Niall Horan Covers Hannah Montana’s ‘Best of Both Worlds’

Niall Horan on Capital Radio

Former One Direction member Niall Horan covers Disney’s Hannah Montana theme song on Capital’s new series, Bedroom Covers.

Niall Takes Fans On A Trip Down Memory Lane

Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp is a popular UK-based radio show that hosts a myriad of celebrities. In a new series called Bedroom Covers, Capital intends on inviting guests to cover their favorite childhood songs. The official Capital Instagram account announced the new series last week on March 17th:

“Welcome to Bedroom Covers with Capital Breakfast! For this new series we’re getting artists to cover their fave theme tune from their childhood!”

In the minute and a half clip, Niall sings an acoustic version of the Hannah Montana theme song, “The Best of Both Worlds.”

To set the scene, the bedroom is decorated with all of our favorite childhood memories. Viewers can see everything from the Fresh Prince of Bellaire posters to the Britney Spears “Oops! I Did It Again” Tiger Beat magazine freebies. Additionally, scattered throughout are Miley Cyrus and Hannah Montana photos behind Niall. Fans had used these sneak peeks from Capital’s social platforms to guess at the theme of the new series. And true to their One Direction detective skills, some even guessed the Hannah Montana cover correctly correctly!

Check out the Disney throwback down below!

What’s In Store for Niall Horan in 2023?

If you haven’t heard, Niall dropped a new single, “Heaven,” back in February! Until then, we can look forward to hearing more from our favorite Irish singer when his new album, The Show, drops in June. Or you can find him on his first season on NBC’s The Voice. For any future updates, stay up to date on Music Daily to be the first to hear about about all things Niall Horan!

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