For some folks in the North East, dear Juno has created one of the best (few) days of the year: snow day.
For the students at Moses Brown School in Providence, R.I., their snow day announcement was delivered with an all too familiar tune.
Earlier this month, Glee released the full version for Lea Michele‘s rendition of Let It Go, and though it was a little late on the whole Frozen train, everyone was super excited about how great it turned out–even the song’s original singer Idina Menzel.
However, during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday…
With just a few weeks to go before Glee premieres for a sixth and final time, FOX has released the first promo.
And it’s a good one — if you’re a Frozen fan.
Oakley the Australian Shepherd is just like any other pup: he likes to sleep in the car.
Unless of course his favorite song is playing.
First of all, Ben Affleck talking about his kids is the cutest thing ever.
Second, there’s a reason Mr. Affleck is an actor and not a singer.
Other than providing the No.1 song resounding in all of our heads this year, Frozen has become the highest grossing animated film ever, and for good reason! The adorable, award winning flick portrays themes of love–both for the self and others–as well as sisterhood and adventure… It’s what every young girl needs in a movie.
We haven’t heard a cover of Frozen’s “Let It Go” in a while.
So here’s a cover made up entirely of clips from ‘80s TV shows.
Believe your eyes and ears.
Eddie Vedder surprised the world over the weekend when he belted a few lines from the song we’ve all tried so hard to forget about.