'Let It Go': Jimmy Fallon, Idina Menzel, The Roots Nail It (Video)

Tuesday, 04 Mar 2014 01:20 PM

By Alexandra Ward

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Idina Menzel stopped by Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" Monday to perform "Let It Go," the award-winning "Frozen" theme song, just a day after John Travolta butchered her introduction to sing it at the Oscars.

Accompanied by Fallon, The Roots, and a set of classroom instruments, Menzel gave a stunning rendition of the tune that won Best Original Song at Sunday night's Academy Awards.

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The Broadway star best known for her roles in "Wicked" and "Rent" appeared more relaxed than she did at Hollywood's biggest night a day earlier. Twitter users speculated that Travolta's flub during her intro — he called her "Adele Dazeem" — may have thrown her off.




Fallon took "The Tonight Show" reins from longtime host Jay Leno last month while "Saturday Night Live" veteran Seth Meyers stepped up to helm "Late Night."

"Frozen" also took home the Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film.



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