Harley Quinn Smith took her grandmother to the Disney ‘Little Mermaid’ singalong

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At last Friday’s “Disney’s The Little Mermaid in Concert” singalong at the Hollywood Bowl, teen actor Harley Quinn Smith, daughter of filmmaker Kevin Smith, didn’t take her boyfriend or BFF, but rather, her grandmother. How sweet is that?

Backed by a live orchestra, the crowd belted out tunes along with the stars on stage, including Sara Bareilles (Ariel), Rebel Wilson (Ursula), Darren Criss (Eric), John Stamos (Chef Louis) and Tituss Burgess (Sebastian), a role he also played in the Broadway version of the movie. Plus there were fireworks! How could this not have been a fun night for kids of all ages? We dare you to watch this video of the stars singing “Under the Sea” and not smile:

Also in attendance were Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick, who reportedly reunited for the evening to take their kids Mason, 6, and Penelope, 3, to the event (baby Reign stayed home).

How cute is this girl in her Ariel costume?! #TheLittleMermaid

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This is how you see a movie. #TheLittleMermaid #Disney #magic ????????????

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Movie night magic. #TheLittleMermaid

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Here’s some other snapshots and videos from the event we wish we’d attended. New Jersey theaters, get on this idea!

Amelia and her friend Ariel …. #underthesea #TheLittleMermaid

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