A mobile phone video of somewhat Ukrainian woman named Amelia making a song a candy and defiant rendition of Frozen‘s “Let It Pass” from a bomb safe haven in Kyiv has been seen via many hundreds since going viral the previous day, with a minimum of the movie’s unique Elsa – Idina Menzel – taking realize.
“We see you,” Menzel tweeted. “We in point of fact, in point of fact see you.” Her message used to be adopted via blue and yellow middle emojis.
The video, by which Amelia sings the well-known 2013 Disney anthem with lyrics together with “Let the typhoon rage on/The chilly by no means troubled me anyway,” used to be shared on Fb via some other shelterer named Marta Smekhova, who filmed and shared the impromptu efficiency with permission from Amelia’s mom.
Within the unique Fb submit, which has since been shared on more than a few social media platforms, Smekhova wrote, “From the primary phrase within the [bomb shelter] got here entire silence… everybody put their trade apart and concentrate[ed] to a tune via this woman who used to be simply beaming mild… even males couldn’t grasp again the tears.”
The Ukrainians had been in quest of safe haven within the unknown location in Kyiv right through the Russian invasion.
The Oscar-winning tune, after all, used to be firstly recorded via Menzel for the 2013 animated movie Frozen, and used to be written via Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The tune was a world hit, with Disney liberating the compilation Let it Pass: The Whole Set in 2014, which incorporated 22 other performers making a song the tune in 41 languages.
Watch Amelia’s efficiency above.
We see you. We in point of fact, in point of fact see you. 💙💛 https://t.co/Vhln1MjXpX
— Idina Menzel (@idinamenzel) March 7, 2022