Thousands joined together for an epic coast-to-coast “Frozen” singalong live today on “Good Morning America,” from Tony Award-winning singer Idina Menzel, to the New York City Children’s Chorus, to fans who gathered in Times Square, and viewers around the country who sent in their own heartwarming renditions. Enjoy the video and note the actual sing-a-long starts around the 3 minute mark.
“Frozen” has become a box office behemoth since its November release, but it has also become a musical phenomenon, with its song “Let It Go” striking a chord with millions of people around the world. The 3-D animated film is produced by Disney, which owns ABC News.
“Let It Go” has inspired numerous covers by young children, particularly girls, plus heart-melting renditions and many memes and parodies, and “Good Morning America” today hosted an enormous “Frozen”-themed singalong featuring live performances from young soloists, children’s choirs, ice skaters, plus video contributions from viewers and celebrities.
Idina Menzel, the powerhouse singer Tony Award-winning singer behind the song’s original vocals, said she’s surprised by the way the song has caught on.
“I’m surprised at how big and popular it is, but I as a woman I completely relate to this character and I relate to the idea of a woman or girl and having power and not knowing what to do with it and being afraid of your own power and learning to harness that and own that,” she said.
She said her own son, 4-year-old Walker, also sings the song to her.
The animated film’s soundtrack is such a melodious success that it blew superstar Beyoncé’s new album out of the top 10 spot on the Billboard charts.
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