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WATCH: Ellen DeGeneres and Kristen Wiig Lovingly Perform the Worst 'Let It Go' EVER

WATCH: Ellen DeGeneres and Kristen Wiig Lovingly Perform the Worst 'Let It Go' EVER

WATCH: Ellen DeGeneres and Kristen Wiig Lovingly Perform the Worst 'Let It Go' EVER

Here's something to make your day a little less like a Monday.

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This is what happens when you put two funny women who are also complete hams in the same room! Kristen Wiig appeared on Ellen DeGeneres' show to promote her critically-acclaimed film The Skeleton Twins and of course they wound up doing a heartfelt, if not wretched, rendition of 'Let It Go' from Frozen. These two sing the movie's mega-showstopper about as well as John Travolta pronounces "Idina Menzel," but who cares. It's freaking hilarious! Happy Monday! 

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Tracy E. Gilchrist

Tracy E. Gilchrist is the VP, Executive Producer of Entertainment for the Advocate Channel. A media veteran, she writes about the intersections of LGBTQ+ equality and pop culture. Previously, she was the editor-in-chief of The Advocate and the first feminism editor for the 55-year-old brand. In 2017, she launched the company's first podcast, The Advocates. She is an experienced broadcast interviewer, panel moderator, and public speaker who has delivered her talk, "Pandora's Box to Pose: Game-changing Visibility in Film and TV," at universities throughout the country.

Tracy E. Gilchrist is the VP, Executive Producer of Entertainment for the Advocate Channel. A media veteran, she writes about the intersections of LGBTQ+ equality and pop culture. Previously, she was the editor-in-chief of The Advocate and the first feminism editor for the 55-year-old brand. In 2017, she launched the company's first podcast, The Advocates. She is an experienced broadcast interviewer, panel moderator, and public speaker who has delivered her talk, "Pandora's Box to Pose: Game-changing Visibility in Film and TV," at universities throughout the country.