Idina Menzel, the famous star from Broadway and recording star had recently shown her support to a Ukrainian girl. This Ukrainian girl was seen singing Idina’s song from Frozen. The girl sang it from a makeshift bunker. Menzel previously portrayed Elsa in “Frozen,” the character who sings the song.
Idina Menzel’s Response To The Video
In an unverified video posted by Ankita Jain, the unnamed girl performed a more than a minute-long rendition of “Let It Go.” As a response to the video, Menzel replied as follows.
The Russia-Ukraine War
The war between Russia and Ukraine has now lasted ten days. It has destroyed schools, hospitals, and residential buildings, displacing or forcing millions of Ukrainians to flee the country. Despite the difficulties, many Ukrainians appear to be cheerful.
Russia announced on Monday that it would cease firing on Ukrainian cities such as Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol, and Sumy at 10 a.m. Moscow time in order to create humanitarian corridors for civilian evacuation. Two previous attempts to establish civilian corridors from Mariupol failed over the weekend, with Ukrainian officials reporting that Russian forces continued to shell the city during the ceasefire hours.
Idina Menzel’s Russian Connection
Menzel is a singer and actress from the United States. She rose to prominence as a stage actress after making her Broadway debut. She debuted as Maureen Johnson in the rock musical “Rent”. Her performance earned her a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. Menzel is Jewish and of Russian and East European ancestry. Her grandparents are said to have emigrated from Russia to the United States, where Menzel was born.
Idina Menzel As A Singer
The Billboard Hot 100 charted Menzel’s version of “Let It Go,” which also won an Oscar for best original song. She has since released six studio albums as a solo artist.
Support Received by The Ukrainian Girl
The girl’s video drew a slew of positive and encouraging responses. One person claiming to be a Dutch music producer offered to record the unnamed girl. They donate proceeds would then go to Ukraine’s resistance effort via Twitter.