Guy Sings Epic Version Of Adele's 'Hello' Using Voices Of Disney Characters


OK, calling it right now: This guy who sings "Hello" in nearly 30 different Disney and Pixar character voices is straight-up a wizard.

That's the only explanation. How else could he perfectly replicate the voice of Winnie the Pooh, Gaston, the shark from "Finding Nemo" and Snow White all in one song? WIZARDRY, I SAY!

The wizard's name is actually Brian Hull, and he gained popularity two years ago on YouTube for his impressions of Disney characters singing "Let It Go."

The voice artist from LA now has even more impressions, mostly of animated characters from Disney and Pixar, on his YouTube channel.

Needless to say he straight-up slays Adele's "Hello." Highlights include his flawless transitions from Slinky Dog to Hamm from "Toy Story" and Winnie to Tigger from "Winnie the Pooh" and, of course, the grande finale with Goofy's heartfelt "anymore" and classic Goofy chuckle.

What I'm most impressed with is how quickly Brian switches from one voice to another. I can't imagine being able to imitate anything without five minutes of thinking and quietly talking to myself first.

I know I have absolutely no sway in this, but, Disney, hire this man ASAP.

Citations: Impressionist Brian Hull Performs Adele's 'Hello' In Disney/Pixar Character Voices (Huffington Post)