Hello, it's... Timon & Pumba? And Micy and Minnie? And Winnie the Pooh?
It very well could be and is, thanks to Brian Hull, who's attracted viral fame after recording Adele's smash hit, "Hello," in the voice of dozens of different Disney and Pixar characters.
"Hello from the other side," croons Lumiere from "Beauty & the Beast," while Mushu from "Mulan" and Snow White share a line. In total, 29 different characters make an appearance, including Bert from "Mary Poppins" and more minor characters, like Slinky from "Toy Story."
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And yes, characters from "Frozen" make an appearance, too: Olaf, everyone's favorite confused snowman, takes the very first line.
Talk about versatility.
This isn't the first time Hull, a vocal performance student, has delighted with cartoon impressions. His last video featured 21 different characters performing "Let it Go" from "Frozen." In that video, Hull brilliantly voices Dug from "Up" singing: "I don't care what they're going to — SQUIRREL."
Now that we're huge fans, we just want to hear this guy sing something in his own voice. More videos, please!