Louis is always a great time, but when we are all gathered round to interview the Singing voice of Disney’s first “BAD BOY” ~ Aladdin ~ a.k.a. This classic Disney film is slated for Diamond Blu Ray release tomorrow 10/13 – – so Brad is traveling “A WHOLE NEW WORLD” on it’s behalf, sharing how he got this life-changing role, and what it means to him so many years later: Can you tell us the process of how you ended up becoming the singing voice of Aladdin?Brad: It happened a long time after I first auditioned for it.In 1993, Kane teamed up again with Salonga to do a live version of "A Whole New World", the hit song from Aladdin, at the 65th Academy Awards.In 1993, he played Arpad Laszlo in the Broadway revival of She Loves Me.
Here, we’ve rounded up the best radio-ready versions of Disney’s finest melodies, from names as big as Elton John, Ariana Grande and Christina Aguilera.The comedian had also been struggling with the early stages of Parkinson’s disease when he died. “If he said no, we were going to be in big trouble because the whole concept was built around Robin.” “There was nobody else that could be the Genie,” Clements noted. “We would have practically four hours of recording and by the end he was just drenched. The Oscar winner was recalled fondly by the “Aladdin” cast and crew Friday on “Good Morning America.” Musker, co-writer and director Ron Clements, composer Alan Menken and cast members Scott Weinger (Aladdin), Linda Larkin (Jasmine), Brad Kane (Aladdin’s singing voice) Lea Salonga (Jasmine’s singing voice) and Jonathan Freeman (Jafar) reunited to talk about the film and share their memories of Williams. “Fortunately he agreed to do it, and he worked so hard,” he continued. He had so much energy and so much passion.” “Aladdin” was released last week on digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere, and the "Aladdin Diamond Editon" Blu-ray will be released Tuesday. “We wrote the part with Robin in mind,” Musker said. — including Scott Weinger (Aladdin), Linda Larkin (Jasmine), Jonathan Freeman (Jafar) and Ron Clements and John Musker (co-writers and directors), reunited to reminisce about the beloved classic.