‘Frozen’ Reunion: Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell and Josh Gad Reunite and Sing for Charity Event
Anna, Elsa, and Olaf are back at it! The Frozen cast, Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell and Josh Gad, reunited Sunday at a benefit to support Menzel’s charity, A BroaderWay Foundation.“I mean who sounds like this at 10 AM?!!!” Gad bragged about his co-star on Instagram. This isn’t the first time Bell has preformed the hidden track. She previously sang a preview of it for die-hard Frozen fans at the Frozen FANdemonium in 2015. Fans of the Disney hit have a lot to look forward to with Frozen 2 officially in the works. A Broadway musical is also being developed and expected to hit the theater district in 2018. To learn more about Menzel and her foundation, check out A BroaderWay Foundation’s website.
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“Singing #frozen songs with the effervescent @idinamenzel at a benefit for her @abroaderway foundation,” Kristen Bell shared on Instagram. Menzel and Bell shared the stage and sang Frozen songs to benefit and raise awareness for Menzel’s charity, A BroaderWay. Menzel founded the charity in 2010 with Taye Diggs. “The foundation is dedicated to offering girls from urban communities an outlet for self-expression and creativity through arts-centered programs,” shared Broadway World. “The emphasis is on building self-esteem, developing leadership qualities and striving for personal and social achievement.”
Gad, also known as Olaf, shared a few behind-the-scenes pictures of the cast reuniting. He also captured the full performance of Bell singing “More Than the Spare,” a deleted song from Frozen. The track appears on the deluxe edition of the motion picture soundtrack. You can check out a preview of it below.Team #Frozen back together again for #broaderway. Love these girls! @kristenanniebell and @idinamenzel A photo posted by Josh Gad (@joshgad) on
#KriatenBell rehearsing the cut song “Spare” from #Frozen at 10:00 AM this morning, sounding unfairly perfect. #Broaderway Posted by Josh Gad on Sunday, March 13, 2016
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