Sweety High and Radio Disney joined forces to bring the Bunk'd star together with Disney's top talent like Cameron Boyce, Karan Brar, Megan Nicole, and Forever In Your Mind in this first ever spoken word video of Trainor's latest hit!
And you better believe these talented youngsters perform with passion that can only be taught at the Mouse House!
The 21-year-old talked to current Disney darlings about their upcoming shows, movies, and music, but also decided to give the artists the chance to declare their love for some of the entertainment giant's mega-famous alumni!
After years of charity work, we're not sure what exactly Gwen did to win such an award this year… but good for her! (We guess Disney must see being with Blake as some sort of community service! LOLz!!!)
But Gwen wasn't the only A-Lister in attendance — Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande blessed the audience with stellar performances of their songs Love Yourself and Dangerous Woman!
The Olympics were cool and all, but Gabby Douglas got to take over Radio Disney!
During the show, they talked about all sorts of stuff — from the gold medals to her new book, Grace, Gold and Glory : My Leap of Faith, which is a memoir of everything she's done so far! We hope she writes another one when she's old some day, it would be an amazing companion piece!
Plus, she has an upcoming guest appearance on Disney XD's Kickin' It, where she plays herself — it premiers this summer! Before then, though, you can totes hear her on Radio Disney, as that will be ready for your ears on May 13th!
So fab! We're glad everything seems so great for you, Gabby!!
As you may recall, the Jolie-Pitts often traveled the globe together hopping from one luxurious residence to the next. We mean, Miz Jolie herself once said she wanted her kiddos to have a "global" life. Anywho, Pitt had reportedly become discontented with the migratory lifestyle.
At one point, the Fight Club actor wished to enroll his little ones into a school in New Orleans whereas Angie wanted to homeschool their brood so they could travel. Back in 2009, a source dished to Us Weekly: