‘Arrow’ Stars Stephen Amell And John Barrowman Sing ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman’ At Fan Fest [Watch]

Despite the massive snow storm that hit the east coast this past weekend, Stephen Amell and several other Arrow cast members managed to attend the Heroes and Villains Fan Fest in New Jersey. For those fans who braved the weather, Amell and John Barrowman treated them to a very special show.

While Winter Storm Jonas was raging on, Amell took to Facebook to inform fans that the event was still on and encouraged them to be safe during their travels. Despite the state of emergency declared by the government and the treacherous road conditions, the event still took place on Sunday.

The weekend festivities, however, did not go off without a hitch. In fact, Amell and several members of the cast and crew stopped on their way to the show to help get a car unstuck on the side of the road. In the video posted on Amell’s Facebook page, the actor is seen helping push a car out of the snow in the wintry conditions.

Season 4 of 'Arrow' continues Wednesday nights on The CW. [Image via The CW]
Season 4 of ‘Arrow’ continues Wednesday nights on The CW. [Image via The CW]

Even still, Movie Pilot is reporting that fans were able to snap a few pics with Amell and company at the event. Fortunately for fans, Amell and Barrowman also felt inspired by the snowy backdrop and sang a special wintry song for the audience.

“Stephen Amell and John Barrowman have one question for the audience… do you want to build a snowman?” the Heroes and Villains Facebook page posted.

With Amell playing the piano and Barrowman providing backup vocals, the two sang a hilarious rendition of “Do You Want to Build A Snowman?” from the movie Frozen. In the video, which can be viewed on YouTube, fans were treated to an impressive and entertaining duet from the Arrow stars, both of whom seemed to have an intimate knowledge of the song.

Amell’s singing talents are certainly impressive, but his knowledge of the hit song from Frozen is not too surprising. After all, Amell does have a 2-year-old daughter who is probably a fan of Frozen. That being said, Amell and Barrowman’s rendition of the song was definitely one of the highlights of the event.

Meanwhile, apart from the Heroes and Villains Fan Fest, Arrow is currently airing the second half of its fourth season. In preparation for the upcoming episode, Comic Book Movie is reporting that The CW has released a number of different photographs from the set of the next episode, offering fans a glimpse of what to expect with Oliver and the rest of his team.

As fans will recall, the last episode of Arrow featured the revelation that Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) is now confined to a wheelchair after Damien Darhk’s (Neal McDonough) attack. With Oliver bent on revenge, what will the coming episode bring to Team Arrow? Will Felicity be able to cope with her drastic change in lifestyle?

Fans will have to wait and see why Oliver and Felicity are no longer engaged in the flash forward. [Image via The CW]
Fans will have to wait and see why Oliver and Felicity are no longer engaged in the flash forward. [Image via The CW]

The photos released show a variety of images of Oliver in training with Laurel, which hints that he is getting ready to enact his next plan. At the same time, other images include Diggle (David Ramsey) and Waller talking with Andy. While it isn’t clear if their interrogation leads to any more pieces of information, the relationship between Diggle and his brother is definitely one to keep an eye on as the season progresses.

With so many tragic developments already occurring in Season 4, it is anyone’s guess what the next couple episodes hold for Oliver and Felicity. Hopefully, some of these questions will be answered in the upcoming episode, titled “A.W.O.L.”

The next episode of Arrow is set to air January 27 on The CW.

Tell us! Were you more surprised that the Arrow stars could carry a tune or that they knew the words to a song from Frozen? Let us know in the comments and enjoy the video below.


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