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Disney Songs Ranked by Karaoke Duet-Ability

It’s no secret that Disney songs are the best to belt out—in any given situation. Even more fun is pulling a friend or loved one onstage, and tearing up the karaoke scene with your favorite Disney tunes. With a little practice and mental synchronization, you will be the envy of every karaoke singer in the universe. We’ve put together a ranking of the best duet songs for you to rock on your way to karaoke fame:

10. “Once Upon a Dream” – Sleeping Beauty
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This one is a classic and a crowd pleaser, not to mention one of the most romantic duets ever. If you hit the right notes, everyone in the vicinity will be waltzing by the end of the song. Or at least trying to waltz, because it’s harder than it looks. See if you can get a group to sing the final chorus and you’ve got one magical Disney karaoke moment.

9 . “True Love’s Kiss” – Enchanted
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The song between Giselle and Prince Edward at the beginning of Enchanted is the perfect modern twist on classic royal love songs. It’s mostly Giselle singing, so you’ll really have to summon your inner Disney princess. Even though Prince Edward’s part is brief at the end, it is epic. Make sure to warm up those vocal chords for some trills and high notes.

8. “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?” – The Lion King
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The best part about this duet is that you and your karaoke partner can start by belting out Timon and Pumbaa’s intro and then switch over to sing as Simba and Nala. This will take commitment, but it will definitely make you and everyone listening feel the love.

7. “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” – Mary Poppins
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This song requires a lot of energy and you’ll really have to lean in to the characters. Make sure to take a deep breath. Accents are a must. Keep up with the fast paced lyrics, sound precocious, and most importantly, have fun.

6. “Start of Something New” – High School Musical
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Seeing as how Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez met for the first time when they were forced to sing this karaoke song at a party, it is perfect for a reenactment. Definitely throw in your own Wildcat flair with some well-timed dance moves.

5. “I See the Light” – Tangled
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This song is super romantic and perfect for a duet with your significant other. Even if you can’t sing harmonies, it will still come off as the most adorable karaoke moment of all time.

4. “Love is an Open Door” – Frozen
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This is for a duo with mental synchronization. There are lots of moments to bust out the Anna and Hans dance moves you learned from the movie and impress everyone around you.

3. “Rainbow Connection” – The Muppets
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What is more heartwarming than Miss Piggy and Kermit singing this song? Channel your inner Muppet and the entire room will be in the moment with you. Seriously, it’s impossible not to sing along.

2. “A Whole New World” – Aladdin
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This list wouldn’t be complete without the soaring, tumbling, freewheeling duet of Aladdin and Jasmine. Most Disney fans have probably belted this out in the comfort of their own homes, so why not add it to your karaoke repertoire as well?

1. “Hakuna Matata” – The Lion King
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Grab your BFF for this one. There is nothing like a Timon and Pumbaa duet to announce to the world your Disney fandom, your hilariousness, and your karaoke prowess.

What Disney songs do you like to sing at karaoke? Tell us in the comments!

Posted 5 years Ago
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