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Peter Hollens and Whitney Avalon Unleash an Epic Disney Villains Medley

Sometimes, the villain gets the best song in a musical, even when it’s a Disney movie. It’s also become a tradition for the Disney villains to have their own showstopping number that allows the audience to see them as the vain and selfish monsters that they are…and still feel drawn to them. Now, seven of those vile-yet-compelling fiends have been given their own tribute video in the form of a Disney villains medley.

YouTube music sensation Peter Hollens collaborated with Whitney Avalon (Princess Rap Battles) for the new video, which also included a bit of cosplay. Hollens portrayed Scar from The Lion King as he belted out “Be Prepared,” before taking on Judge Claude Frollo’s “Hellfire” from The Hunchback of Notre Dame, as well as Dr. Facilier’s “Friends on the Other Side” from The Princess and the Frog.

Avalon arguably got the best songs in the medley, as she started with Ursula’s “Poor Unfortunate Souls” from The Little Mermaid, then stepped into the role of Mother Gothel from Tangled as she covered “Mother Knows Best” before adding a little crossplay while singing Jafar’s “Prince Ali Reprise” from Aladdin. For “Gaston” from Beauty and the Beast, Avalon portrayed LeFou and Hollens played the song’s titular narcissist.

It’s a very charming production, and it was especially fun to see the villains from other movies occasionally interacting with each other in this video. For more of Hollens’ music, you can check out his YouTube channel here. Avalon’s Princess Rap Battles can be found on her YouTube channel.

What did you think about the epic Disney Villains Medley video? Let us know in the comment section below!

Image: Peter Hollens and Whitney Avalon 

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