ABC’s Disney Family Singalong returned this Mother’s Day bringing a brand new roster of celebrities to belt their hearts out to their favourite Disney songs. This time round Halsey sported red hair and sang Little Mermaid basic “Part of Your World,” John Legend and Jennifer Hudson crooned “Beauty and the Beast,” and Josh Gad recreated Frozen 2’s earworm, “When I Am Older.”
But one of the best efficiency of the night time simply goes to Keke Palmer and the dancers of Dancing With the Stars, who banded collectively to recreate the show-stopping halfway quantity from Hercules, “Zero to Hero.” Within the context of the film, the Muses sing the tune when Hercules transitions from wimpy no person to acclaimed hero. He’s buff now! He saves lives! He has a merch deal!
As Palmer belts the track in a really Muse-like gown, the Dancing With the Stars forged does some spectacular costume adjustments and dance films. Sidebar — how most of the Dancing With the Stars forged are quarantining collectively?
This comes proper on the heels of the announcement of a live-action Hercules — and proper after Ariana Grande’s beautiful efficiency of “I Won’t Say I’m In Love.” Could we be watching casting for this unfold past our very eyes?
(Wrong Disney film, however you get my drift).
Other notable performances of the night time embrace Katy Perry wearing an elephant costume and crooning “Baby Mine” from Dumbo to her canine (additionally wearing an elephant costume) towards a montage of Disney mothers and Disney mom-figures (the latter crucial since a great deal of Disney heroes simply … don’t have mothers).
Anika Noni-Rose — aka Princess Tiana herself — did a rendition of Princess and the Frog’s “Almost There” with R&B duo Chloe x Halle (Halle is enjoying Ariel within the upcoming dwell motion Little Mermaid), reminding us all simply how underrated the music in Princess and the Frog is.
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