Kristen Bell (better known as Anna to “Frozen” fans) is like a Disney princess brought to life. Radiantly filled with love and good cheer, Bell is as beautiful inside as she is outside. To top it all off, she is also crazy-talented!
Fallon joined her in the performance, hopping in to sing along to classic Disney hits like “When You Wish Upon a Star,” “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,” “Heigh-Ho,” “Under the Sea” and “Whole New World.”
The result was a magical trip down Disney’s memory lane.
Bell was on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” to promote “Frozen 2.” The highly anticipated sequel will be released in theaters on Nov. 22. Bell lends her gorgeous voice to several new songs from the film, of course, including “The Next Right Thing” and “Some Things Never Change.” And, of course, Josh Gad (Olaf), Jonathan Groff (Kristoff) and Idina Menzel (Elsa) are back for the sequel, joining musical artists like Panic! At the Disco, Weezer and Kacey Musgraves on the movie’s soundtrack.
You can watch the breathtaking live performance as posted to YouTube by “The Tonight Show” below:
Evan Rachel Wood, newcomer to the “Frozen” franchise, also sings on the album, including on songs “All is Found” and “Show Yourself.”
Wood takes on the role of Anna and Elsa’s mother, as “Frozen 2” will focus on the girls’ childhood. Of course, as we all know, in “Frozen,” the sisters’ mother and father are lost in a shipwreck, so “Frozen 2” will undoubtedly be a bit of a tearjerker as we look back at the idyllic days before their tragic disappearance.
Bell’s two children got to enjoy a sneak peek of their mother’s new Disney hit, and, as Bell shared on “Good Morning America,” they loved it.
“I remember a specific moment towards the end where something happens, and my 4-year-old, she had her knees up and she had her hands towards the screen like she was in the Southern Baptist church … then something happens and she just went, ‘Oh, my god!'” Bell laughed. “And I was like, ‘Nailed it!'”
Soon we will all get to enjoy this highly anticipated film. You can already purchase advance tickets to a showing at an AMC theater near you, and you can pre-order the “Frozen 2” soundtrack on Walmart or Amazon, ahead of its official release date on Nov. 15.