Thomas Rhett’s daughters Willa and Ada as ‘Frozen’ princess to crash Disney sing-along set

Well, Disney carried you all together for a family sing-along special on ABC yesterday. It is the best time when Disney has planned this event as all of us at home and can enjoy the program. This epic event gathered your little ones and loves ones of all ages and made your night magical with music and memories.

The American singer and songwriter Thomas Rhett performed yesterday that is on 16th April 2020 for the Disney family sing along with his two daughters Willa, four years old, and Ada, two years old. The exciting thing is that the way they performed was gorgeous. Why the public found this performance amazing has many reasons.

Both of the daughters, Willa and Ada, were channeled as the most famous ‘Frozen’ princesses Elsa and Anna. The dressing of Willa Gray and Ada James crashed their father’s performance, which came to pass on the family’s front patio. Thomas Rhett performed the song ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman?’ from the Disney collection ‘Frozen.’ Willa and Ada wore the fitted gowns similar to the characters Elsa and Anna and looked too charming, which was just one of the dozens featured on yesterday’s display. They sang along the song with their dad. Three of them sprayed some caramel into the air to make the audience feel snow everywhere, accompanied by a bucket of snow.

Thomas Rhett and many other singers and performers were featured, including Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Christina Aguilera, Darren Criss, and more by the Disney Family Sing-Along to showcase Disney Classics from their homes. The principal motive of organizing this program was maintaining distance during quarantine but enjoying the evening with different performances to make a distraction for the viewers. The most significant moment happened when the cast of high school music- including Zac Effron! Brought together for a version of ‘We’re all in this together’ virtually.

The surprise performance of the show was – the only Beyonce kicked the virtual concert off with a surprise performance of ‘ When You Wish Upon A Star’ and created a special shout out to first responders fighting the spread of coronavirus. He dedicated this song to all the healthcare workers who were working tirelessly to keep all healthy and safe. He appreciated all those people behind, making us fit and fine.

Thomas Rhett, with his wife Lauren Akins, has recently announced on 11th February 2020 about their newborn baby Lenon including lovely pictures of Willa and Ada kissing and hugging their new addition to the family. But the saddest thing is that all of them have been quarantined along with the new born baby.

The Disney Family sing-along is an all-star variety event that features and welcomes celebrities and their families singing Disney classics to maintain the safety of their homes. The most cherished performers of this program cover Christina Aguilera, Erin Andrews, Bobby Bones, Kristin Chenoweth, Luke Evans, Jordan Fisher, Derek Hough, Josh Gad, Julianne Hough, Donny Osmond, Carri Ann, Amber Riley, John Stamos, Elle, and the list continues. Thomas Rhett is one of the famous and talented performers in Disney family sing-along.

Thomas Rhett has fans across the country. So all the fans will be excited to see him rock on the stage. But in this case, as Thomas performed ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman?’, it becomes a family song, so he wanted to show his two elder daughters by making them look like exact princess Elsa and Anna.

Wife Lauren and Thomas Rhett adopted Willa Gray in May 2017 when Lauren was pregnant with Ada, and just two months later, Ada was born. They again announced the good news of coming to another baby in July 2019. Though Thomas was defeated to know that another baby girl is coming to his family, yesterday he proved that he is a happy and proud father of three daughters.

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