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Frozen 2: the sequel is happening, says Idina Menzel
Frozen fans rejoice: Disney hit is to get a feature-length sequel, star Idina Menzel says
Idina Menzel, the voice of Elsa in Frozen, Disney\'s hugely popular animated fairy tale
Frozen 2 is on its way, according to Idina Menzel, the star who voices Elsa.
After months of speculation about a sequel to the Disney hit, Menzel appeared to confirm that a second feature-length film is planned.
Asked in a Telegraph interview what she could say about rumours of a sequel and a stage musical - in addition to a six-minute short due to show in cinemas this Christmas - Menzel said: “That they’re all in the works.”
She expects to be invited back to voice Elsa on screen, but said she was unlikely to be involved in the theatre production.
“Not the stage show – I don’t know what will happen with that – but the movie hopefully. We’ll see. I’m just going along for the ride,” she said.
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Menzel, 43, a Broadway star for many years, said she was still amazed to be approached by young girls who recognise her as the singer of Let It Go and other Frozen anthems.
“I remember some of those classic Disney songs from movies, and you knew the character but you didn’t know the person behind the song. But this is different, this is weird,” she said.
“I can’t give any tips on how to sing Let It Go because I barely can sing it sometimes. It’s really hard. I can’t wake up in the morning and just sing it.
“I guess my advice is that everyone who likes to sing it should sing it loud and proud and karaoke it out, sing it in the shower, sing it in the car and don’t worry about hitting the high notes.”
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