Brian Hull Shares Big News After His “Let It Go” Parody Video Goes Viral
Dallas Baptist University vocal performance major Brian Hull almost didn’t post the video that has gone viral since Friday. He says that a couple of voices still needed some polishing. It’s a good thing that he did because his parody of “Let It Go” with Disney and Pixar voices has now been viewed almost 7 million times!
22-year-old Hull is still astonished by the sudden fame and well-wishes from countries like Saudi Arabia. More astonishing is that Brian shared with us this morning the amazing news that he’s been invited by Disney to come out to their studios and audition for voice work!
He even stuck around to play No More Than 4 with us in one of the voices he can do. His voice of choice: King Julian from Madagascar! And of course, he got the answer right on the 2nd clue.
We wanted have a bit more fun with Brian’s voice talents, so we sent him through the drive thru at McDonalds. Check out the video John shot of Brian placing a McDonalds order as Mickey, Goofy, Winnie, and King Julian! Hilarious!