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VIDEO: Watch a Sneak Peek of Gaya’s Performance On Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser

Tonight during “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration,” a preview of the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser included a sneak peek of a musical performance from Gaya, the galactic superstar.

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The new song is unique to Galactic Starcruiser, but visitors to Batuu have already heard some of Gaya’s music. Her song “Oola Shuka” can be heard at Oga’s Cantina. Gaya will play a role aboard the Starcruiser as she seeks to obtain Coaxium to help save her planet.

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You can watch the full clip in the video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kpyi_I9316Q

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  1. Gaya looks and sounds very much like the opera singer from “The Fifth Element.” Even the music is similar. Coincidence?

  2. Wow, looks really mediocre, especially for the price tag. The song at the end, super cringe. Love the concept of this but so far haven’t seen anything that impressive.

  3. Disney, please, sit down a second. We have to talk.

    This is literally the dumbest thing I’ve ever seen you do. This whole thing would be OK if it was just marketed to kids who want to pretend they are living in space for a few days. However, you’re really pushing marketing this thing as something that primarily adults should enjoy.

    I’m a huge Star Wars nerd. My friends and family are huge DW nerds. I can’t think of one of them that would plop down the money for this “experience”.

    Cut your losses now. Turn this building into a just a SW themed resort like the rest of the resorts and knock it off with asking grown ass men and women to be in full on pretend mode with “actors”.

    It’s cute having dinner at Belle’s castle with cameos from the princesses. It’s not cute inventing a story line that it would appear we need to be apart of in this “experience”.

    Idk. Am I wrong here? If anyone could tell me why you’d be into doing something like this, I would love to hear it.

  4. Who is this catering to? at $3,000 a night it’s the top1%, millionaires? The average american family can’t afford $3,000 per night.

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