Following the release of the film by less than a year, The Greatest Showman: Reimagined features covers of the 2017 musical's Billboard 200-topping soundtrack by marquee names in pop, R&B, rap, and country-pop. After opening with Panic! At the Disco's take on the carnival-barker anthem "The Greatest Show" (reprised later by Pentatonix), artists spanning P!nk, Years & Years, Zac Brown Band, and MAX and Ty Dolla $ign try their hand at selections, with the entire original track list represented. Elsewhere, Kelly Clarkson does an impressive version of Loren Allred's soaring ballad "Never Enough," and Kesha attempts "This Is Me," made famous by vocal powerhouse Keala Settle. A remix of the latter song featuring Settle, Kesha, and Missy Elliott is an album highlight, thanks especially to Elliott's contribution, which includes original raps.
AllMusic Review by Marcy Donelson