No one sings like Gaston! Luke Evans flexes his pipes in new Beauty and the Beast clip


My, what a guy, that Gaston.

It’s time to indulge in a new Beauty and the Beast clip. And this time, it’s the turn of hunky Luke Evans to show off his singing ability.

Joined by co-star Josh Gad as LeFou, Luke performs Gaston’s self-title song; to great enjoyment of the fellow rowdy drinkers around him. Luke tweeted our the exclusive clip earlier this week, under the title: ‘Gaston… an intimidating specimen.’

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It’s the latest glimpse into the live-action remake of the 90s Disney classic animation, which is set to be released in cinemas next month, and as expected there’s been a heavy focus on the music of the movie.

Last week, we got our first listen to Emma Watson as Belle performing the opening number to the movie.

Related: Ariana Grande and John Legend’s cover of Beauty and the Beast is truly magical

Pop superstar Ariana Grande revealed last month that she would be joining forces with John Legend for a magical takeon the movie’s iconic titular theme song, which was originally performed by Céline Dion and Peabo Bryson.

But Céline will still leave her mark on the remake in the form of an original song called How Does a Moment Last Forever, which has been described as an “emotional ballad about holding onto life’s precious moments”.


Elsewhere, a teaser of another brand new song called Evermore, written and performed by singer-songwriter Josh Groban, was recently revealed. It will be sung by Beast actor Dan Stevens in the movie itself.

Disney also released some incredible motion posters to bring the iconic characters to life, which are a must-see.

Beauty and the Beast will be in cinemas on 17 March.

Related: Beauty and the Beast’s final trailer is the most magical one yet



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