Kristen Bell and Jimmy Fallon Make Disney History with a Magical Song


Kristen Bell and Jimmy Fallon just served some all out Disney enchantment.

During Tuesday’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the on-screen character and the host collaborated to play out the “Historical backdrop of Disney Songs”— an epic mashup of tracks from the entirety of your preferred enlivened works of art, spreading over from 1937’s Snow White right to Frozen 2, which hits theaters one week from now.

To begin things off, the pair went with the exemplary “When You Wish Upon A Star” from 1940’s Pinocchio (which, on the off chance that you missed it, is getting a real to life redo). Next came “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” from Mary Poppins pursued by Snow White’s “Heigh-Ho” and The Jungle Book’s “The Bare Necessities.”

Bouncing forward a couple of decades, Fallon had an independent minute when he sang “Under The Sea” from 1989’s The Little Mermaid. At that point, Bell took every last bit of her Disney princess preparing and belted out “Some portion Of Your World” with a little wind. “In any case, Jimmy,” she sang. “I wanna be the place the individuals are!”

The enchantment got wrenched up considerably higher when the two hopped onto a strict enchantment cover a la Aladdin and sang “A Whole New World.”

Obviously, this wouldn’t be a genuine Disney tribute on the off chance that they didn’t likewise incorporate the forms of these works of art that were secured by music symbols. Chime and Fallon flaunted their vital impressions of Céline Dion and Peabo Bryson when singing “Excellence and the Beast,” and afterward it was the ideal opportunity for Elton John and The Lion King.