Sing it, Pink!
“The Greatest Showman” star Hugh Jackman shared a sneak peek of Pink’s cover of “A Million Dreams” off The Greatest Showman: Reimagined album. The 12-second video shows Jackman sitting in a car and mouthing along to Pink’s vocals. He looks like he is in heaven.
Pink’s daughter, Willow, is only 7, but the cutie joins her mom on the star-studded lineup featured on the new album of redone songs from the film’s original soundtrack. Pink sings the tune, “A Million Dreams,” on the record, followed by Willow with “A Million Dreams (Reprise.)”
The soundtrack also features both Panic! At the Disco and Pentatonix with their own versions of “The Greatest Show,” Kelly Clarkson singing “Never Enough” and Zendaya doing an acoustic version of “Rewrite the Stars.”
Kesha and Missy Elliott team up with Maori songstress Keala Settle for “This Is Me (The Reimagined Remix)” while Sara Bareilles performs “Tightrope.” Of course, little Willow is no stranger to the spotlight, having grown up around her chart-topping mom.
Just recently, Pink pulled a thrilled-looking Willow onstage in Perth, Australia, to plant a sweet kiss on her lips.
The album will be available on Nov. 16 and prior to that, The Greatest Showman – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Sing-a-Long Edition releases in the U.S. on Oct. 26.
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