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You’ll never listen to the song the same way again. Maybe.
What does one do when one has a wicked talent of mimicking voices? Sing the now world-famous song Let It Go in the voices of famous Disney and Pixar characters, of course.
And then post a video of your epic performance on YouTube for everyone to marvel at your talent.
The talented guy is Brian Hull, whose video “Disney And Pixar Sings (sic) Let It Go” (recorded and produced by Seth O’Neal) has close to 10 million viewers since it was uploaded on March 14.
Hull’s impersonation of some of the characters like Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Dug (from Up), Captain Jack Sparrow (Pirates Of The Caribbean), Sebastian (The Little Mermaid), Roz (Monsters Inc.), Cogsworth (Beauty & The Beast) and Pumbaa (The Lion King) is spot on.
He also adds a few personal touches to his performance, which makes the video that much more interesting.
You can also watch the video here.
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