Need some Christmas cheer? Just watch these delighted British schoolchildren as the staff of the Baden-Powell and St Peter’s Church of England Junior School surprises them with a flashmob rendition of “Let It Go” at the end of their Christmas service.
The number begins as a spoken word rendition, then mounts into a full scale production number. Yes, the persistence of “Let It Go” can be wearying, but it’s best to just ride this cultural phenomenon out and enjoy it where you can.
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