Hairspray is a 2007 musical film based on the 2002 Broadway musical of the same name. It is also a musicalized remake of the original 1998 film written and directed by John Waters. The film follows an overweight and charismatic teenager named Tracy as she pursues stardom on a local television show and rallies against racial segregation.

The film stars John Travolta, Michelle Pfieffer, Christopher Walken, Amanda Bynes, James Marsden, Queen Latifah, Brittaney Snow, Zac Efron, Elijah Kelly, Allison Janney, and Nikki Blonsky, and features music written and composed by songwriting team March Shaiman and Scott Wittman. All actors did their own singing for the film.

Cast and charactersEdit

Songs and musical numbersEdit

All songs written and composed by March Shaiman and Scott Wittman.

  1. "Good Morning Baltimore" - Tracy
  2. "The Nicest Kids in Town" - Corny and Council Members
  3. "It Takes Two" - Link (Zac Efron)
  4. "(The Legend of) Miss Baltimore Crabs" - Velma and Council Members
  5. "I Can Hear the Bells" - Tracy
  6. "Ladies' Choice" - Link
  7. "The Nicest Kids in Town (Reprise)" - Corny and Council Members
  8. "The New Girl in Town" - Amber, Tammy, Shelley, and The Dynamites
  9. "Welcome to the '60's" - Tracy, Edna, The Dynamites, and Hefty Hideaway Employees
  10. "Run and Tell That" - Seaweed, Little Inez, and Detention Kids
  11. "Big, Blonde, and Beautiful" - Motormouth
  12. "Big, Blonde, and Beautiful (Reprise)" - Edna, Velma
  13. "(You're) Timeless to Me" - Wilbur, Edna
  14. "I Know Where I've Been" - Motormouth and Company
  15. "I Can Wait" - Tracy (deleted song)
  16. "Without Love" - Link, Tracy, Seaweed, Penny, and Detention Kids
  17. "(It's) Hairspray" - Corny and Council Members
  18. "You Can't Stop the Beat" - Tracy, Link, Penny, Seaweed, Edna, Motormouth, and Company
  19. "Come So Far (Got So Far to Go)" - Queen Latifah, Zac Efron, Nikki Blonsky, Elijah Kelley (end credits)
  20. "Mama I'm a Big Girl Now" - Ricki Lake, Melissa Jaret Winokur, and Nikki Blonsky with Harvey Ferstein (end credits)
  21. "Cooties" - Aimee Allen (end credits)