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[See VIDEO] Idina Menzel Performs “Time of My Life” After Going Blonde

Does Idina Menzel now look just like the character Elsa whom she voiced in the movie Frozen? You be the judge.


Idina Menzel has gone blonde and is not happy about the comparisons to Elsa from the movie “Frozen.” The singer also joined new “Late Late Show” host James Corden in a to die for rendition of the hit 80s ballad “The Time of My Life.”

The 43 year old Tony winner sang the iconic song “Let it Go” from the hit 2013 Disney animated movie “Frozen.” She also voiced the film’s main character Elsa, who just so happened to be a blonde.

This has led many to speculate that perhaps the natural brunette Menzel chose to go blonde because she wanted to look just like Elsa.

Just look at the picture above and tell us what you think.

Appearing on the local morning show Good Day LA yesterday she said, “They say I did it because I was inspired by my Elsa character, which I found very insulting. That I would wake up one day and want to be blond, so I could look like an animated character…I just never, ever do anything with my hair and I finished my Broadway show. Eight shows a week, same thing.”

“I look just like her! Oh Elsa, thank you so much. We’re exactly the same aren’t we? Those skinny balletic arms and that tiny waist, ” Menzel added.

Meanwhile she performed in her new blonde hairdo on “Late Late Show” this week. The song she sand with the show’s host, “The Time of My Life, ” came from the classic 1987 hit movie “Dirty Dancing” which starred Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey.

See her performance here:

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