Cast of ‘The Lion King’ ‘Aladdin’ & ‘Frozen’ Team Up For EPIC Singalong!

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Last night was the premiere of the Disney Holiday Singalong, and it was a star-studded event! Filled with incredible performances and holiday cheer, the show added some much-needed pixie dust to the 2020 holiday season — for Disney fans, it was exactly what we needed in 2020!

Disney Broadway Singalong
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During the show, the Broadway cast members of Disney’s The Lion King, Aladdin, and the touring company of Frozen all joined their voices together to bring us an incredible rendition of “Let it Go”. “Let is Go,” as you probably already are aware, is the mega-hit song from Frozen.

Broadway has been hit hard during the pandemic. And, while the performers may not be able to share their talents with an audience full of people, it was great to watch them perform from home. Truly heartwarming! The best part about this special performance is the change of lyrics that perfectly touched on the importance of family this holiday season.

Broadway Disney Singalong
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According to Playbill.com They gave us a full rundown of the incredible performers who gave their talents to this amazing performance.

 Led by Caroline Bowman and Aisha Jackson, the number also included Tracee Beazer, Austin Colby, Lindiwe Dlamini, Olivia Donaldson, Bongi Duma, Nicholas Edwards, April Holloway, Ben Jeffrey, Nina LaFarga, Telly Leung, Isabelle McCalla, Paul HeeSang Miller, Kyle Mitchel, Nteliseng Nkhela, Amber Owens, Adam Perry, John Riddle, Ann Sanders, Dennis Stowe, L. Steven Taylor, and Nicholas Ward.

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You can watch the entire performance here, although we must warn you, you may be singing “Let it Go” for the rest of the day!

This performance is so much fun, and we absolutely love the Disney Holiday Singalong sign on the theater at the beginning! You can feel the excitement and joy coming from the cast who is giving their best even though it is not a live audience they are singing to.

We hope that these performers can get back on stage with an audience soon, and we would love to be in that audience!

What did you think of the performance? Let us know in the comments!

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