Ciara made her ‘Disney Singalong’ debut during ‘The Disney Holiday Singalong’ special on Nov. 30. The singer and mom-of-three brought holiday cheer with her rendition of a Christmas hit with her kids!
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Ciara is ready to get into the holiday spirit, just like the rest of us. The 35-year-old singer performed during The Disney Holiday Singalong and sang “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” with her adorable kids Future, 6, and Sienna, 3. Future and Sienna started out the performance by singing together, and it was cute beyond words.
They were soon joined by their mom. Ciara and her kids gave off a very Grease-like vibe with their adorable retro outfits. Ciara and Sienna matched in pink letterman jackets and skirts, while Future donned a black leather jacket. Ciara’s voice sounded incredible, and she ended the performance by getting a sweet kiss from her kiddos. Ciara was really feeling the pink — she had a pink Christmas tree in the background!
This is one of Ciara’s first performances since giving birth to her third child, Win, in July 2020. Win joins the Wilson family along with older siblings Future and Sienna. When Ciara announced Win’s birth, she also included a video of herself singing “Happy Birthday” to her newborn just after delivering him. As always, Ciara sounded amazing.
Ciara performed along with several other notable artists, including Katy Perry, Andrea Bocelli, BTS, Chloe x Halle, Adam Lambert, Julianne Hough, Derek Hough, Leslie Odom Jr., and more. Ryan Seacrest was back as the host of the singalong event. The Disney Holiday Singalong will be available the day after it airs via ABC on Demand or Hulu. You can get Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ for only $12.99 a month.
In addition to those performances, Disney Theatrical Production’s Broadway casts of The Lion King, Aladdin, and the North American Touring companies of Frozen returned to The New Amsterdam Theatre to sing a special performance of “Let It Go” from Frozen. It was the first time the casts had reunited since Broadway’s shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.