Michael Bublé’s duet with Loren Allred on “Help Me Make It Through The Night” is one of the best covers of the song.

In 2018, Michael Bublé released a heartfelt cover of Kris Kristofferson’s “Help Me Make It Through The Night,” featuring the talented American singer Loren Allred. Known for her success with The Greatest Showman, Allred was the perfect choice for this beautiful duet.

Michael Bublé described the song as being about two needy people who struggle on their own. The song’s sad undertone makes it ideal for a duet, and Bublé and Allred’s voices blend perfectly to bring the lyrics to life. Their collaboration highlighted the song’s emotional depth, making it feel truly meant for two voices. You can watch their amazing performance, along with Bublé’s commentary, in the video below:

Loren Allred’s rise to fame and her opportunity to perform with Michael Bublé can be credited to her work on The Greatest Showman. Her performance of “Never Enough” in the musical was a hit, earning platinum certification and reaching number 88 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Since then, she has released her own EP titled *Late Bloomer* and tours regularly with Andrea Bocelli.

Michael Bublé’s soft, distinctive voice has made him a master of covering beloved classics throughout his career. Some of his biggest hits are reworks of popular songs, including Frank Sinatra’s “Come Fly With Me.” Bublé’s big break came in 2000 when he was introduced to producer David Foster after performing at the wedding of the former Canadian Prime Minister’s daughter.

Loren Allred has also competed in talent shows, auditioning for Britain’s Got Talent in 2022 and finishing in ninth place. Despite Simon Cowell’s surprise at her competing, given her success with “Never Enough,” Allred explained that she had preferred to stay behind the scenes but was now ready to step into the spotlight and become a more prominent musical figure.

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