Idina Menzel asked for major change to ‘Let It Go’ while recording it

Idina menzel asked for major change to 'let it go' while recording it

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Idina Menzel tells CNN’s Chris Wallace about the change she made to “Let It Go” from Disney’s “Frozen” when she was recording the iconic song.

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