Anna: The window is open, so’s that door I didn’t know they did that anymore Who knew we owned a thousand salad plates? For years I’ve roamed these empty halls Why have a ballroom with no balls? Finally they’re opening up the gates
There’ll be actual real live people It’ll be totally strange Wow, am I so ready for this change
'Cuz for the first time in forever There’ll be music, there’ll be light For the first time in forever I’ll be dancing through the night
Don’t know if I’m elated or gassy But I’m somewhere in the zone 'Cuz for the first time in forever I won’t be alone
When the first Frozen film was being advertised, I wasn't a fan of Disney at the time. I did enjoy a fair amount of their live-action films, but most of their animated films didn't appeal to me. I wasn't that excited for Frozen. In fact, I thought the film wouldn't even be good. However, I was pleasantly surprised. Frozen quickly became one of my favorite animated films. I was blown away by Elsa, Anna, the animation, the songs and how much fun the film was to watch. I was concerned that a sequel to Frozen wouldn't work. However, history repeated itself, because I was pleasantly surprised by...
I never really liked this ship, which is why I've happily ignored it for months, and successfully have done so until recently. I've seen several fans rumoring how Jelsa "has" to happen in Frozen 2. They even started a FUCKING PETITION to put Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians in Frozen 2.
I am fine with crossover shipping with Disney and Dreamworks, I even ship Elsa with Hiccup in How to Train Your Dragon. It's true I have many issues with this ship, but I don't care if you ship Jelsa.
But just because a ship becomes popular, does not mean it will happen.
[Olaf continues singing as he runs down the grassy meadow] Olaf: Winter's a good time to stay in and cuddle, but put me in summer and I'll be a... [he comes across a puddle, looks down at it, smiles and jumps over it] Olaf: Happy snowman! [he lies back on a picnic blanket in the grassy meadow and looks up at the sky] Olaf: When life gets rough I like to hold on to my dream of relaxing in the summer sun, just letting off steam. Oh, the sky will be blue. [sat next to him are Kristoff, Anna and Sven] Olaf: And you guys will be there too. When I finally do what frozen things do in summer! [we're...