Tens of thousands of fans sing along with Taylor Swift and Idina Menzel when they performed “Frozen” movie hit soundtrack “Let It Go” on stage.

Both Taylor and Idina wore “Frozen” costumes during Swift’s 1989 concert tour in Tampa, Florida over the weekend, Billboard reported.

The entire stage was also transformed into Arendelle blissful land with all the performers wearing “Frozen” costumes.

Taylor first teased: “I don’t know if you noticed but we have a ’Frozen’ theme going on here. If only Idina Menzel were here.”

Idina, in Elsa’s blue sequin gown and aqua cape, then emerged and started singing “Let It Go.” Swift, dressed as Olaf the snowman, joined her on the second verse of the song.

Menzel voiced Elsa the Snow Queen in the 2013 “Frozen” movie.

The two artists shared photos and videos of their performance on their respective social media accounts.

Taylor captioned the video on her Instagram as: “Frozen totally happened tonight. And 55,000 people sang ‘Let it Go’ so loudly, it nearly took my breath away. Good times, @idinamenzel.”

Frozen totally happened tonight. And 55,000 people sang 'Let it Go' so loudly, it nearly took my breath away. Good times, @idinamenzel ☃

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Menzel described her appearance on Taylor’s Halloween concert as “an out of body experience” and “out of Elsa’s body experience!”

Taylor and Menzel in “Frozen” costumes only lasted for the first verse. At mid-song, reindeer-dressed dancers helped Menzel strip off her Elsa gown to reveal a sexy black corset with matching sheer, lace side panel pants. The two then sang the rest of “Let It Go.”


The Halloween concert marked the finale of Swift’s 1989 North American tour leg, RollingStone reported. She is set to perform in Singapore on November 7 before heading to China and Australia through mid-December.

Meanwhile, Menzel will return in “Frozen 2” to voice Elsa once again. Kristen Bell will also reprise her role as Anna, Jonathan Groff as Kristoff, and Josh Gad as Olaf.

“Frozen 2” is expected to hit theaters sometime in 2018.