Another 'Let It Go' Cover is On the Horizon From James Maslow, Victoria Justice

There is no such thing as too much Frozen. Let's just get that out there right now. The winter may be dragging on, but nothing's been making it more bearable than the Disney movie that has been cropping up in the news again and again, launching memes, parodies, and heart-warming covers. From a little girl singing 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman' while having a splinter removed to a firefighter singing 'Let It Go' to coax a scared girl out of a trapped elevator, it's a pretty safe bet that Frozen is going to be melting our hearts (and giving us plenty of opportunity to make that pun) for a long while. Of course, fans of the movie aren't the only ones belting out the soundtrack. Demi Lovato was the first to cover the Oscar-winning anthem 'Let It Go', but she won't be the last. According to E! Online, James Maslow and Victoria Justice are currently in the studio working on a cover of their own.

Personally, I thought one cover was enough, but then I remembered that there's no such thing as too much Frozen. Why stop at two covers? Here are a few celebrities that I'd love to hear give the song a try next, if only because they'd bring something new to the table.


Zendaya has a different aesthetic than fans of the song would probably be used to. Her initial hit, 'Replay', is a sultry electro-R&B song and bringing that to a 'Let It Go' cover would result in an interesting sound that would definitely have us putting that song on replay.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga is pretty much known for her eclectic style and music tastes. Whether you love her or hate her, she's not afraid to experiment with how pop is supposed to sound and she wouldn't be afraid to experiment with how 'Let It Go' is supposed to sound either.


Adding Beyoncé to anything just makes it an automatic good, as far as I'm concerned. She's the reigning queen of girl power anthems and 'Let It Go' would be right up her alley. Infusing it with a hip-hop flare or even the experimental beats that we heard on her latest album would elevate the song to a whole new level.


Lorde has a different sound and content than almost anyone else out there and she's completely self-aware about it. Her version of 'Let It Go' would be slow and earnest, taking a relatable song and making it even more accessible somehow. If such a thing is even possible.

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