For those of you easily entranced by people speaking/singing as your favorite Disney character, well, you are in luck.
Impressionist Brian Hull used over thirty different characters from Disney and Pixar movies for a cover of Adele's "Hello."
Hull kicked the song off as Olaf from Frozen, changing things up quickly as he impersonated Burt from Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast's Gaston, and even some new faces from Zootopia.
This isn't Hull's first rodeo; in 2014 he covered Idina Menzel's uber-popular single, "Let it Go" from Frozen, using over 21 different voices (since then, the video has racked up over 24 million views since then).
At the time, Hull was a 22-year-old vocal performance major at Dallas Baptist University. He created the video and entered it into a contest to win a $100 Disney gift card.
“The night before I submitted my video, I was having second thoughts about how good it was, so I posted it to my Facebook, just so I could get honest feedback from my friends,” Hull told the Examiner back in 2014.
“The next thing I know, they shared it over 200 times and now, the video has over a half million views in a day and a half.”
Hull put the video together with a little help from his friends, and a lot of encouragement from his mom ("she really pushed me to do it," he said).
“I’ve been doing impressions all my life, so I thought, ‘why not put it to work?’"
Hull wanted his work to stand out, and though it was a little more exhausting to impersonate so many characters in just one song, he believed it was worth it.
"With so many covers of 'Let it Go' coming out, people may forget the original Disney magic that this song has, so what better way to preserve that magic with other Disney and Pixar characters singing the song!"
Give it a listen. We're pretty sure you'll be hooked.