The new record sees a host of popstars recording tunes from the smash hit movie, which is the biggest-selling movie download of 2018 so far. It has also had enormous success with its official soundtrack, which has spent 44 weeks in the Top 10; 21 of which have been at No1. Now, The Greatest Showman: Reimagined promises to be a worthy stocking filler for fans, and it hits shelves next Friday – November 16.
Its tracklisting includes a new version of Never Enough, sung to perfection by Kelly Clarkson.
The Voice USA’s coach is known for being one of the best vocalists of her generation, and deftly balances emotion with sheer power in her interpretation of the song.
Never Enough comes after the release of P!nk’s version of A Million Dreams, and Panic! At The Disco’s retelling of The Greatest Show.
Listen to Kelly Clarkson’s Never Enough below.
The new album also sees Willow Sage Hart sing a reprise of A Million Dreams, while Years & Years and Jess Glynne team up for Come Alive.
MAX and Ty Dolla $ign record The Other Side, while Keala Settle and Kesha merge their versions of This Is Me – with added help from Missy Elliott.
James Arthur and Anne-Marie duet on Rewrite The Stars, Sara Bareilles sings Tightrope, and the Zac Brown Band perform From Now On.
Bonus tracks include the Pentatonix version of The Greatest Show, Craig David’s Come Alive, and Kesha’s previously-released spin on This Is Me.
Atlantic Records chief Kevin Weaver admitted that the prominence of British artists on the record is a direct result of the original soundtrack finding so much success on our shores.
“It was important to me to really try to do something to serve the UK market,” he told Variety.
“So that’s the why I put James Arthur and Anne-Marie on one of the most important songs, and why I put Jess Glynne and Years & Years on Come Alive, and why I added a Craig David version of Come Alive as a bonus track — to be thoughtful to the success of the album in the UK, wanting to include elements that honoured that.”
The Greatest Showman: Reimagined is out on November 16.