Disney"s long-awaited sequel to Finding Nemo is all around Dory, a blue tang with a memory disability who"s on a search to reunite via her household, who she has trouble remembering. So naturally, "Unforgettable" renders a perfect template song. However, apologies to Nat King Cole; children these days aren"t so significant on standards. Lucky for them, Ellen DeGeneres, the voice of the titular fish, dubbed in a favor and also acquired Sia to sing "Unforgettable" for Finding Dory.

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The tearjerker of a song is perfect for a tearjerker of a movie, which, as E! News mentioned, is nearly constantly the instance via Pixar movies. The singer quit by Ellen"s present to perform the song last month (dressed as a jellyfish, maybe?) and also the organize revealed that she"d personally asked her frifinish to cover the song. "I can not imagine anyone else doing this," Ellen told Sia after her performance. Sia confessed that "Dory"s story provides me teary," to which Ellen replied, "Dory"s story makes a lot of human being teary." Same. Only Pixar can make adults cry over a fish, a stuffed pet, or an imaginary marble-hoarding hybrid of a cat, an elephant, a dolphin, and a wad of cotton candy. I suppose, really.

Rumor has it that the song, written in 1951 by Irving Gordon, was initially titled "Unequivalent," however Gordon was asked to adjust it (good call). Nat King Cole taped the song in 1951, and also it was re-taped 40 years later on as a posthumous duet between the late Cole and also his daughter, Natalie, that went on to win 3 Grammy Awards in 1992 for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, and Tune of the Year. "Unforgettable" has actually garnered scores of covers over the years from the likes of jazz legfinish Dinah Washington, Rat Packer Sammy Davis, Jr., requirements crooner Johnny Mathis, and also the Gambler himself, Kenny Rogers. Heck, it could be simpler to compile a list of world who haven"t covered "Unforgettable;" also Jackie Chan and also Ani DiFranco tape-recorded a duet in 2003.

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So does this latest version measure up? The movie critics seem to think so. Rolling Stone and also Vulture both described Sia"s "Unforgettable" cover as "stunning," Spin referred to as the singer a "vocal powerresidence," and Elle dared its readers to "try to hold back the tears" while listening to it. MoviePilot.com"s D.C. Fenoff dubbed the "breathtaking" cover "the a lot of beautiful rendition I"ve ever before heard" and also suggested for an exception to the Academy"s ban on cover songs winning Oscars. That"s some pretty high praise.