Is It Possible That These Frozen Covers Are Better Than The Original?
Because listening to the same old version of 'Let It Go' can get pretty dull...
Frozen came out, what, like over a year ago? You’d have thought people would want to stop plugging away at that 'Let It Go' song by now, but no. Its heart-meltingly uplifting sentiment will continue to haunt people like this disgruntled dad who's clearly had the last twelve months of his life ruined.
The mouthpiece to an army of fathers who have likely had their eardrums kicked in by Idina Menzel, Joshua Elson has redubbed the lyrics to include “Let it go/ Let it go/ I’m going to smash the radio”. Get the guy a drink.
Assuming that ‘Let It Go’ has made disgruntled Dad hate all Disney Pixar productions, better keep him away from this version of a man doing the entire song in voices from animated classics. Our favourites are Lumiere and Cogsworth from Beauty And The Beast.
In the spirit of things being funnier/more impressive when they’re done in a voice that's not your own, here’s the biggest creep in the last 20 years of cinema, our man Gollum. Dedicated to all the ‘tricksy hobbits’ out there.
Because not all the good ‘Let It Go’ covers have to be p**s takes, here’s a heart-warming cover featuring a bunch of talented children and Alex Boyé, former lead singer of the European boyband Awesome. This was selected as YouTube’s Best Pop Cover Of 2014. Must be good then.
Enough niceties, this ‘ratchet’ cover by Sheedra takes away any of the good morals from the original, and replaces them with a man in a wig riding on stereotypes. Controversial? Definitely. We love it.
And to finish, here’s the version of 'Let It Go' where Lea Michele confesses to having thrown up whilst filming. If you want to visualise what this might look like, skip to 2.20 and let your mind do the work.
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