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Star-Studded Lineup Announced For Disney Sing Along TV Show

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Star-Studded Lineup Announced For Disney Sing Along TV Show

A huge line-up of stars has been announced for an epic Disney sing along.

American network ABC has revealed Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Alan Menken, Elle Fanning, Josh Groban, Darren Criss, Tori Kelly and Marcus Scribner will bust out some of the Mickey Mouse Corp's biggest and best songs.

The massive concert is aimed at providing some fun and hope during a difficult time and the artists will all be performing from home.

They'll be joined by the casts from High School Musical, Descendants, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series and Zombies, who will perform the classic 'We're All in This Together'.

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Pretty much everyone has signed on for that number, however star of HSM, Zac Efron, couldn't be reached in time. He will instead deliver a video message during the concert.

James Monroe Iglehart and the Broadway Company of Disney's Aladdin will come together to sing 'Friend Like Me'.

This latest slew of artists join the previously named celebrities who will be taking the limelight.

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They include Christina Aguilera, Erin Andrews, Bobby Bones, Michael Bublé, Kristin Chenoweth, Auliʻi Cravalho, Luke Evans, Jordan Fisher, Josh Gad, Derek Hough, Julianne Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba, Little Big Town, Donny Osmond, Thomas Rhett, Amber Riley and John Stamos.

Credit: Disney
Credit: Disney

Demi Lovato and Michael Bublé will sing 'A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes' from Cinderella, Ariana Grande will bust out 'I Won't Say I'm in Love' from Hercules, and Darren Criss will perform a rendition of 'I Wan'na Be Like You' from The Jungle Book.

Christina Aguilera will be singing 'Can You Feel the Love Tonight' from The Lion King, while Josh Gad, Luke Evans, and Alan Menken will do 'Gaston' from Beauty and the Beast.

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If you're a fan of Frozen, then you'll be pleased to know Thomas Rhett will take on the epic song 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman' while Amber Reilly will do 'Let It Go'.

The Disney Family Sing Along is on ABC on Thursday, April 16 in America.

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Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film

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