Family Gathers In The Living Room, Then Belts Incredible "Les Miserables" Song

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Family Gathers In The Living Room, Then Belts Incredible "Les Miserables" Song

Spending quality time as a family is one of the best ways to bond with your loved ones and show them that you care about them, especially nowadays when we're all always so busy.

When I was young, my family had a tradition of going to grandma's house every Sunday for dinner. We would all help in cooking the meal, and it gave us a chance to reconnect with each other after a long week of school and work.

Other families I knew had board game nights, watched sports together, or had weekly pizza nights.

But never did I see a family who could belt out an impromptu pitch perfect performance of a Broadway song, until now.

LeBaron family
Daily Mail/Lebarons

The LaBarons from Fruit Heights, Utah have become internet sensations after their Easter Sunday performance that was posted on Facebook went viral.

The five siblings and their spouses, under the direction of their mom, Dennise, gathered around the living room for a rendition of "One More Day" from the musical Les Miserables, and it's unbelievably fantastic.

"Anyone looking to do Les Miserables for their next show?," Jordan LeBaron wrote in the caption of the video. "Better yet...anyone looking for an entire cast?"

LeBaron family singing Les Miserables
Jordan LeBaron/Daily Mail

Jayson LeBaron led the 11-piece choir as Jean Valjean, Landon LeBaron sang as Jarvert, while Jordan, Angela Garrett LeBaron, Karina LeBaron, Juston LeBaron, Heidi LeBaron Garn, Gerald J. LeBaron, Spencer Garn, and Kaitlyn Hipwell played the rest of the characters.

But seriously, every single person in this family can sing so well! They're giving the Osmonds a run for their money.

The video has been watched over 1.4 million times since it was posted a few days ago, and you'll understand why when you see it.

The LeBarons were not looking to get famous when they shared their musical abilities with the world.

It was Dennise's last-minute suggestion that they should do karaoke after dinner and then picked out the specific song, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

Watch the family deliver a goosebumps-inducing performance in the video below.

Anyone looking to do Les Miserables for their next show? Better yet...anyone looking for an entire cast? This is "One Day More." For casting, please see below: Valjean: Jayson LeBaron Marius: Jordon LeBaron Cosette: Angela Garrett LeBaron Eponine: Karina LeBaron Enjolras: Juston LeBaron Madame Thenardier: Heidi LeBaron Garn Thenardier: Gerald J LeBaron, Spencer Garn Javert: Landon LeBaron Ghost of Fantine: Kaitlyn Hipwell I love Sunday nights with the fam!

Posted by Jordon LeBaron on Monday, April 2, 2018

Don't you think they're ready for their Broadway debut? I would definitely watch any play they're involved with.

While speaking to NBC 24 News, Jayson revealed that music and theater have always been important to their family. Each of the LeBaron siblings also married people who were also musically gifted.

"My dad plays the piano and has been our accompanist growing up and my mom has been our music director," he explained, adding, "We all got involved with musical theater and did a lot of shows in high school and college."

Music also helped the family heal when tragedy struck.

Jayson continued, "Music has been a unifying thing in our family, though we are all over Utah now from Kaysville to Salt Lake to St. George; we come together in the good times and during the trials with music keeping us real, and keeping us together, and keeping us happy."
The LeBarons/ Daily Mail

Dennise LeBaron spoke to local news station KSL-TV, and revealed that she lost her daughter Holli in 2002, and that "Singing is the glue that has held our family together during tough times."

When one of her sons, Landon, was diagnosed with autism, the family once again turned to music to help them overcome the challenges.

The family is taken aback by how quickly their video is spreading, but we definitely are not surprised at all. They're extremely talented!

What's your family night tradition? Let us know in the comments!

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