Taylor Swift and Pals Enjoy Disney Singalong During Epic Thanksgiving Celebration in Rhode Island

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It was a Disney-themed Thanksgiving for Taylor Swift and her squad at the singer’s Rhode Island mansion over the weekend.

The pop star
and her singer/actor pal, Todrick Hall, entertained guests with a singalong to “Part of Your World” from Disney flick The Little Mermaid.

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While Swift played the piano, Hall took the lead on vocals, prancing around the room and using props like candles to get into character.

“Disney fun with @taylorswift on the piano,” the star of Broadway’s Kinky Bootscaptioned a fun video on Instagram. “Throwback to two nights ago. Resting now to be back onstage tomorrow. Good night. #littlemermaid#alanmenken #ursula #scuttle #fork#shellbra #novoice.”

Hall is a huge Disney fan, having previously created the YouTube video, "The Evolution of Disney," which paid tribute to films like Snow White and Frozen.

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Swift kicked off her Thanksgiving weekend by checking out Hall in Kinky Boots in New York City on Wednesday, then taking to social media to encourage everyone to buy tickets to the production.

The friends then got settled in for Turkey Day celebrations at Swift's seaside home.

In addition to their their singalong, the group braved gloomy weather for some beach time, with Swift snapped bundled up in a jacket, beanie and jeans.

The “Blank Space” singer was joined by her brother, Austin, and models Martha Hunt and Lily Donaldson for the festivities.

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Of course, it wouldn’t be a party without a mannequin challenge!

Check out the group’s epic beach version in the video below.

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