Ariana Grande is as brilliant as a rose in the music video for “Beauty and the Beast,” the award-winning ballad from author Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman. The “Into You” vocalist collaborated with Oscar champ John Legend to play out the cherished two-part harmony for the soundtrack to Disney’s future real to life Beauty and the Beast, featuring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens.
The video discovers Grande, in a layered rose red outfit fit for a Disney princess, and Legend, wearing an adorned coat like the one worn by the sovereign, in Beast’s château playing out the main track amid Belle and Beast’s notable formal dance scene. Some of our most loved lifeless family unit things additionally show up, as do a troupe of moving flower petals. It’s simply supernatural.
The enchanting ballad, sung by Angela Lansbury in the 1991 film and performed by Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson on its soundtrack, got an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and a Grammy after its discharge in 1991. Initially, “Beauty and the Beast” wasn’t a ballad by any stretch of the imagination, however an uptempo pop-shake tune. In any case, once Lansbury marked on to the part of Mrs. Potts, she persuaded Menken and Ashman to revamp the song into something she felt more happy with singing. What’s more, the rest is Disney history.
Grande and Legend’s thought on the “tale as old as time” won’t be the main variant of the tune to show up on the soundtrack. Emma Thompson, as Mrs. Potts, plays out the anthem in the film with six-time Tony Victor Audra McDonald as Madame Garderobe.