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Little Girl Sings Dramatic ‘Frozen’ Song While Mom Removes Splinter

Mon, March 24, 2014 5:09pm EDT by 3 Comments

Ouch! A little girl had to get a splinter removed, and in order to help her forget about the pain her parents told her to sing her favorite song. Watch as she sings Frozen’s ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman’ at the top of her lungs while crying hysterically. Watch the funny video here!

Francesca’s dramatic version of the Oscar winning song “Do You Want To Build A Snowman” has captured audiences everywhere, including Frozen’s very own Kristen Bell.

Little Girl Sings Hilariously Dramatic ‘Frozen’ Song

Francesca was terrified that it was going to hurt when her mom pulled a splinter out of her leg with a pair of tweezers. So, her parents came up with a brilliant idea: They told her to sing her favorite Frozen song.

While Francesca was still very upset about having the splinter removed, she sang “Do You Want To Build A Snowman” at the top of her lungs hoping her mom would be done sooner rather than later.

What resulted is a hilarious video of Francesca singing while her mom pulls the splinter out, and her dad (the cameraman!) reminds her to keep singing.

Kristen Bell Reacts To Francesca’s Video

Kristen Bell, who sings the song in the mega-smash animated movie, tweeted her approval of the video.

“Francesca — I’ll build a snowman with you!!! You did a great job,” Kristen wrote to the little girl, along with a reassuring smiley face.

Although we’re sad that this little girl had to get a painful splinter removed, we’re thankful that her dad recorded and shared the experience for us to watch. Her dramatic version of the song is hilariously charming, and we love it!

What do you think of this video, HollywoodLifers? Let us know your thoughts below!

— Rachel Yi

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