Earlier this week we began production on our annual holiday special for ABC, this year titled Disney Parks Frozen Christmas Celebration. Today we’re giving you the first look at what’s in store Christmas morning from the Disneyland Resort.
Train took the stage at Sleeping Beauty’s Winter Castle in Disneyland park to perform “Shake Up Christmas.”
Donald Duck met up with Patrick Monahan and Jimmy Stafford after the performance and we snapped this fun photo.
Trey Songz then delighted the audience with “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”
Daisy showed up to wish Trey Happy Holidays.
Over in Disney California Adventure park, Lucy Hale brought holiday cheer to Cars Land with her performance of “Mistletoe.”
Back at Disneyland park, Trisha Yearwood gave the audience a beautiful rendition of “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.”
Trisha met two of her biggest fans after her performance, Chip and Dale.
ABC News Senior Meteorologist Rob Marciano from GMA Weekend joins us as host from the Disneyland Resort this year, and he and his wife Eryn brought daughter Madeline along to meet Minnie Mouse for the first time.
Check back for updates about Disney Parks Frozen Christmas Celebration and don’t forget to tune in to ABC on Thursday, Dec. 25 at 10 a.m. ET, 9 a.m. in all other time zones (check local listings). You can also join the conversation by using the hashtag #DisneyParade.
AWWWW! Where can I meet Minnie Mouse in her adorable peppermint outfit?!
so I heard that this year no parade units were actually filmed in Disneyland, is this true? If so, why?
Trisha Yearwood is the only one I know out of this group. I think I’ll be doing a lot of fast forwarding. I will miss the parade portions that used to be filmed at Disneyland.
My wife and I are at Walt Disney World December 3-9. We have heard that taping is December 5 & 6. True? Are there any rumors as to who may be performing there?????
How exciting to have Trisha Yearwood there!!! Trisha Yearwood and Disney at the same time is like a dream come true!
Awesome photos! I love it when Disneyland appears on TV.
I also love the “magic” of television, when the show airs on Christmas Day, it is presented as if it’s all happening live back and forth between Disneyland and WDW resort. I’m sure that some viewers are fooled. 🙂
When will taping occur down at Walt Disney World?
oh man! I feel a little sorry for these folks! it was so hot on Saturday, it almost felt like summer! But yay for Christmas @ Disneyland! My favorite time of year!