This 5-Year-Old 'Moana' Fan Should Be An Honorary Disney Princess After This Performance

How far will she go with her talent?

We've seen kids take on hits from Moana — specifically the song "How Far I'll Go" — from one singing with Auli'i Cravalho (aka Moana herself), one stealing the spotlight at their pre-K graduation, and one wowing on America's Got Talent. Having already seen little girls do this multiple times doesn't make it less special and one 5-year-old proves exactly that.


Sophia Urquijo, who stole everyone's hearts online with a cute video recently, showed up to The Ellen DeGeneres Show to belt out the lyrics to the already iconic and Oscar-nominated tune.

Before singing, though, Sophia told Ellen DeGeneres she wanted to be on the show all the time, but the talk show host told her it would be a long flight back and forth from Florida to California. DeGeneres — who was presented with a drawing of Dori that Sophia had made — then explained to her young guest what "going viral" means, with Sophia saying she is "excited and happy" about it. Throughout the interview, DeGeneres could hardly keep from giggling. 

We eventually see Sophia take to the stage to sing "How Far I'll Go" with lots of passion and bravery for a child — performing the song sports stars such as Stephen Curry, Simone Biles, and Kobe Bryant are huge fans of. Afterwards, DeGeneres presents the little superstar with Moana-themed toys and, to be honest, we're pretty jealous.

So, Disney, when are we going to make Sophia an honorary Disney Princess?

Watch Sophia channel “Moana” here:

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