Little Big Town and Thomas Rhett’s Kids Join Them for Fun-Filled Disney Family Singalong [Watch]


If you have children and you missed ABC’s Disney Family Singalong, you truly missed a fun, interactive family event as some of the music industry’s most beloved entertainers sang Disney classics for viewers, encouraging the audience to sing along. And while each performance was special, Little Big Town and Thomas Rhett provided two of the most magical moments, thanks to a little help from their kids.

The members of Little Big Town appeared from their respective kitchens to sing “A Spoonful of Sugar” from Mary Poppins. Sounding “practically perfect in every way,” Kimberly Schlapman kicked off the song in her cozy kitchen before Karen Fairchild and Jimi Westbrook popped in for the chorus from their gorgeous galley. Phillip Sweet came in on the second verse in his own classic cucina.

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It’s then that adorableness gets out of control Kimberly’s sweet girls, Daisy and Dolly (appropriate in Minnie Mouse ears), Karen and Jimi’s handsome son Elijah, and Phillip’s precious daughter, Penelope, collaborate on the chorus. Jimi and Karen take the second verse, filling it with delicious harmonies before the chorus bounces back with a fun family free-for-all.

Thomas Rhett had “help” from his oldest daughters, Willa Gray and Ada James, from the very start as he tackled a song we’re sure he’s heard a gazillion times — “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman” from Frozen.

Sitting on a porch swing at the family home, Thomas did the heavy lifting when it came to performing with Willa and Ada more interested in showering Daddy with fistfuls of snowy confetti. However, they did add delighted giggles that added a truckload of charm to their backyard concert.

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There’s no word on if or when the show will re-air, but with a resounding show of support on social media, we’re hopeful.