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Todrick Hall Performs Disney Evolution In Six-Minute Mashup — Watch

Wed, June 3, 2015 4:40pm EDT by Add first Comment

Todrick Hall is at it again! In his latest (ridiculously amazing) video feat, he’s going through the entire evolution of Disney movies–all in song!

YouTube sensation (and soon to be TV star) Todrick Hall is known for jaw droopingly incredible viral videos. His latest feat, which he released on June 2, holds up that reputation. Calling the mashup an “Evolution of Disney,” Todrick takes us through pretty much every Disney movie you can think of, doing the entire thing through the films’ signature songs, respectively. Yup, we’re talking everything from “When I See an Elephant Fly” to “Let It Go.” Watch the awesome put together now!


We start off way, way back with “Whistle While You Work” from, of course, 1937’s Snow White. Classic. Moving on to the next decade, Todrick then takes on 1940’s “I’ve Got No Strings” from Pinocchio (duh).

Moving on, Todrick sings, “When I See an Elephant Fly” from– you guessed it– Dumbo, taking us to 1941. Of course, you can’t even talk about Disney movies without mention of the 1950 classic Cinderella, and so Todrick puts down a jazz-infused “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-boo.”

Jumping ahead a few years to 1955, he takes on Lady and the Tramp‘s “He’s a Tramp” and, we must say, it is quite sexy. He even wraps himself in a red feather boa!

Then, it’s time to kick things into serious high gear. Of course, in this situation, that means The Little Mermaid‘s “Under the Sea” from 1989. Then, we gotta have some 1991 Beauty and the Beast. Specifically, “Be Our Guest.”

Because Todrickis such a genius, not every song is an obvious choice. Case in point: “I Put a Spell on You” from 1993’s Hocus Pocus, as well as High School Musical‘s “We’re All in this Together.” He also takes on “Stand Out Above the Crowd,” a super underrated classic from 1995’s The Goofy Movie.

Finally, though, we conclude the only way we can. Yup, frozen fractals, the cold, now they know, etc. Hey, we’ll stop singing it when it stops sounding so great!

Do you love Todrick’s mashup? What’s your favorite Disney song?

— Casey Mink