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Frozen takes over Disney Parks with ABC's Christmas Celebration



This year's Christmas Day Parade gets a new twist when the characters of the hit musical "Frozen" takes over the park of Disneyland. Renamed the “Disney Parks Frozen Christmas Celebration,” the show will air on ABC on Christmas morning (check your local listings for showtimes).


“Good Morning America,” host Robin Roberts will lead the telecast from Walt Disney World Resort in Florida with Tim Tebow, Rob Marciano from Disneyland Resort, Sarah Hyland of  “Modern Family” from Hawaii. 

Highlights from the show include:
• Ariana Grande will regale Walt Disney World Resort guests with her new Christmas single “Santa Tell Me” and the Christmas tradition “Last Christmas”
• Prince Royce adds to the merriment with “I Want to Wish You a Merry Christmas/Feliz Navidad”
• The spotlight also will shine on special performances from the X Factor USA third and final season winners Alex and Sierra singing “Love is an Open Door” from “Frozen”
• Yuletide cheer will be brought to the Hawaiian Islands by Gavin DeGraw, performing his latest single “Fire” and the holiday standard “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”
• Laura Marano, of Disney Channel’s “Austin & Ally,” entertains viewers with her version of “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” as posed by Princess Anna in “Frozen”
• Trey Songz, Lucy Hale and Train will serenade audiences at Disneyland Resort in California with holiday favorites such as “All I Want for Christmas is You,” “Mistletoe,” and “Shake Up Christmas”
• Country music superstar Trisha Yearwood will perform her hit single, “Prizefighter,” and the holiday classic, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”

Holiday characters expected to celebrate the festive day are:
 The “Frozen” stars Elsa and Anna and Olaf,  Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty, characters from Big Hero 6 , The National Cheerleaders Association and National Dance Alliance Performance Cheer Team, Boys and Girls Club National Youth of the Year winner, Maryah Sullivan and Santa.

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