Disenchanted clip finally unveils first new song in Enchanted sequel

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A new clip from Disenchanted has finally revealed the first song from the Enchanted sequel, which is due to be released on Disney+ this Friday (November 18).

The marketing for the long-awaited follow-up to the 2007 film has kept the musical numbers under wraps so far, but Disney released a clip from the upcoming feature to its social media channels yesterday, showcasing the song ‘Even More Enchanted’.

The one-minute clip shows Amy Adams’ Giselle and stepdaughter Morgan (Gabriella Baldacchino) completing their move from Manhattan to Monroeville, a relocation that the 16-year-old initially struggles with.

Giselle attempts to reassure Morgan, breaking into song as she recalls her past experiences of being a fish out of water.

The sequel, which is being directed by Adam Shankman (Rock of Ages and Hairspray), sees Giselle uproot her family as she grows tired with life in the city. After moving to sleepy suburbia in search for a life more akin to a fairy tale, Giselle turns to the magic of Andalasia in a bid to make her happy.

However, after "accidentally transforming the entire town into a real-life fairy tale and placing her family’s future happiness in jeopardy," Giselle embarks in a race against time to reverse the spell and determine what happily ever after truly means to her and her family.

Co-starring alongside Adams and Baldacchino will be Maya Rudolph, Idina Menzel and James Marsden, with Patrick Dempsey returning as Giselle's husband, Robert.

The actor recently said reprising the role was "completely freeing" due to the "larger than life" production, with the star enjoying the musical and dance numbers.

"Learning the lyrics and the dance was an extraordinary experience and something I'd never done before," he said to media. "It was nice to be in the fairytale world for a while. I don't get that opportunity and I really loved it."

Disenchanted will be released on Disney+ on November 18.

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