HOLLYWOOD HILLS—“Frozen” stars, Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, received their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, November 19.
The unveiling comes three days before the release of the sequel “Frozen 2,” where both actresses resume their roles as Ana and Elsa that made them household names.
Menzel is known for her performance of the song “Let It Go” from the movie “Frozen,” which won the Oscar for the Best Original Song in 2014. The song also won a Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Medium in 2015.
Menzel is also known for many performances in the Broadway musical “Wicked” and her performance in the 2005 movie “Rent.” While being honored with her star, Menzel said:
“Never in a million years could I think that I’d be standing here among all these incredible names on the sidewalk.”
Bell is known for her roles dating back to the TV series “Veronica Mars” in 2004, as well as her current role in the NBC comedy “The Good Place.” While unveiling her star Bell was all smiles.
“Thank you. I am so grateful to be accepting this honor today on these hallowed streets where ‘Pretty Woman’ sold her body for money,” Bell laughed and joked while making her speech.
Michael Schur, executive producer and writer of “The Good Place,” honored Bell by joking that everyone close to Bell has a conspiracy theory that she in fact must be cloned due to how much she does and how hard she works.
“Frozen 2” hits theaters on Friday, November 22.