Idina Menzel joined by Elsas from around the world at Oscars originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com
Idina Menzel gave a truly global performance at Sunday night's Oscars ceremony.
Menzel sang "Into the Unknown" from "Frozen 2," which is nominated for best original song.
She was joined by nine women from around the world who provided Elsa's singing voice when the movie was dubbed into different languages.
"These dubbed versions provide kids and adults everywhere their own special connection to the story and its characters," Josh Gad, who voices Olaf in the films, said introducing the performance.
The Motion Picture Academy's official Twitter account revealed earlier this week, "The voices of #Frozen2's Elsa from Denmark, Germany, Japan, Latin America, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain and Thailand will join @idinamenzel and @AURORAmusic on stage for an unforgettable performance of 'Into the Unknown' at the #Oscars."
The voices of #Frozen2’s Elsa from Denmark, Germany, Japan, Latin America, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain and Thailand will join @idinamenzel and @AURORAmusic on stage for an unforgettable performance of “Into the Unknown” at the #Oscars. pic.twitter.com/3G41ROfYT7— The Academy (@TheAcademy) February 7, 2020
AURORA is a singer from Norway who contributed the voice that Elsa hears singing to her throughout the movie.
Other Oscar performers will include Elton John, Randy Newman, Chrissy Metz and Cynthia Erivo, all singing the nominated songs from, respectively, "Rocketman," "Toy Story 4," "Breakthrough" and "Harriet."