It made an instant star of Keala Settle after her incredible version of This Is Me but what about the other huge ballad from the film? Never Enough is the triumphant stage debut of the Swedish opera star Jenny Lind. Rebecca Ferguson memorably played the role on screen but did not provide the vocals for her showstopping number. These were dubbed by US singer Loren Allred. Watch her flawless live performance of the incredibly challenging song below. She made it through to the live shows before being knocked out in the Live Playoffs. Having heard her in action in the Greatest Showman, many are wondering how she has never become a major star. Incredibly, Allred not only performs the entire song live and without an autotune, she actually goes even higher on the final note. The internet has already been flooded with the usual versions of aspiring singers attempting the song but Allred effortlessly demonstates why she is untouchable.
Never Enough - Live
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Loren Allred born September 7, [ citation needed ] is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. Allred is the eldest daughter born to musician parents: her mother, Carol Ann Allred, is a classical soprano and voice teacher and her father, Brady R. In Loren was a contestant on season 3 of the television show The Voice and selected Adam Levine as her coach. Allred was eliminated after the first week of the live playoffs, tying for 13th place.
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