WATCH: Ukrainian Girl Sings Frozen Video Viral On Instagram, Reddit, Twitter, and, YouTube: A moving rendition of a little girl of the successful song “Let It Go” from the animated movie “Frozen”, recorded and performed while she crouched down in a bomb shelter in Kyiv. The video of this emotional moment has gone viral as the forces of Ukraine continue to fight off a Russian invasion. A video clip of the girl whose name is Amelia, singing at the shelter was first uploaded on Facebook on Thursday by Marta Smekhova, who says she filmed it after taking the permission of the mother of the girl. This video receives thousands of views and comments. Follow More Update On Princekallz.com
Ukrainian Girl Sings Frozen Video
Smekhova wrote, “From the first word in the (bomb shelter) came complete silence…everyone put their business aside and listened to a song by this girl who was just beaming light…even men could not hold back the tears.” It is still not clear yet when the video was taken or in which location at Kyiv the shelter is located. The video has been shared 99,000 times on Facebook. It has been reposted on several social media sites, with each version racking up tens of thousands of views.
On Sunday, 8th March 2022, plans for Poland to send fighter jets to Ukraine were given the “green light” by the United States in the middle of warnings from Russia that countries hosting the military aircraft of Kyiv could end up being engaged in an armed conflict. In the video, Amelia belts out a version of “Let It Go” for those sheltering in the bunker. Some are watched lying on the floor, while others stand or sit around Amelia and record her performance on their cellphones.
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The song was initially recorded for the soundtrack of the animated Disney movie Frozen. Sung by actress Idina Menzel and written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, it triumphed the Academy Award for Best Original Song and reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. In the year 2014, Disney released a compilation of 42 versions of the foreign language of the song, including translations in Russian and Ukrainian.
When Amelia finishes, the crowd erupts in applause and cheers. “Bravo! Bravo” one voice exclaims, as a shy and rosy-cheeked Amelia clutches her hands in front of her face. Smekhova stated she filmed the girl, whose age is not known while visiting a bomb shelter in Kyiv. She wrote, “Seeing in one of the Kyiv bomb storage, how children draw bright pictures in half-darkness. I, of course, could not silently pass by…stopped, praised, offered to do a little exhibition to somehow decorate this not so happy place.”