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Kristen Bell Calls Young Girl With Brain Tumor As Anna From ‘Frozen’ — WATCH

Fri, July 24, 2015 2:49pm EDT by Add first Comment

Grab a tissue before you press play. Kristen Bell makes you feel all sorts of emotions in a new video where she acts as Princess Anna. The actress leaves a wonderful voicemail while in full ‘Frozen’ mode, for a little girl who has an inoperable brain tumor. Good luck not crying — watch!

Acting as Princess Anna from Frozen, Kristen Bell, 35, has put a gigantic smile on little girl’s face. The actress left a heartfelt phone message for Avery Huffman, 6, a young girl who was recently diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor.


Kristen is using her Disney princess powers for greatness! The actress put on her famous voice of Princess Anna from the hit Disney movie Frozen and for the most amazing cause. She got in touch with a special fan and made miracles happen with just one phone call. She is just that good!

Avery is a big Frozen fan and sadly, was recently diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) — an inoperable brain tumor — last month, according to her family’s CaringBridge page. So, once Kristen found out about the young girl’s love for the iconic princess, she went above and beyond to put a smile on the girl’s face.

She got in touch with Avery’s family and recorded the sweetest voicemail in full Princess Anna character. Avery’s family recorded the entire thing on their camera and you can’t help but start tearing up. You see the precious 6-year-old become shocked and ecstatic all at the same time when she heard Kristen’s voice.

She congratulated the sweet fan on being such a “good girl” and “so brave”. It got even more amazing when Kristen pretended to be talking to Anna’s sister (Queen Elsa) and told Avery that the Queen would love to make her an honorary princess. Seriously, we can’t fathom how amazing this was. The look on Avery’s face said it all.

We hope little Avery continues to stay strong!

HollywoodLifers — learn more about Avery’s story here and how you can help her and her family.

— Brittany King