Why Grace Vanderwaal is the best singer auditioning for Disney: ‘We’re all in it together’
I’m sure you’re all thinking “Wait a minute, she’s a former Disney actress!”
Well, not so fast.
Grace VanderWaal has been a singer for a long time, and she’s been performing live since the early 90s.
So I’m not suggesting that she is the worst singer auditionee in the world, but I am pointing out that her performances have had an undeniable impact on Disney.
Let’s take a look at some of the songs Grace has performed, from her hit single “All the Way” to the new songs she’s doing with her band the Womens’ Vocaloids.
Grace is no stranger to singing, but she’s taken a new direction with her singing, which is definitely a positive.
I was curious about how much singing she’s done and whether it’s been for a Disney movie or a song on the show.
Well, I got a bit curious and asked her, in her own words, about her experience in singing for the Disney Channel.
Grace: I have been a voice actor for about 8 years.
I’ve been a professional singer since I was about 11 years old, and I was very good at singing for Disney Channel, because it was like a part of the family.
They had a good, loyal fanbase, and they always brought me out to the parks.
I had a lot of fun singing on the shows and they loved my work.
I loved it.
So yeah, I’ve worked on a lot different Disney projects, from musicals to movies.
I think it’s a huge part of what I do, and my job is to create a world, and that’s something I love doing.
I feel like the people who I work with are the people I grew up with.
They’re my family, and when I was doing it, I felt very like a family member.
So yes, I am very proud of my work on the Disney shows, but it’s just not my primary work.
If anything, I do it because I love it.
And I think that’s what makes it special.
I can’t speak for other Disney voice actors, but if I do anything else, it will be to help other voice actors do their jobs.
And so I hope you can all relate to that, that it’s not that I’m making a buck off of this, but because I want to help people do the best work possible.
It’s just my job, and it’s fun.
I love being a part the Disney family, so I think I’m doing a great job.
Grace’s work with Disney Voice Over is also a very popular and recognized role.
She has appeared in the following Disney shows: Disney Princesses: Ariel, Jasmine, Belle, Rapunzel, Moana, Jasmyn, Mulan, Pocahontas, Jasen, Mowgli, and more.
In addition to singing for many of these characters, Grace has also performed live on Disney Channel shows such as Adventures in Odyssey, The Voice, and The Voice of the Pacific.
She’s also had her own singing and acting careers.
I don’t think it was a coincidence that Grace VanderWAAL was chosen as a candidate for the role of Cinderella.
She sings incredibly well in the show, and was the lead singer for the original Cinderella’s Royal Theatre production of the classic Cinderella story, as well as a number of other shows.
She was also the lead vocalist for a number the shows that came after.
This is a great example of why Disney is a very diverse, inclusive company.
The people that you work with in this business are the best.
When you do the right job, you get a great voice and you can be a part in creating a whole world.
I’m excited to be a member of the Disney Voice Team and I look forward to seeing how we all collaborate.
Grace also has a film career.
She made a few TV movies including the short film “The Story of a Mermaid.”
It was also a musical that Grace and her band, The Womins Vocaloid Girls, performed at the Disney Princess Celebration in 2017.
She also performed on the 2017 season of the ABC TV show The Voice.
She performed at a Broadway show in the summer of 2018 and again in the fall of 2018.
Grace has released several albums as well, and has performed at many of the world’s top music festivals including Bonnaroo, Governors Ball, and the Lollapalooza Music and Arts Festival.
She is currently working on her third album.
In the meantime, I’m looking forward to hearing more from Grace Vander WAAL.
If you’re a voice artist, you know you can do anything if you put your mind to it, and so I’m so thankful to be working with her and her friends, who have done