This 4-Year-Old Disney Fan Got To Sing 'How Far I'll Go' With The Real-Life Moana

It's sure to brighten your day.

Four-year-old singer Claire Ryann has gone viral with her covers of songs from Disney movies such as Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Tangled. She and her father Dave Crosby warmed our hearts just last month with their duet of "You've Got a Friend in Me" from Toy Story.

For the tiny talent's latest performance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she got to visit Walt Disney Studios and meet Auli'i Cravalho, the 16-year-old actress who voiced Moana in the movie of the same name. Cravalho gives Claire a lei and asks if she knows "How Far I'll Go," the film's Oscar-nominated song by Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda — which Auli'i performed to perfection during Sunday's ceremony.

Sure enough, Claire knows the song by heart, and she performs it with Auli'i while her dad accompanies them on guitar. Viewers on Facebook praised the sweet duet, including how the teenage star handled herself. "I love how the actress sang quieter so that everyone could hear the little girl," one commenter wrote. Others remarked on how intently Claire watched Cravalho — a real-life Disney princess.

It's not hard to see that both of these young performers will go very far indeed.


Watch Auli'i and and Claire sing together in the video below:

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