ORLANDO, Fla. — Disney’s Tremendous Bowl parade has been nixed, however the filming of the “I am Going to Disney World” business after the massive sport continues to be on.
Officers at Walt Disney World stated Friday that the theme park resort would not be internet hosting its annual Tremendous Bowl parade that includes the sport’s star gamers this 12 months due to the coronavirus pandemic. However the resort nonetheless plans to movie its annual advert after the sport, often that includes the Most Useful Participant trying on the digicam and saying these well-known phrases.
The advertisements have featured Tremendous Bowl stars since 1987, when Phil Simms of the New York Giants first appeared after his workforce’s championship win.
Within the advertisements, the tune “When You Want Upon a Star” performs over pictures of the featured participant passing or operating and scenes of followers screaming and leaping. On the finish, an off-camera announcer acknowledges the Tremendous Bowl win and asks the participant, “What are you going to do subsequent?”
Amid jubilant celebration, the participant responds “I’ll Disney World!”
“You should definitely keep tuned after the massive sport to catch the business on main TV networks and social media!” Disney officers stated in a weblog put up. “Disney Parks hopes to have the ability to convey again our different Tremendous Bowl traditions subsequent 12 months, together with letting soccer and Disney followers see and cheer on their favourite participant within the park.”
Disney World has not had parades because it reopened final summer season after a closure because of the unfold of the virus.