Listen to Pink’s version of A Million Dreams from The Greatest Showman

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Pink has unveiled her cover of A Million Dreams from the upcoming re-release of The Greatest Showman soundtrack.

The soundtrack – which will also feature covers by pop megastars such as Kelly Clarkson, Years & Years, Jess Glynne and Kesha – will be available on iTunes and streaming services on 16 November.

Panic! at the Disco will reinterpret The Greatest Show, which was originally performed by Hugh Jackman, Keala Settle, Zac Efron, Zendaya.

Years & Years and Jess Glynne team up for Come Alive while Kelly Clarkson takes over from Loren Allred on Never Enough.

The most interesting part 0f the soundtrack, however, is This Is Me (The Reimagined Remix) which features original star Keala Settle alongside Kesha and Missy Elliot.

Check out the official tracklist:

1. The Greatest Show – Panic! at the Disco
2. A Million Dreams – Pink
3. A Million Dreams (Reprise) – Willow Sage Hart
4. Come Alive – Years & Years and Jess Glynne
5. The Other Side – MAX and Ty Dolla $ign
6. Never Enough – Kelly Clarkson
7. This Is Me (The Reimagined Remix) – Keala Settle, Kesha and Missy Elliott
8. Rewrite The Stars – James Arthur and Anne-Marie
9. Tightrope – Sara Bareilles
10. From Now On – Zac Brown Band

Bonus tracks:

11. The Greatest Show – Pentatonix
12. Come Alive – Craig David
13. This Is Me – Kesha
14. Rewrite The Stars (Acoustic) – Zendaya

Listen to Pink’s sensational version of A Million Dreams below. 

The Greatest Showman’s soundtrack has become a massive and unprecedented success since its release last year.

It topped iTunes in 77 countries and became the second album in 30 years to spend 11 consecutive weeks at number 1 in the UK. It boasts the honour of being the longest running soundtrack at number 1 in 50 years in the country.

This Is Me also won Best Original Song – Motion Picture at the Golden Globe Awards, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song.

Related: Watch the moment The Greatest Showman’s This Is Me first became an epic anthem. 

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