Disney Storytime is back to bring some magic to your day! The ongoing video series of storybook readings continues with none other than Princess Jasmine herself.
Disney Legend Lea Salonga is the newest Disney star to host Disney Storytime, an online reading project from Walt Disney Animation Studios that features children’s books read by Disney personalities.
“Every page a surprise. You’ll treasure this Jasmine tale from ‘5 Minute Princess Stories’ as read by Lea Salonga,” said Disney on their social media post.
The Broadway star started her Disney Storytime by a refreshing rendition of the iconic “A Whole New World” from Aladdin which won Best Original Song at the 65th Annual Academy Awards.
Lea then read “A Proper Princess”, a five-minute tale about Princess Jasmine.
Aside from providing the singing voice of Princess Jasmine from “Aladdin,” the Disney star also sang Mulan to life and gave us anthems such as “Reflection” from the movie.
Voice actresses of other Disney Princesses have also joined “Storytime,” with Paige O’Hara (Belle), Auli’i Cravalho (Moana), and Jodi Benson (Ariel) have read their stories already. and you can watch them all here.
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Aside from lending her voice to princesses and reading children’s books, Lea is also quite busy helping fight the COVID-19 in the county. She is one of the stars that participated in the online Bayanihan Musikahan that raised two million pesos for Filipino frontliners fighting the pandemic and as the vulnerable urban poor.