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Video: Scotty McCreery Sings 'I Love You This Big' at Disney World

May 31, 2011 (5:16 am) GMT
The winner of 'American Idol' season 10 touches down the Disney World on Memorial Day, parading on the streets and singing live at 'The American Idol Experience'.
Video: Scotty McCreery Sings 'I Love You This Big' at Disney World

visited Disney World on Memorial Day. Continuing the annual tradition of "" champs, the newly-crowned winner of the singing competition took the stage at the theme park's "The American Idol Experience". He treated audience with his debut single "I Love You This Big".

"[It] can be interpreted in so many different ways," he told the crowd about the song before singing it in front of the screaming audience. "You can think of it like a man talk to his woman singing 'I love you honey' or a little kid talk to their parents singing 'I Love you this big mommy'."

Before going to the stage, Scotty rode alongside Mickey Mouse down the streets of Disney's popular movie-themed park. The Monday appearance at the Disney World was part of his promotional effort for his newly-released single and upcoming studio project.

"I Love You This Big" debuted at number 32 on Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and climbed to No. 5 on iTunes song list. It's reportedly the highest for a new artist on the Country charts in the SoundScan era. The previous records on the Billboard chart had been 42 and 41.



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