Dick Van Dyke Leads Sing-Along with Fans Outside Walt Disney's Childhood Home at 90

Dick Van Dyke sang with fans outside Walt Disney's childhood home in Chicago over the weekend

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Dick Van Dyke is still feeling supercalifragilisticexpialidocious at 90.

The Mary Poppins star proved he’s still every bit the song and dance man he used to be over weekend, leading a fan sing-along outside the childhood home of Walt Disney in Chicago.

In a video posted to Facebook by fan Nicolas DeGrazia, Van Dyke can be seen doing a rendition of “Let’s Go Fly a Kite” outside the famed cartoonists home.

“So this just happened. He marches out on steps of Walt Disney’s birthplace on N. Tripp in Chicago and says ‘Hi! I’m what’s left of Dick Van Dyke!’ Then he busts out laughing,” DeGrazie wrote on Sunday, as first reported by TODAY.

“The guy is 90 years old and running around and skipping with a huge smile on his face,” he added.

Wearing a snazzy blue suit, the beloved performer was accompanied by his wife, Arlene Van Dyke, 44.

Van Dyke was in town to promote the Walt Disney house, which is opening to the public after restorations are completed.

This is the second time Van Dyke has led a sing-along as of late: he celebrated his 90th birthday this winter with a Mary Poppins flash mob.

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