Michael Bublé Heard Her on a Movie Soundtrack, Then Searched Her Out for a Duet

This story is like something out of, well, a movie. Michael Bublé said he heard this woman’s voice in a movie soundtrack and immediately had a “voice crush.” Once he found her, they recorded a duet for his next album.

Michael said he’d always loved the country classic, “Help Me Make It Through The Night.”  The song was originally written and recorded by Kris Kristofferson in 1970 but it was Sammi Smith’s recording later that year that is the best known. Michael said his version needed to be a duet and he wasn’t sure who the right partner would be. While watching the movie The Greatest Showman, he heard a voice that had been dubbed for one of the actresses and realized it was the one he wanted for his duet.

The woman was Loren Allred, who did a fantastic job on this duet and then went on to earn her fair share of fame and recognition afterward on her own. She has appeared on both The Voice and America’s Got Talent, and she accompanied Andrea Bocelli on his 2021 tour.

The chemistry between the two is mesmerizing and they definitely write a new chapter in this iconic song’s history. Watch the video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!

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