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Josh Gad Will Return as Olaf in Disney+ 'Frozen' Short Series 'At Home with Olaf'

More Olaf is on the way to help us through quarantine!

Disney announced today that a brand new short series called At Home with Olaf is on the way to Disney+.

The series will be a collection of Frozen spin-off shorts and Josh Gad, working from home, will be back as the loveable snowman.

“My friends @alittlejelee & @mrhyrum called me up one day & asked me if I would be able 2 record some dialogue & sounds as Olaf from home,” Josh shared on his Twitter with fans. “These little shorts done from home by Hyrum & the @DisneyAnimation team are so charming & hopefully provide a smile during these scary times🙏.”

Check out the teaser for the series, which will start this week on the streaming service, below!

Watch the 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Contestants Lip Sync to 'Let It Go' (Video)

The latest episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race had an epic Lip Sync battle set to the tune of “Let It Go” from the musical Frozen!

The VH1 series decided to use the Broadway version of the song, which features actress Caissie Levy‘s epic final notes on “the cold never bothered me anyway.”

Contestants Aiden Zhane and Brita lip synced for their lives and SPOILER ALERT… Aiden Zhane went home.

After Caissie found out that her song was used on the show, she tweeted, “I am DEAD. ❄️💃🤩.”

Caissie added, “I…feel like I just won a Tony???”

'Frozen 2' Will Debut on Disney+ This Weekend to Provide Families with 'Fun & Joy' Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

UPDATE: Frozen 2 is officially out on Disney+ right now!!

Frozen 2 is being added to Disney+ on Sunday (March 15), three months earlier than planned, to provide “families with some fun and joy during this challenging period.”

The film has been available for digital HD purchase since February 11 and on Blu-ray since February 25. It wasn’t supposed to premiere on the streaming service until June, but it definitely will provide families with an outlet amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Frozen 2 has captivated audiences around the world through its powerful themes of perseverance and the importance of family, messages that are incredibly relevant during this time, and we are pleased to be able to share this heartwarming story early with our Disney+ subscribers to enjoy at home on any device,” Disney’s new CEO Bob Chapek said in a statement.

Subscribers in Canada, the Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand will be able to stream Frozen 2 starting on March 17.

Frozen 2 is the number one animated movie of all time after grossing $1.449 billion at the box office.

Disney+ just revealed all of the titles that have been trending this week.

Broadway's 'Frozen' Will Introduce a New Song Tonight, Along with New Stars as Elsa, Anna, & Hans

New stars are being welcomed into the cast of Broadway’s Frozen tonight (February 18) and the show will also introduce some other big changes.

Tonight’s performance on Broadway marks the debuts of Ciara Renee as Elsa, McKenzie Kurtz as Anna, and Ryan McCartan as Hans.

The Broadway production will be introducing some changes that were made for the North American tour. In the show’s second act, Elsa and Anna will no longer sing the “For the First Time in Forever” reprise and they’ll instead perform the new duet “I Can’t Lose You.”

Kristoff, who is currently being played by Noah J. Ricketts, will also get a reprise for his song “What Do I Know About Love?” to express his growing feelings for Anna.

Anna’s second act solo song “True Love” has been cut and the act two opening number “Hygge” is being trimmed.

Ciara is best known for her work on The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, and The Flash. She has been seen on Broadway in Pippin and Big Fish. Ryan got his start on the Disney Channel and was recently on Broadway in Wicked. McKenzie is making her Broadway debut!

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Jimmy Fallon Check Out 'Frozen' Musical In NYC On His Day Off!

Jimmy Fallon is experiencing Frozen live!

The 45-year-old Tonight Show host made sure to make his way backstage after a weekend performance in New York City to pose for a picture with Caissie Levy, who plays Elsa, and Patti Murin, who plays Anna.

Frozen has become one of the biggest hit musicals of the last two Broadway seasons, breaking four house records the St. James Theatre, its New York home.

For details on seeing a list of currently announced cities for the Frozen Tour, head to FrozenTheMusical.com/tour.

Jimmy Fallon and John Cena starred together in this new Super Bowl commercial for Michelob Ultra – Watch here!

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Audi's Super Bowl Commercial 2020: Maisie Williams Sings 'Let It Go'

Maisie Williams is just like us… she belts out a good song while driving in the car, which she’s demonstrating in this new Audi commercial!

The commercial, which aired during the 2020 Super Bowl, shows Maisie and other people singing the Frozen song “Let It Go.”

“I had such an amazing time filming this for @Audi – whizzing around LA in the all-electric Audi e-tron Sportback. The future is electric, let the past go!” Maisie wrote on Instagram.

Maisie is best known for her work as Arya Stark in Game of Thrones.

Kate McKinnon's Elsa Comes Out as Gay in SNL's 'Frozen 2' Deleted Scenes Sketch!

Frozen 2 comes out on DVD and digital download next week – and Saturday Night Live is sharing some “deleted scenes” from the movie.

In the first scene, Elsa (played by Kate McKinnon) frolics through the forest while questioning her sexuality.

“Hello is anyone there? Anna? Kristoff? Olaf? I’m gay,” Kate says.

She then finds her sister Anna (played by Cecily Strong).

Kate then jokes about Anna being in a committed relationship at the age of 18 while she’s just “been playing with snow for two movies.”

“Elsa. It’s ok. You see,” Cecily says before breaking into song. “We all know, we all know. We’ve all known since you were a tween. When you dressed as Brienne of Tarth on three separate Halloweens. I don’t care, what Disney says. The Twitter storm rages on.”

“The lack of any romantic interest doesn’t bother me anyway,” Kate chimed in.