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Actress Kristen Bell sings songs from 'Frozen' for Hurricane Irma evacuees in Orlando

POSTED: September 13, 2017 10:10 a.m.
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Actress Kristen Bell paid a visit to Hurricane Irma evacuees this week, performing songs from 2013’s hit Disney film “Frozen” for them.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Actress Kristen Bell paid a visit to Hurricane Irma evacuees this week, performing for them songs from 2013’s hit Disney film “Frozen.”

Bell, who had been filming a movie in Orlando and was staying at Walt Disney World, visited an Orlando middle school, which was acting as a shelter for evacuees, according to the Associated Press.

Clips show Bell, who voiced Anna in “Frozen,” singing the movie’s hit song, “For the First Time in Forever.”













Bell commented on the moment, saying “When #HurrcaneIrma is at your heels, there's only one thing to do: get to a shelter, grab a mic and SING.”







Bell posted photos of herself sitting with guests and a group of seniors at the hotel, Mashable reported. The seniors had been evacuated from a senior center before arriving at the same hotel as Bell.

Dining with all my new friends! #irma #hurricaneirma

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Guys, Corey cries when she's happy too!!!! #soulmates #hurricaneirma #besthurricaneever #atriaseniorliving

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Bell wasn't the only "Frozen" star affected by Irma. Actor Josh Gad, who voiced the snowman Olaf in “Frozen,” posted a photo to Instagram saying that Bell "literally saved" his family, who were also in Orlando over the weekend, CNN reported.

"When they were stranded in Florida, she got them a hotel room at her hotel in Orlando and saved them, my brothers, my sister-in-law and niece and nephew," Gad wrote. "They don't make them like this girl."
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