Who says holiday movies are only for Lifetime and the Hallmark Channel? Disney is jumping in on the Christmas fun -- and they've even included a soap star.
Daytime Emmy winner Camryn Grimes (Mariah Copeland) reprises her role as Mrs. Claus in a new set of stop-motion shorts titled Mickey's Christmas Tales.
Grimes will be joined by her real-life partner, Brock Powell, who will be stepping back into the boots of Santa Claus.
Mickey's Christmas Tales picks up where last year's Mickey Saves Christmas special left off. The stop-motion excitement features Mickey, Minnie, Santa, Mrs. Claus, and everyone's favorite baby reindeer, Jingle and Jolly.
Grimes and Powell star as Santa and Mrs. Claus in the episode "Slip N' Sleigh," when Jingle and Jolly accidently break Santa's sleigh on Christmas Eve. To make sure that Christmas isn't ruined, Mrs. Claus gives Santa his present early -- a new sleigh.
The shorts premiere on Monday, November 27, on Disney Channel and Disney Junior, and all five will be available on Disney+ on Wednesday, November 29.
Grimes and Powell are also preparing for another big role: parenthood. The couple is expecting the arrival of their first child sometime next month.
In an Instagram post this summer, Grimes announced, "I guess you can add mother to my resume. BABY FOSTER ARRIVING DECEMBER 2023."
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