It’s been over a year since Disney’s Frozen first became a worldwide sensation, and that wildly excited fanfare hasn’t let up much. Frozen’s global brand is still big enough that its signature track, “Let It Go,” is being performed around the world by its singer Idina Menzel. Unfortunately, she recently came under scrutiny for a failed attempt at the song’s final high note at a very public New Year’s Eve performance.
That misstep, however, hasn’t stopped the recorded version from being any less than a major cultural touchstone, even for those who can’t talk yet. In the video above, a toddler dances whenever Menzel’s track begins to emit from the Elsa doll. Sounds like Frozen is still holding strong in popularity for the next generation.
The video of the kid dancing to the Frozen Elsa doll’s song was posted by his father, who uploaded the video to his Twitter feed. It has now reached over 100,000 hits.
My son can’t stop dancing to Let it Go. I can’t stop laughing. Great-great-great-grandpa is rolling over in his grave http://t.co/tuUAkIwqZB
— Joe Bereta (@joebereta) January 3, 2015
Does Disney’s Frozen still make the kids in your life dance?
[Image via YouTube]