Idina Menzel took to the Oscar stage on Sunday night for the first performance of the night, singing the hit song Into The Unknown from Frozen 2.
Menzel, 48, performed the hit song, which is nominated for Best Original Song, with singer-songwriter Aurora, and nine international actresses – all of whom who have voiced Elsa in foreign releases.
These were Willemijn Verkaik (Germany), Maria Lucia Heiberg Rosenberg (Denmark), Lisa Stokke (Norway), Takako Matsu (Japan), Carmen Garcia Saenz (Latin America), Kasia Łaska (Poland), Anna Buturlina (Russia), Gisela (Spain) and Gam Wichayanee (Thailand).
Idina’s look: Idina Menzel took to the Oscar stage on Sunday night for the first performance of the night, singing the hit song Into The Unknown from Frozen 2
On stage: Menzel, 48, performed the hit song Into the Unknown, which is nominated for Best Original Song, with singer-songwriter Aurora and nine international actresses who have voiced Elsa in foreign releases
International affair: Joining the singers on the Oscar stage are Willemijn Verkaik (Germany), Maria Lucia Heiberg Rosenberg (Denmark), Lisa Stokke (Norway), Takako Matsu (Japan), Carmen Garcia Saenz (Latin America), Kasia Łaska (Poland), Anna Buturlina (Russia), Gisela (Spain) and Gam Wichayanee (Thailand)
Menzel hit the stage with a strapless white gown from J. Mendel, with billowing sleeves.
She also rocked a stunning diamond necklace with diamond earrings as well as she belted out the Oscar-nominated song.
Menzel had previously performed the blockbuster song Let It go at the Oscars in 2014, before it won Best Original Song for the first Frozen.
Idina’s look: Menzel hit the stage with a strapless gown from J. Mendel, with billowing sleeves
Stage look: She also rocked a stunning diamond necklace with diamond earrings as well as she belted out the Oscar-nominated song
Belting out: Menzel had previously performed the blockbuster song Let It go at the Oscars in 2014, before it won Best Original Song for the first Frozen
Frozen 2 star Idina Menzel hit the red carpet at the 92nd Oscars on Sunday afternoon, with husband Aaron Lohr in tow.
Menzel stunned in a strapless magenta J Mendel dress, which was fashioned into a bow on the side.
The Frozen 2 star was styled by Jill Lincoln and Jordan Johnston, wearing a cascading diamond necklace from Harry Winston set in platinum with over 60 carats of diamonds.
She also rocked Harry Winston pirouette earrings with 4.44 carats of diamonds, also set in platinum and a cluster ring with 3.92 carats of diamonds set in platinum.
The starlet’s hair was swept up into a chic updo by celebrity hairstylist Paul Norton, who revealed that he used products from IGK to create the stunning look.
Aaron and Idina: Frozen 2 star Idina Menzel hit the red carpet at the 92nd Oscars on Sunday afternoon, with husband Aaron Lohr in tow
Idina’s dress: Menzel stunned in a strapless magenta J. Mendel dress, which was fashioned into a bow on the side
International affair: The Academy originally announced in January that Menzel will perform her hit Frozen 2 song Into the Unknown with singer-songwriter Aurora, but last week it was revealed the song will be an international affair
‘On clean damp hair I used my WetBrush Frozen II Original Detangler to help detangle and disperse IGK Rich Kid Coconut Oil Gel from roots to ends as well as IGK Beach Club Volumizing Texture Spray,’ he explained.
‘I used my Bio Ionic 10X Ultralight Speed Dryer to tousle her hair dry to 90 per cent and then took sections from the bottom and working up, I used a round brush to give her a voluminous blowout.’
From there, he added soft waves into the hair with the Bio Iconic 3-In-One Styling Iron, and then applied the IGK Crybaby Smoothing Serum from the mid-lengths to the ends to ensure a sleek finish.
After gathering the hair into a low twist, he then sprayed the look with IGK’s 1-800-Hold-Me hairspray ‘for great hold’.
Disney’s hit sequel Frozen 2 has already surpassed its predecessor as the highest-grossing animated movie of all time.
International: It was revealed on Friday that Menzel and Aurora will be joined by actresses who voice Elsa on international versions of the sequel
The sequel, which hit theaters in late November, has taken in $474.2 million and $1.432 billion worldwide, easily out-grossing the original ($400.7 million domestic, $1.280 billion worldwide).
The movie earned over $100 million in two key foreign territories, China ($122.3 million) and Japan ($118.9 million).
Menzel also starred in the indie hit Uncut Gems in 2019 as Dinah Ratner, the wife of Adam Sandler’s Howard Ratner.
She also appeared in the live musical event Rent: Live, as part of the original Broadway cast of Jonathan Larson’s iconic rock opera.
She is also rumored to play the wicked stepmother in a new musical version of Cinderella, alongside Camila Cabello as the title character.
Oscar singers: Joining the singers on the Oscar stage are Willemijn Verkaik (Germany), Maria Lucia Heiberg Rosenberg (Denmark), Lisa Stokke (Norway), Takako Matsu (Japan), Carmen Garcia Saenz (Latin America), Kasia Łaska (Poland), Anna Buturlina (Russia), Gisela (Spain) and Gam Wichayanee (Thailand)
Indie hit: Menzel also starred in the indie hit Uncut Gems in 2019 as Dinah Ratner, the wife of Adam Sandler’s Howard Ratner
Hit song: Idina Menzel belts out Into the Unknown at the Oscars
Singers: Menzel is joined by international actresses who portrayed Elsa in foreign versions of Frozen 2
Take a bow: Menzel smiles with her fellow singers after singing Into the Unknown
All smiles: Menzel beams on stage after a strong performance
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