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How many ways can people display their love for Frozen? It seems like we’ve exhausted all the options. In order to get noticed in the digital age, some are probably trying to ride the coattails of the movie’s popularity. With so many tributes, parodies, interpretations and whatnot, it’s hard to sort through what is worth your precious internet minutes.

A dance troupe in Japan wants you to watch their Frozen performance and they guarantee it won’t be a waste of your time. How do they know? It starts with one simple word: cross-dressing.

It’s clear that even Japan is pretty much over the Frozen craze. At the start of the video you can hear one of the audience members cry out, “No way, seriously???” But everyone in attendance was there to watch the show, and if the performers decide to go with “Let it Go” they’re just going to have to deal with it, especially when “Elsa” walks on stage and looks exactly like a man in a dress.

A performance like this could go anywhere. Is it a parody of the movie? Some sort of random cross-dressing fanfare? Luckily it’s all of the above, plus some sweet dance moves. Check it out!:


What makes this dance so great is how it mimics the movie and uses on-stage performers to recreate iconic scenes.

▼ Elsa needs to make a bridge in this part? No problem, we can fly out and be the bridge.

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The video is more than nine minutes long, with “Let it Go” only taking a few minutes to perform. The second half has an interlude routine set to “Lucky Strike” by Maroon 5, and it all comes back together with Demi Lovato’s version of “Let it Go” (in Japanese of course). Each member of the 20-man ensemble is clearly talented, but we want to give a special shout out to Elsa, the break-dancing champion of Disney.

▼ Seriously, how do you do that in a dress?!

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Just like the winter in Arrendale, these dancers performed and left in the blink of an eye. Two-thousand people watched this performance and while it certainly started off with people feeling skeptical, it ended in wild applause. We hope they come back, because we would love to see a routine about Big Hero 6.

Source & Images: YouTube