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Watch Now: Beauty & the Beast Music Video With Ariana Grande and John Legend
Can't wait to head to the cinemas.
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Four days before the world premiere of the film Beauty and the Beast, the complete music video of its most popular soundtrack, also titled "Beauty and the Beast," has officially been released on Freeform, featuring Ariana Grande and John Legend.

The song was composed by Alan Menken and written by Howard Ashman in 1991 as the theme song for the animated feature film Beauty and the Beast, Walt Disney's 30th. Angela Lansbury first recorded the ballad, which was sung by the character Mrs. Potts in the movie. In the same year, Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson recorded a pop duet version and released it as a single. The song won Best Original Song at the Golden Globes and the Oscars, as well as Best Song Written for Visual Media at the Grammy Awards.

The modern duet is definitely breathtaking, and the perfect teaser to get fans on a high just before the live action remake of the '90s classic starts showing in Manila on March 16. 

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