If you think writer/director Craig Brewer has his work cut out for him helming the upcoming 'Footloose' remake, then that arguably goes double for Blake Shelton.

During a recent interview with AOL's The Boot, Shelton talked about how he got picked to cover the iconic title track by Kenny Loggins and the privilege that comes with it. As to how he went about tackling Loggins' original, Shelton said:
There are two ways to bring back a song: one is to try to make it your own, and in this instance, you have to remove yourself from it and step into the role of what's best for the movie and that particular scene. There's really only one way to approach it when you think of it that way: a fun, uptempo, catchy version just like Kenny Loggins did.
Head over to AOL's The Boot to hear the song for yourself and click through to compare it with Loggins' original.
Footloose
PG-132011
Based on 35 critics

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