Disney Parks Christmas Celebration: Ariana Grande, Jason Derulo and More Performing (VIDEO)


The magic of the holiday season hits the “happiest place on earth” when Disney Parks celebrates it’s annual Christmas parade for the 32nd year. The special, Disney Parks Unforgettable Christmas Celebration, is set to air on Christmas morning and will be hosted by Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts. Former NFL player Jesse Palmer will serve as the parade correspondent and Pretty Little Liars‘ Janel Parrish will be the music correspondent.

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Music industry legend David Foster will also gather a multitude of artists singing a mix of Christmas carols, updated Disney classics and original songs. The star-studded roster of performers include:

  • Ariana Grande, singing “Zero To Hero” and “Focus”
  • Jason Derulo, singing “Can You Feel The Love Tonight”
  • Andy Grammer, singing “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “Honey I’m Good”
  • Seal, singing “This Christmas” and “Every Time I’m With You”
  • Reba McEntire, singing “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” and “Going Out Like That”
  • Charlie Puth, singing “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” and “One Call Away”
  • Tori Kelly, singing “Winter Wonderland” and “Colors of The Wind”
  • Charles Perry, singing “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and “World Of My Own/Ev’rbody Wants to Be a Cat”
  • The Descendants cast (Dove Cameron, Cameron Boyce, Booboo Stewart, Sofia Carson), singing “Rotten To The Core”

Aside from these performances, Disney will air stories from three real-life families who have special connections to Disney Parks, and actors and actresses from various Disney films will share their favorite Parks memories. And, of course, floats of beloved Disney movies, like Toy Story, Pirates of the Caribbean, Frozen, and Inside Out will be showcased in the Disney Christmas Parade.

Watch the video above of Ariana Grande to get a taste of the festivities to come.

Disney Parks Unforgettable Christmas Celebration, Friday, Dec. 25 at 10am/9c on ABC.