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'Frozen' Sequel is 'In The Works' – Idina Menzel ConfirmsFacebook/ Frozen

All you "Frozen" fans out there, here is some good news. "Frozen 2" is in the making, according to Idina Menzel, the singer who voiced the character of "Elsa."

Talking to The Telegraph about the rumours about an upcoming movie, a stage adaptation and a short film, Menzel said, "They're all in the works."

Menzel also said that she will probably reprise her voice as Elsa in the movie but couldn't affirm if she'll be involved in the theater production.

"Not the stage show. I don't know what will happen with that, but the movie hopefully. We'll see. I'm just going along for the ride," the Broadway singer said.

Menzel's song "Let It Go" won several awards including an Academy Award. Talking about the popularity of the song, Menzel said that she was surprised when little girls recognized her as the singer of the super-hit tune.

"I remember some of those classic Disney songs from movies, and you knew the character but you didn't know the person behind the song. But this is different, this is weird," Menzel said adding that it is probably because of the social media and their parents who encourage them to watch her saying "Watch this, this is the girl at the Oscars."

Idina Menzel has a recurring role in the musical series "Glee" as Lea Michele's biological mother, but the 2014 Academy Awards and John Travolta helped catapult her fame higher. Travolta misspelled her name while announcing her performance at last year's Oscars and that triggered off a global laugh riot.

But more than anything else, Menzel gives her song and its interpretation the most credit for her fame.

"I've been trying to understand why it's helping me so much, personally. But then I think, 'Oh, I should give myself some credit – maybe it's the interpretation of the song that I gave.'"

The songstress noted that "Let It Go" was a difficult song to sing and even she can barely sing it right sometimes.

"It's really hard. I can't wake up in the morning and just sing it, you know. I guess my advice is everyone that likes to sing it should sing it loud and proud and karaoke it out, sing it in the shower, sing it in the car and don't worry about hitting the high notes. I'm the only one who has to worry if people are gonna criticize me," she said.

While Menzel confirmed the frozen sequel, there is no official word from Disney about it yet.