Jimmy Fallon has brought us some seriously amazing collaborations during his tenure as host of The Tonight Show. We've seen the History of Rap with Justin Timberlake, the Evolution of Dance with Jennifer Lopez and now Fallon has brought audiences the History of Disney Songs with none other than one of Frozen's Princess Anna, Kristen Bell. The video is enough to make you immediately sign up for Disney + if you haven't already!
Fallon kicked off the medley of some of Disney's most beloved songs with a rendition of the classic "When You Wish Upon A Star" from Pinocchio before transitioning into a rousing rendition of "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," from Mary Poppins. The duo sang tidbits of classic songs like The Jungle Book's "The Bare Necessities" and included hits from The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, and Toy Story. They used props including Bell holding a stuffed lion high in the air while Fallon channeled his inner Lion King.
The duo even climbed aboard a magic carpet as they sang Aladdin's "A Whole New World," complete with a wind machine.
The duo was replaced by skeletons for their performance of “Remember Me” from the movie Coco, earning a few laughs from the audience.
There was a playful moment between Fallon and Bell as they sang one of Frozen's hit songs "Do You Want To Build A Snowman?" before Bell introduced audiences to what is sure to become their child's latest obsession — "Into the Unknown" from Frozen 2. The audience broke into applause as Bell then transitioned into the smash hit "Let It Go" from the original Frozen as sparkling snowy glitter fell from the ceiling. You can check out the video below.
Naturally, Bell also sat down with Fallon to discuss her much anticipated upcoming movie Frozen 2 where she told Fallon what her favorite part of the movie was. "This one is a much bigger adventure than the first one," the actress shared. "I was really proud of the first one because we talked about self-love and familial-love when a lot of times you just get to talk about romantic love, but in this movie, we delve a little bit into romantic love and the thing I think I’m proudest of is the way that they represented Kristoff,” she added.
“In the second movie, Kristoff has a song that is going to blow your mind, sung by Jonathan Groff. It’s called ‘Lost in the Woods’ and it’s about his big feelings for Anna. And little boys don’t often see representation of other boys having really big, loving feelings.”
Check out Bell talking about her new Disney + show called Encore and a few of her favorite parts of Frozen 2 in the clip below.