A whole new world of Disney mania saw one couple cover more than just the bare necessities of musical talent to indulge an obsession so strong they refused to let it go.

The Disney mad couple came up with an hilarious fairytale homage to their favourite famous cartoon romantic duos.

The musical video was created by and stars Flint’s Kayleigh Ann Strong and Joel Merry of Frodsham.

It shows them singing a host of songs from Disney movies including Frozen, the Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and the Little Mermaid dressed up as the main characters.

Kayleigh, 27, says the couple made the video because she and 28-year-old Joel grew up idolising Disney films.

But it’s not the first time the pair have created a spectacular video – in 2014 their Wicked medley went viral.

Watch the couple's Wicked tribute

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The songstress, who provides fairytale experiences for children as well as teaching performance art, said: “We’re both Disney nuts. Disney has been a huge part of our lives from when we were young.

“We’ve both grown up idolising Disney princes and princesses and watching the epic love stories that Disney have created like many for so many generations.

“Even though YouTube and Facebook are saturated with Disney medleys we felt like there was something missing, and that was a Disney couples medley.”

The clever video sees the couple take on nine parts all with different costumes put together by Kayleigh who enjoys fashion and beauty.

Kayleigh, whose favourite Disney Princess is Pocahontas, said: “Creating these Disney looks was so much fun, the makeup for Simba, Nala and the Beast was a combination of facepaint and prosthetics and took quite some time to put together.”

Look at images of the couple singing their Disney medley

But, professional filmmaker Joel jokes: “Let’s not talk about some of my questionable wigs.”

The pair say they have been amazed by the reaction to the video.

Kayleigh said: “The best part about it is that when its Disney, your audience can be anything from a three-year-old child to a 90-year-old grandparent. That kind of music brings everyone together.”

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