VIDEO: A Disney Princess Performed an Impromptu Concert!

Each time we head to the parks, we can’t wait to wave to the Disney Princess as they welcome everyone to Disney World!

Here come the princesses!

But, now you can actually listen to the voice behind your favorite princess perform in person for fans!

Newsweek shared a video of Lea Salonga, the voice behind princesses like Mulan and Jasmine, performing the hit song “Reflection” from Mulan live for an audience. At a restaurant, Salonga said along with a pianist to perform the Disney songs, as well as “A Girl Worth Fighting For” and “Honor To Us All.”


Disney fan ethan.akler shared a clip of her performance to TikTok as she begins to sing the first verse of “Reflection.” The restaurant quickly hushed to listen to her incredible performance as Salonga led into the chorus.

Lea Salonga

You can watch the TikTok of Lea Salonga singing down below! Warning: You might tear up a bit!


Broadway icon here. Mulan and Jasmine 🎤 #mulan #leasalonga #disney #sing #icon

♬ original sound – ethan.akler

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Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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One Reply to “VIDEO: A Disney Princess Performed an Impromptu Concert!”

  1. Hey. Love this blog and all of the features. I also get super frustrated with people who have to make negative and snarky comments about everything. I am not that guy, but I was kind of bummed out by the line about Lea Salonga’s talent growing since 2011 when she was inducted as a Disney Legend. Salonga has won an Olivier Award and was the first Asian to win a Tony. She has been a Broadway icon since her debut as Kim in Miss Saigon in 1989. I just felt that suggesting that she’s a developing talent really undercuts the significant career she has had for decades. Thanks for indulging my rant.