Actress Auli’i Cravalho is the voice behind the title character of Disney’s Moana. The 16-year-old had the crowd in awe when she sang the animated film’s theme song, “How Far I’ll Go,” at the Oscars.
However, the Moana star is just as impressive even when she’s not entertaining crowds in such a grand scale. People were equally charmed when she sang with Claire Ryann Crosby, a four-year-old girl who’s already risen to popularity as a YouTube sensation.
Auli'i Cravalho also resembles Moana.
Claire and her dad Dave got people’s attention when they covered “See the Light” from Disney’s Tangled. Claire and her dad sang the song in perfect pitch. Moreover, the video was beautifully shot, as it recreated the lantern scene from the film.
Claire and her dad are musical buddies.
The video of the song cover became viral. The father-and-daughter duo — who are based in Seattle, Washington — got invited to appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Disney fan Claire wears her Moana costume.
As a special treat to Claire, Auli’i was also there to meet her. Dave is shown leading Claire to a 3D Moana cardboard cutout. Claire didn’t know that Auli’i was actually hiding behind the life-size cardboard cutout.
Listening to Auli’i and Claire will make your day.
Claire is set to appear in the live action version of The Little Mermaid. It so happens that one of Claire’s earliest song covers is the movie’s theme song, “Part of Your World.”
Good job, girls! Good job, dad!
Still can’t get enough of Claire’s Disney covers? Check out more of them below.
Claire and her dad’s viral breakthrough: “See the Light” from Tangled.
Here’s Claire crooning “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” from Toy Story.
Claire covers “Reflection” from Mulan.
Claire does her version of the theme from Beauty and the Beast.
You can also log on to the Claire and her family’s YouTube channel.
Japanese Guy Makes Action Figures Come to Life in Amazing Photos
This photographer’s action figures come to life in funny and awesome scenarios.
A little confession: I recently rekindled my love for action figures. Sure, I’ve always loved superheroes but it’s only recently that I started collecting toys with my son. And we’re actually having a blast! I get to introduce my boy to my favorite heroes and villains plus we get to play with the toys during our free time.
So imagine my joy and thrill when I stumbled upon the work of Japanese photographer who goes by the name Hot.kenobi on the internet. His stuff is phenomenal and mind-blowing!
Based in Osaka, Japan, this awesome guy creates scenes and stories using his action figures and then captures them on camera. He has everything from Marvel and DC Comics characters, to Star Wars and even Street Fighter.
This Most Expensive House In LA County Could Be The Beckhams’ New Home
Could The Manor be the Beckhams’ new place of residence?
The Beckhams have reportedly put up their $40-million property in Bel-Air for sale. And now, rumor has it that the family is considering buying the most expensive house in Los Angeles county, The Manor.
Everyone is wondering if the LA Manor will be the new resident of the Beckhams. The mansion as 123 rooms and is being offered for sale at a whopping $200 million.
According to the Daily Star, Victoria and David Beckham have their eyes set on the mansion.
15 Facts About Will Smith That Most People Don’t Know About
The guy is really smart!
Everyone knows his name as he starred in several movies that a lot of people loved such as "The Pursuit of Happyness," "Men in Black" and "Hitch." Will Smith is a big name in the entertainment industry and is even considered as one of the most beautiful people in the world by People Magazine.
You see him in big movies but there are just some bits of information that not a lot people know about this A-list actor.
Here are 15 surprising facts about Will Smith:
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