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Watch One Guy Sing Adele’s “Hello” as 30 Disney and Pixar Characters

Adele’s global smash hit “Hello” is one of those songs that’s an instant earworm: it gets stuck in your head and it’s easy to sing along to after only hearing it one or two times. It’s a pop ballad, so it’s serving its function properly, and if it comes on and we’re alone in the car, you know that vehicle is about to experience a passionate but off-key rendition.

However, if that happens to impressionist Brian Hull (who previously nailed it with a similar video about Frozen‘s “Let It Go”), it’ll sound like 30 more people in the car… or rather, 30 more characters, from the illustrious history of Disney and Pixar’s film catalogue.

In the video above, Hull tackles “Hello” while impersonating everybody from Minnie Mouse to characters from more contemporary releases like Zootopia. With 30 impressions crammed into one video, a reasonable viewer would expect a lot of them to be clunkers, but Hull definitely triumphs here more often than not. In particular, his attempts at The Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland, Mr. Smee from Peter Pan, Winnie The Pooh, and Mickey Mouse are spot on. His Goofy is also on point, and it reminded us of this hilarious Goofy-voiced cover of Evanescence’s “Bring Me To Life.”

If this pleases you, Hull has plenty more in the tank: His other videos include a rendition of “Hakuna Matata” from The Lion King sung by Winnie The Pooh, Eeyore, and Tigger, so check that out below, and your day really should be free of any worries.

Speaking of Disney, we spoke to the cast of Zootopia about the power of strong characters and storytelling:

Image: Brian Hull

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