Disney's LGBT musical event hosted by a drag queen and Kermit the Frog was weirder than we could've even imagined

Jun 29th

A week ago, we reported that Disney+ was going to be holding a "Pride Celebration Spectacular" on June 28 where a drag queen and Kermit the Frog would desecrate all your favorite Disney songs by making them all about sex and gender ideology.

In case you wanted an update on said "spectacular," it was even weirder than we could have imagined it would be.

Here's a highlight reel of Kermit and drag queen "Nina West" hosting for your viewing pleasure:

Here's the full event, in case you want to see a bunch of Disney songs explicitly sung to affirm LGBT ideology:

In the full video, Disney featured a bunch of classic songs that were sexualized to be about LGBT ideology.

Take these two men singing "A Whole New World" from Aladdin to each other as they gazed dreamily into each other's eyes:

Then there was another guy in women's clothes singing a song from WandaVision:

And, of course, they had a "non-binary" actor make one of the best songs from Toy Story 2 all about how LGBT individuals feel discarded by those that don't affirm them:

Then, there was "You'll Be in My Heart" from Tarzan, sung by gay artist Todrick Hall with some extra flare:

The song was undoubtedly chosen for the LGBT event based on lyrics like the following, which were originally written to describe the blossoming love between an Englishwoman and a wild man, but are now and forevermore about men loving other men:

Why can't they understand the way we feel?

They just don't trust what they can't explain.

I know we're different but deep inside us

We're not that different at all.

For fun, Disney also had lesbian star Hayley Kiyoko sing the Little Mermaid song "Kiss The Girl."

Yep -- This is what the Mouse House is now selling to our kids!


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