Pink Covers “A Million Dreams” For ‘The Greatest Showman Reimagined’

Mike Wass | October 24, 2018 4:42 pm
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The first taste of The Greatest Showman Reimagined, which is comprised of pop interpretations of songs from the mega-selling soundtrack, arrived today (October 24). Pink puts her own twist on “A Million Dreams” and it’s every bit as moving as the original version performed by Ziv Zaifman, Hugh Jackman and Michelle Williams. In fact, in the pop/rocker’s capable hands, the song soars even higher — making the leap from show tune to heartstrings-tugging pop ballad with ease. There’s even a cute behind-the-scenes video of the superstar’s daughter, Willow Sage Hart, singing along.

While it’s generally wise not to tinker with a genuine phenomenon (The Greatest Showman has already sold 4.5 million copies around the world), this album is shaping up to be a treat. Other potential highlights include Panic! At The Disco’s take on “The Greatest Show,” Kelly Clarkson’s version of “Never Enough” and another reworking of “This Is Me” by Kesha, Keala Settle and Missy Elliott. The Greatest Showman Reimagined drops on November 16 (pre-order here). Listen to Pink’s version of “A Million Dreams” and watch the hitmaker in the studio with her daughter below.

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