Kristen Bell Sings a Song Cut From 'Frozen' (and We Can't Let It Go)

Here's a little something to tide you over until Frozen 2 hits theaters.

This morning my daughter ran around the house dressed like Elsa from Frozen. Then I read her a book about the movie, as she drank juice from a cup featuring Olaf.

Needless to say, Frozen Fever has far from died down in our house. And apparently, the stars of the Disney blockbuster movie aren't letting go of their love for all things Arendelle either. In fact, this past weekend, Idina Menzel (A.K.A. Elsa), and Kristen Bell (A.K.A. Anna), joined together for a fundraiser for Menzel's A BroaderWay Foundation, an organization that supports girls from urban communities in finding their self-expression through arts programs.

Luckily, the stars were generous enough to share some pictures from their reunion. Bell took to Instagram to post a photo of the two movie sisters and real-life friends performing on stage.

"Singing #frozen songs with the effervescent @idinamenzel at a benefit for her @abroaderway foundation :)," she captioned the shot.

Meanwhile, Josh Gad (A.K.A. Olaf), who was also on hand for the benefit, shared a photo of himself with his Frozen family on Instragram, along with a video of Bell singing a song that was cut from the movie!

"I mean who sounds like this at 10 AM?!!! @kristenanniebell singing a cut song from #frozen for today's #broaderway benefit. Insane," Gad captioned the clip.

Check out the full version of the song, "More Than Just the Spare," over on YouTube.

I should mention although I loved seeing the stars of Frozen back in action, I won't be able to show these pictures, or the video to my daughter. She still believes Anna and Elsa are 100 percent real, and wouldn't understand why other people were trying to sing like them.

So for now, we'll keep patiently waiting for Frozen 2!

Melissa Willets is a writer/blogger and a mom. Follow her on Twitter (@Spitupnsuburbs), where she chronicles her love of exercising and drinking coffee, but never simultaneously.


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