Il Divo, renowned for its operatic pop style, consistently delivers theatrical performances that showcase their beautiful voices. In a unique twist, they covered the beloved Dolly Parton song “I Will Always Love You.”

Their rendition, performed in October 2014 in Hamburg, Germany, was met with tremendous acclaim, captivating audiences with their original interpretation of the timeless classic.

In 2003, Simon Cowell assembled the four-person quartet, scouring the globe to find the perfect members for the group. His efforts were fruitful, resulting in the formation of the vocal ensemble. The quartet comprises American tenor David Miller, Swiss tenor Urs Bühler, French tenor Sébastien Izambard, and German baritone Carlos Marin.

Cowell’s talent scouting endeavors also led to the discovery and signing of various musical ensembles and solo artists, including Susan Boyle, Leona Lewis, Fifth Harmony, and One Direction.

They are widely recognized as a “classical crossover ensemble,” blending classical and pop elements in their music. Il Divo has achieved numerous multilingual hits, including “Regresa a Mi” (Unbreak My Heart), originally performed by Toni Braxton, and “The Time of Our Lives,” a duet with Braxton that served as the anthem for the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Collaborating with esteemed musicians like Celine Dion, they have delivered memorable duets such as “I Believe In You” (Je crois en toi), featured on Dion’s 2005 album “On ne change pas.” In their 2018 album “Timeless,” titled “Hola,” they even offer a Spanish cover of Adele’s smash hit “Hello.” This performance is just one example of the quartet’s many remarkable achievements.

The trio delivered a rendition of Dolly Parton’s timeless classic “I Will Always Love You” during this performance. While Whitney Houston famously covered the song for the 1992 film “The Bodyguard,” it was originally penned and published by Parton in 1974. Starring alongside Kevin Costner, Houston’s rendition became iconic.

The film’s soundtrack, featuring hits like “I’m Every Woman,” received critical acclaim and won a Grammy for Album of the Year. Despite being made famous by two of the biggest female voices in entertainment, Il Divo infused the song with their own unique twist, as showcased in their stunning performance below: