"Frozen's" “Let It Go” Sing-A-Long Goes Nationwide on “Good Morning America”

Posted Wednesday February 26, 2014 12:35 PM GMT

The prolific success of “Let It Go” from the “Frozen” soundtrack is undeniable and on Wednesday (February 26) “Good Morning America” hosted a coast-to-coast sing-a-long live from New York City.

Stationed in Times Square, actress Idina Menzel and three soloists led the way, followed by figure skaters in Bryant Park, Jack Hanna (and a penguin) in the GMA studios, Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan in their "Live" studio, and several other participating locations.

Josh Elliott declared, “We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did, from Times Square to Bryant Park to all around the country.”

Menzel previously told press, “I’m surprised at how big and popular it is, but I as a woman I completely relate to this character and I relate to the idea of a woman or girl and having power and not knowing what to do with it and being afraid of your own power and learning to harness that and own that.”

“It’s empowering for me. I can totally understand how girls are gravitating to this song. It’s about owning your own power. It’s about owning who you are and celebrating what makes you fierce, young girl, and not caring what people think and finally relinquishing and being free.”

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