I’m Singing on Good Morning America Thursday Morning

My body clock is pretty messed up right now. I had an early morning call time at Disneyland this morning (3am) for a dress rehearsal for this segment that Good Morning America is airing tomorrow (Thursday) on the 50th Anniversary of It’s A Small World. I’ll be singing with the Disney Employee Choir.


Here I am in my costume for the performance. I get to wear a Tower of Terror outfit! So much fun! Anyways, I don’t have a lot of time to post today and my brain is fried. However, if you decide to watch Good Morning America on ABC tomorrow or DVR the show, I believe our segment happens somewhere near 8:30am EDT/PDT. If you’re looking for me, I’ll be in the back row on the right side of the choir. I’m in a row of 3 guys (with me in the center). My row is close to the It’s A Small World sign at Disneyland. I don’t know if this makes any sense. However, it’s the best description I can give.

I’ll be back either tomorrow of Friday with a full report.




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