Elton John And Nelly Furtado Duet To “Crocodile Rock”—The ‘Gnomeo And Juliet’ Remix

Jan 31st, 2011 // 1 Comment

Nelly Furtado has gone from “Promiscuous Girl” to PG-Rated in the remake of “Crocodile Rock”, tailored to the upcoming animated flick Gnomeo And Juliet. This 2011 duet recreation of the ’70s classic is as deliciously cheesy and fun-loving as “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”. The new dad doesn’t just lend over his vocals and timeless tune, he’s also composed music for the film. Sir Elton also teamed up with Lady Gaga for a special tune “Hello Hello” for the Shakespeare-inspired movie. Jump below to get your toes a tappin’ with a preview.

Our only complaint on the song’s remake is that Elton’s vocals are barely audible. Tell us what you thought of the sneak peek and if you’ll be heading to theaters on February 11 for some gnome action.

  1. Gnomeo and Juliet’s colorful animation is a very palpable hit. Thanks to director Kelly Asbury, James McAvoy and Emily Blunt, it’s a job well done. -Luke Robey

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