"Let It Go" Sung In 25 Languages Will Shoot Your 'Frozen' Karaoke Plans All To Hell
Frozen has become (pardon the tenuous meteorological link) an unstoppable force of nature. Though it lost some of its momentum at the box office this weekend, it has still earned Disney $750 million dollars. Not bad for an unconventional love story between two sisters, right? (Not that kind of love story. Gross.) Because Frozen is popular the world over, it’s been dubbed in a number of languages. Someone has spliced together 25 versions of the film’s most famous song, Let It Go, for this polyglottal megamix. No one quite matches Idina Menzel’s original version, but the lady from Hungary gives it as much sass as she can. It’s no f patois, but it’ll do.
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