Girl Who Sang Frozen in a Ukraine Bomb Shelter, Sings at a Charity Concert in Poland
Amelia told onlookers in the bomb shelter that she "dreams of singing on a big stage in front of an audience." Now, she did!
March 23, 2022
Amelia Annisovych, the girl who went viral in a video of her singing the Frozen hit Let It Go in a bunker in Kyiv, got to sing the Ukrainian national anthem during a charity concert held in Poland.
Amelia, 7, told the British broadcaster through a translator it was "OK" in the bomb shelter. "There were other children there," she said.
According to the Washington Post, Amelia told onlookers in the bomb shelter that she "dreams of singing on a big stage in front of an audience."
"She really loves singing," her grandmother, Vira, told the BBC through a translator. "She really does sing from morning till night." Amelia's parents stayed behind in Ukraine to help fight the Russians, according to the British broadcaster.
Asked by the BBC what she hopes for her family, Amelia was quick to reply. "I would be very happy to be with my mother and father," she said.
The girl's rendition of the popular song from Disney's "Frozen" drew attention around the world, including from Idina Menzel, who voiced the character, Elsa, behind the song. "We see you," the actress wrote. "We really, really see you."