Ariana Grande, Kendji Girac, Selena Gomez … The best coverings of Disney by stars

Entertainment 9 January, 2017

When the stars take back the classics of Disney, it often gives an amazing result! Ariana Grande, Kendji Girac, Selena Gomez … Discover their versions.

“Someday my prince will come …” Just a few words or a few notes to immediately recognize the songs that rocked the childhood of most of us: those of Disney cartoons . Unless you’ve suffered a power cut in the last few weeks, you should already be aware that a new film adaptation of La Belle et la Bête is set to be released in 2017! And the release of a new trailer that night during the Golden Globes where Emma Watson (Belle) pushes the song, the Drafting decided to revisit the best Disney repeatedly made by the stars! Lana Del Rey kendji girac through Bruno Mars Ariana Grande who chose her new single with Future and Selena Gomez found in our playlist of the week , they all lent to the game at least once. Discover our ten Disney favorites, both French and international!
Ariana Grande – “Zero To Hero” (Hercules)

Who better to replace Ariana Grande Muses on “Zero To Hero” ( “From zero to hero” in VF) in the cartoon Hercules? Frankly nobody. With her unique voice, the singer offers us one of the best covers of the Disney classics. The studio version, it is there !
Bruno Mars – “Part Of Your World”

The joking, for his fans in showcase, Bruno Mars did not hesitate to take the classic “Part Of Your World” ( “Go there” in VF) which is normally sung by Ariel in The Little Mermaid . This is one of the most revised titles in the Disney universe: Carly Rae Jepsen, Miley Cyrus in rock version, Jessie J … They’ve all taken over!
Jenifer – “The air of the wind” (Pocahontas)

With us too, Disney songs have been phenomenally successful for years! So much so that several compilations titled We Love Disney (1, 2, 3) are released to pay tribute to the work of the US studios. We love this version of “The Wind” sung by Jenifer Pocahontas would be proud of it!
Selena Gomez – “Cruella De Vil” (The 101 Dalmatians)

Having started his career at Disney, Selena Gomez has obviously played “corporate” by taking the title “Cruella De Vil” from the 101 Dalmatians. Apart from the couplets rather faithful to the original version, difficult to plunge back into the cartoon with this pop-rock version of Selena!
Kendji Girac – “Beautiful Night” (The Beautiful and the Tramp)

When it comes to resuming one of Disney’s most romantic songs, Kendji Girac naturally responds to the call. “Beautiful Night” will revive many memories to all fans of Lady and the Tramp.
Demi Lovato – “Let It Go”

Originally sung by Idina Menzel for The Snow Queen, “Let It Go” ( “Freed issued” ) is undoubtedly one of the finest musical success throughout Disney history. And Demi Lovato realized his dream by resuming his way this tube!
Lana Del Rey – “Once Upon A Dream”

On the occasion of the release of Evil movie that tells the story of Sleeping Beauty from another angle, Lana Del Rey was approached by Disney to resume “Once Upon A Dream” ( “I have dreamed ” ). The result is simply incredible. Dark, sublime and captivating, this recovery is without a hesitation of our favorites!
Zaho – “The Story of Life” (The Lion King)

Elected as Disney’s favorite children, The Lion King has poured many tears to his viewers. And the introductory song “The life history” is a classic! Precisely, Zaho decided to restore it to the taste of the day, with his voice imprint.
Ne-Yo – “Friend Like Me” (Aladdin)

A surprising recovery for Ne-Yo who grime in the Lamp Genie time to catch “Friend Like Me” ( “I am your best friend” ). After the book of the jungle and Beauty and the Beast, we would like to see Aladdin adapted in film!
Jason Derulo – “Can You Feel The Love Tonight”

Difficult to forget the original version of “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” ( “Love shines under the stars” ) Elton John but Jason Derulo succeeded! More modern and more sexy, this recovery should once again bring back memories of childhood home. What are your favorite Disney songs?