The radio version featuring Ariana Grande was produced by Jason Nevins. It was released as a promotional single on 21 December The song is an updated cover of the original version, based on the song " Popular " from the musical Wicked. The album version of the song features vocals from Priscilla Renea , and features mature language. The single version replaces Renea with Ariana Grande , removes the mature language, and modifies the instrumental arrangement and tempo to create a version which heavily links to Mika's former hits, " Grace Kelly " and " We Are Golden ". The version with Ariana Grande is the main version which was officially released.
It is the eleventh track off her debut album. The song is an updated cover of the original version, as featured in the musical Wicked. The album version of the song features vocals from the original songwriter, Priscilla Renea, and features low-level expletives, as featured in Wicked. However, the single version removes Renea and replaces her with Grande, removes the expletives, and completely changes the instrumental arrangement and tempo, to create a version which heavily links to Mika's former hits, "Grace Kelly" and "We Are Golden". It peaked at 87 on the Billboard Hot The original version of the song was made available on Mika's third studio album, The Origin of Love , and features vocals from songwriter Priscilla Renea. This version is heavily based on the original from Wicked and uses a very rough tempo and instrumentation, to fit in with the theme of the album. However, for the track's release as a single, Mika decided to completely change the arrangement, and create something similar to his hit single "Grace Kelly". To do this, he enlisted the help of American actress and performer Ariana Grande, rewrote some of the lyrics to remove the expletives, changed the instrumentation and tempo, and reworked the song's structure.
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