Have You Seen This? This little girl should never let go of ‘Let It Go’

Have You Seen This? This little girl should never let go of ‘Let It Go’

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THE BACKYARD — Almost all parents of a child who loves the Disney hit movie "Frozen" have one thing in common: They wish their child would just let it go with "Let It Go" already.

But right now I encourage you to think back to the first time you saw "Frozen" and heard Elsa belt out "Let It Go."

With the powers of Broadway star Idina Menzel, Disney animators, and songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez combined, it became difficult NOT to get chills and feel all the feels upon your first experience with the song.

Now hold onto that memory of your first viewing of "Let It Go," and relive it in this absolutely charming and hilarious video of one little girl’s relationship with the song.

In the video, you’ll see that the backyard setting is perfect with a blanket of fresh snow. Little Madelyn is trekking through the snow dressed in perfect Elsa regalia, gloves and all, as her mom blasts "Let It Go" from the house.

There’s no way to explain the perfection of what comes next, and I’m not into spoilers. But just know that there’s Passion! Drama! Commitment! Choreography! And it couldn’t be more perfect.

The video was first posted via Facebook on Wednesday and has since garnered over 35 million views.

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Martha Ostergar

About the Author: Martha Ostergar

Martha Ostergar is a writer who delights in the ridiculous that internet serves up, which means she's more than grateful that she gets to cruise the web for amazing videos to write about.

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