If you're a person with ears, you can surely sing a couple of "Frozen" songs. From "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" to the iconic "Let It Go," the 2013 Disney film pretty immediately went down in history as a classic franchise musical, helped along by its incredibly musically-inclined cast.
There was Idina Menzel as Queen Elsa, Josh Gad as Olaf the snowman, Jonathan Groff as Kristoff and sweet Kristen Bell as Anna. Gad performed the classic "Gaston" in 2017's live-action "Beauty and the Beast," Groff's fame is because of his voice and Menzel is the original "Wicked" Elphaba on Broadway. Bell, on the other hand, hasn't had much opportunity to put her vocal chops on display. She's most recently been on "The Good Place" on NBC, and before that made appearances in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," the "Bad Moms" franchise and both TV and film versions of "Veronica Mars."
So she really blew us out of the
water ice in "Frozen" when she lended her voice to one of the main protagonists, and therefore singers, in a Disney film. As "Frozen II" is due out next week, Bell has been doing plenty of promo with her co-stars, and you can catch a new song sang by Menzel, "Into the Unknown," in the latest teaser.
Bell's obviously over Menzel getting all the vocal attention, though. When she visited Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" last night, she and the late-night host tag-teamed a legendary mash-up of Disney hits, and let me just say that if Bell ever played Cinderella, I would not be mad.
Between the Simba lift (iconic), Ariel's struggle to remember words (adorable) and her "Tale as Old as Time" vibrato (strong AF), she set herself up splendidly for a quick chorus of "Let It Go." (Take that, Idina.) Plus, they threw in "Colors of the Wind" from "Pocahontas," which is one of the most underrated Disney songs on Earth -- and that is a hill I'll die on.
I know I'm not the only one who quite literally forgets that Bell can sing, but just bookmark that video for the next time you need a fresh reminder. Or whenever you just want a good dose of happiness.