‘Finding Dory’ to Feature Sia Singing ‘Unforgettable’

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Sia Finding Dory

Disney•Pixar announced Sia will sing the classic song “Unforgettable” during the animated film Finding Dory‘s end credits. Sia will first perform the song, written by Irving Gordon back in 1951, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show which makes perfect sense as DeGeneres provides the voice of Dory the forgetful blue tang in the sequel to Finding Nemo.

“Dory’s story makes me teary,” stated Sia, commenting on her involvement. “When Ellen asked me, I couldn’t refuse!”


“In the same way Robbie Williams did his own unique twist on a classic song for Finding Nemo, Sia captures the soulful truth of the Nat King Cole classic ‘Unforgettable,’ and makes it all her own,” said director Andrew Stanton. “They are a perfect complement to one another, just like the two films.”

The Finding Dory soundtrack will be available on June 17, 2016.

The Finding Dory Plot: Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory welcomes back to the big screen everyone’s favorite forgetful blue tang Dory (voice of Ellen DeGeneres), who’s living happily in the reef with Marlin (voice of Albert Brooks) and Nemo (voice of Hayden Rolence). When Dory suddenly remembers that she has a family out there who may be looking for her, the trio takes off on a life-changing adventure across the ocean to California’s prestigious Marine Life Institute, a rehabilitation center and aquarium. In an effort to find her mom (voice of Diane Keaton) and dad (voice of Eugene Levy), Dory enlists the help of three of the MLI’s most intriguing residents: Hank (voice of Ed O’Neill), a cantankerous octopus who frequently gives employees the slip; Bailey (voice of Ty Burrell), a beluga whale who is convinced his biological sonar skills are on the fritz; and Destiny (voice of Kaitlin Olson), a nearsighted whale shark. Deftly navigating the complex inner workings of the MLI, Dory and her friends discover the magic within their flaws, friendships and family.

Watch Sia Perform ‘Unforgettable’

Rebecca Murray

Rebecca Murray

Editor in Chief at Showbiz Junkies
Journalist covering the entertainment industry for 18+ years, including 13 years as the first writer for About.com's Hollywood Movies site. Member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Alliance of Women Film Journalists, and President of the San Diego Film Critics Society.
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