Disney's animated juggernaut Frozen has taken the world by storm since premiering in theaters last November, racking up more than $950 million at the box office worldwide and developing legions of devoted fans. The movie's signature song, "Let It Go," originally sung by Broadway legend Idina Menzel, has been nominated for a Best Original Song Oscar and has inspired countless artists to try out their own rendition.
But which version is the best? Below, find our definitive ranking of the 11 best covers of "Let It Go."
Maddie and Zoe
They're so adorable it hurts.
Best use of Benedict Cumberbatch in a music video goes to this one. (Audio originally sung by Court Clark.)
Twelve year old Foy's folksy rendition is great for unwinding after a long day.
Jun Sung Ahn
Playing violin in the snow. Yep, that's a thing — a most wondrous thing.
Because guys can let it go, too.
In a most appropriate mashup, the Piano Guys cross "Let It Go" with Vivaldi's "Winter."
This is just straight-up the best thing ever.
When he's not moonlighting as Elsa, Mitch is part of the popular acapella group Pentatonix.
This girl is only nine years old. I repeat, this girl is only nine years old.
If you've ever wondered how "Let It Go" would sound like if Britney Spears or Adele sang it, then Bianco is your one stop shop.
Alex Boyé (Africanized Tribal Cover) Ft. One Voice Children's Choir
Simply perfection. If you haven't had this on loop for at least 48 hours straight, you're doing it wrong.