LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 09: FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FOREVER, the music of Disney’s “Frozen” was celebrated with live performances at Los Angeles Vibrato Grill Jazz club tonight. Kristen Bell (voice of Anna), Idina Menzel (voice of Elsa), Josh Gad (voice of Olaf) and Santino Fontana (voice of Hans) took the stage, accompanied by a live orchestra conducted by David Metzger, to perform songs from the Oscar®-nominated, Golden Globe®-winning film, including the Oscar-nominated “Let It Go” on February 9, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.The packed house included songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, composer Christophe Beck, directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, producer Peter Del Vecho and executive producer John Lasseter, in addition to a host of celebrity guests. In theaters since Nov. 27, 2013, “Frozen” has earned more than $900 million worldwide. The “Frozen” soundtrack has held the No. 1 position on the Billboard 200 chart for four non-consecutive weeks, and is the longest-running No. 1 film soundtrack since 2003. Worldwide, the album has sold more 1 million units and 3.4 million tracks. At iTunes, the album has peaked at No. 1 in more than 30 countries. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney)
It’s set in stone! The powerful voices behind Disney’s popular movie, “Frozen” will be honored with an official Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced the Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2019.
The “Frozen” sisters, Anna & Elsa are both being recognized and honored in two separate categories respectfully. “Anna,” played by Kristen Bell will be honored with an official star in the category of Motion Pictures, as well as: Alan Arkin, Daniel Craig, Robert De Niro, Guillermo Del Toro, Anne Hathaway, Lupita Nyong’o, Tyler Perry and Gena Rowlands.
The triumphant voice of “Elsa,” by Idina Menzel will be honored In the category of Live Theatre/Live Performance with an official Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Also, being recognized: Cedric “The Entertainer,” Judith Light and Paul Sorvino.