track that we weren’t sure anyone could ever top it.
That was until Kelly Clarkson came along.
The singer put her own spin on the song and made us fall in love with it all over again. Her rendition, which was released yesterday (9th November) comes as part of a new, “re-imagined,” version of the globally loved soundtrack which is set to drop on 16th November.
You can check out Kelly Clarkson’s cover of, “Never Enough,” right here:
“The Greatest Showman: Re-Imagined,” was first announced last month. Since then, there have been three releases from the upcoming album. The first was the stunningly beautiful version of, “A Million Dreams,” performed by Pink and her seven-year-old daughter Willow closely followed by Panic at the Disco’s fresh take on, “The Greatest Show”. Clarkson’s cover of, “Never Enough,” is the third release.
“I’m honoured to be a part of this album,” the singer said in an interview upon the big announcement of her cover. “Never Enough’ is a beautiful song and I hope y’all dig my version.”
Other talents who have signed up to put their spin on songs from the soundtrack include everybody from Ty Dolla $ign to Years & Years to Kesha, but you can check out the full track-listing below:
The Greatest Show, re-imagined by Panic at the Disco
A Million Dreams, re-imagined by Pink
A Million Dreams (Reprise), re-imagined by Willow Sage Hart
Come Alive, re-imagined by Years & Years and Jess Glynne
The Other Side, re-imagined by MAX and Ty Dolla $ign
Never Enough, re-imagined by Kelly Clarkson
This Is Me (The Remix), re-imagined by Keala Settle, Kesha and Missy Elliott
Rewrite The Stars, re-imagined by James Arthur and Anne-Marie
Tightrope, re-imagined by Sara Bareilles
From Now On, re-imagined by Zac Brown Band
There will also be bonus tracks on deluxe versions of, “The Greatest Showman: Re-Imagined,” which are as follows:
The Greatest Show, re-imagined by Pentatonix
Come Alive, re-imagined by Craig David
This Is Me, re-imagined by Kesha
Rewrite The Stars (Acoustic), re-imagined by Zendaya
Don’t forget, you can pre-order the album ahead of its release by clicking here.
Now if you will excuse us, we’re going to go and listen to Kelly Clarkson’s cover of, “Never Enough,” a few (hundred) more times.
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