Incredible! Idina Menzel stunned the crowd during Disneyland’s 60th anniversary TV special with an epic rendition of the ‘Frozen’ hit ‘Let It Go.’
Idina Menzel’s voice is simply amazing! The actress took our breath away with a beautiful performance of “Let It Go” during Disneyland’s 60th anniversary TV special on Feb. 21. After that performance, we have that classic Frozen song stuck in our head again, and that’s totally fine!
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“Let It Go” never gets old, especially when Idina sings it. The singer looked and sounded absolutely amazing on the stage at Disney California Adventure Park singing one of the best Disney songs ever. Does it get any more flawless than Idina? Nope. Her voice is the eighth wonder of the world!
The only thing that could have made this performance better was if Idina had dressed up as Elsa for the performance! The singer/actress donned Elsa’s sparkling blue gown for a special performance with Taylor Swift on Halloween in 2015.
Idina voiced Elsa in the film, and “Let It Go” ended up winning the Academy Award for “Best Original Song” in 2014. The movie also won Best Animated Feature. Fans are anxiously awaiting a Frozen sequel.
Idina wasn’t the only performance on the special. Elton John, Tori Kelly, Little Big Town, Jessie J, Fall Out Boy and more showed up to sing other Disney songs from The Lion King, Cars, The Jungle Book and more. It was a dream come true for every Disney fan! Watch your favorite Disney movies by signing up for Amazon Prime now!
Derek Hough served as Master of Ceremonies at the event, which featured special appearances by Harrison Ford, Kerry Washington, Priyanka Chopra and more. This special was a celebration 60 years in the making, and it’s one we won’t soon forget.
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Idina’s performance? Let us know!