The viral ability of Frozen covers, and the actors singing songs from the film seems to be endless. Most recently, Kristen Bell was seen performing "Do You Want To Build A Snowman" for a live audience, and used all three of her character's voices to do it.
Kristen Bell was poised with an interesting task when playing the character of Anna, and some people may not realize this, but she voices her during her child, teen, and adult years. While "Let It Go" has become the anthem of the film, "Do You Want To Build A Snowman" was also a huge hit, and fans of the film will love Bell's recent performance.
Speaking on the character of Anna, Bell said "I feel like I'm so, so proud of Anna because of all those things and her ability to believe in people even when they stop believing in themselves is very apparent."
Being able to play a Disney princess also helped fulfill a lifelong dream of Kristen Bell's, and she said that Anna was the type of heroine that she would have identified with when she was 5 to 10 years old, feeling lucky to be able to share the character with people all over the world.
Frozen has an incredible run in the theaters, becoming the biggest Disney film of all time, and the hit animated film was just released on DVD and Blu-Ray recently. It is a film aimed at younger audiences, but people all over the world have fallen in love with it, and it has made over $1 billion at the box office.
"Let It Go" has become a huge hit with kids singing it, and tons of people recording cover versions of it. There was also an special video that was created that showed Elsa singing the song in 25 different languages, which quickly became a viral hit.
In addition to winning the Academy Award for Best Animated Film, Frozen has been wildly popular with its soundtrack, and was even on the Billboard Top 200 for a long time. The cast reunited once already for a live performance, and fans continue to want more.
Frozen has quickly become the biggest Disney film, and it is a musical that has been a huge hit with a wide variety of audiences. In order to make it the musical hit that it has become, the film brought in multiple Broadway stars including Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Kristen Bell, and Jonathan Groff.
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