Following the viral success of "Beauty and the Beat," Todrick Hall -- self-proclaimed "Broadway performer, 'American Idol' finalist, Singer, Dancer, 'Glee'-wannabe and YouTuber" -- has just released another musical Disney Parody, "CinderFella."
Hall brings "Cinderella" up to date, mixing iconic Disney tunes with pop songs like Katy Perry's "Firework" and Chris Brown's "Turn Up The Music," and features celebrities, such as Janice Dickinson, Shangela and Willam from "Rupaul's Drag Race," Lance Bass and Daniel Franzese, in classic fairy tale roles.
Best of all, the pro-gay music video breaks the unshakably straight Disney tradition: Jasmine hits the dance floor with Alice, and Prince Charming has a happily-ever-after with CinderFella. As Hall writes, "This story speaks volumes and I think that love is as classic as this fairy tale. It's time for us to legalize love in all shapes and colors."
Check out the "CinderFella" video above, a slideshow of other LGBT viral videos below and let us know what you think of the pro-gay Disney parody in the comments section.
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