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Aladdin, Jasmine Sing “A Whole New World” 23 Years Later — Do They Still Sound the Same?

Amazing! Twenty-three years after Disney’s Aladdin was released in 1992, the singing voices behind the animated characters, Aladdin (Brad Kane) and Jasmine (Lea Salonga) recently reunited on Good Morning America and sang, yes, “A Whole New World.”

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The performers, whose voices still sound exactly the same from the ’90s, were accompanied for their uber special duet by Oscar-winning composer Alan Menken on Oct. 8. The clip — which has since gone viral — shows Kane, now 42, and Lea Salonga, now 44, performing the hit that made them famous at ages 19 and 21, respectively.

Kane and Salonga last performed the song at the 65th Annual Academy Awards in 1993. During that year’s Oscars, the song won Best Original Score, and a Grammy that same awards show season for Song of the Year.

Aladdin and Jasmine
Aladdin and Jasmine

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Their reunion coincides with the new Diamond Edition Blu-ray release of Aladdin, and the performance wasn’t the only special part from Friday’s GMA stop. The creators behind Aladdin also revealed that never-before-seen clips of the late Robin Williams as Genie would be part of the re-release.

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Watch Aladdin and Jasmine perform the smash song above!

Lea Salonga and Brad Kane

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