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Wicked's 'Defying Gravity'

Created by Alma Barroca on 04 Nov 2019
Wicked's 'Defying Gravity'

In this collection you'll find all covers and alternative of the song 'Defying Gravity', from the hit musical 'Wicked'. Pictured: Idina Menzel, Broadway and West End's original Elphaba.

Original version, performed by Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel. Included in the Original Broadway Cast Recording of 'Wicked'. It represents the Broadway and the West End productions.

Translations:  Spanish German French 7 more

German version, performed by Lucy Sherer and Willemijn Verkaik. Included in the 'Wicked: die Hexen von Oz' cast recording.

Translations:  English Italian

A medley of the Dutch versions of 'No Good Deed' and 'Defying Gravity', performed by Willemijn Verkaik, the only actress to perform as Elphaba in 3 languages (Dutch, German and English).

Translations:  English

The cast of the TV series 'Glee' did a rendition of the song in the ninth episode of season 1, 'Wheels'. It's performed by both Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer) and Rachel Berry (Lea Michele). Their rendition can be found in the 'Glee: The Music, Volume 1' CD.

Translations:  Greek French German 3 more

American comedy duo Superfruit did a cover of the song in 2013.

Korean version of the song, never recorded in studio and not available in any official audio support.

Translations:  Transliteration English

Spanish version of the song, never recorded in studio and not available in any official audio support.

Translations:  English

British singer Beau Dermott included a cover of the song in her debut album, ''Brave'' (2017).

Portuguese version of the song, never recorded in studio and not available in any official audio support.

Translations:  English

YouTuber Malinda Kathleen Reese ran the original song in GoogleTranslate and found this humorous output.

Idina Menzel's solo rendition, released as a single in 2008.

Unofficial Polish version, by Studio Accantus.

Solo version by Rachel Tucker, who played Elphaba in the West End and on Broadway.

Translations:  Italian Portuguese

Solo version by Jemma Rix, who played Elphaba in Australia.

Translations:  Portuguese

Short version of the song, in Danish.

Translations:  English Italian

Japanese version of the song, performed by Hamada Megumi and Miyuki Numao, included in the original Japanese Cast Recording.

Translations:  Transliteration English
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