Queer Eye Stars Use The Greatest Showman to Inspire These Latest Makeovers

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Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Bobby Berk use “This Is Me - Reimagined” to inspire three makeovers.

Queer Eye stars Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Bobby Berk recently joined with VH1’s Save the Music Foundation to star in the music video for The Greatest Showman - Reimagined’s “This Is Me” from Atlantic Records.

In the video, four of the Fab Five use the song, recorded as part of The Greatest Showman Reimagined album, to help three high school students—Olivia Williamson, Timmy Lona, J’Shawn Gill—express themselves in a “Much More Than a Makeover” experience.

The Reimagined album takes Tony and Oscar winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul's songs from the movie musical and offers new takes from pop artists. The album dropped November 16 and features Waitress composer Sara Bareilles (singing “Tightrope”), Kelly Clarkson (on “Never Enough”), Brendon Urie (opening the album with “The Greatest Show” with Panic! at the Disco). The recording also features Missy Elliott and Kesha on the new rendition of “This Is Me” alongside original vocalist Settle.

VH1 Save the Music helps kids, schools, and communities realize their full potential through music.

Directed by Jared Hogan, the video was made by EP Katie Lambert, Producer Martha McGuirk, Commissioner Alex Bittan, Local Producer Johnny Starke, director of photography Josh Goleman, with first assistant director Johnny Starke, gaffer Scott Childers, sound recordist Ted Topi, wardrobe by Wlaa, style by April Rudy, hair by Heidi Bolwes, and production assistants JJ Corbier, Nick Stout, Trevor Turla. The video was edited by Hogan with colour by Jacob Mckee and colour producer Laurie Adrianopoli, featuring sound design by Christian Stropko.

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