By Jomari Guillermo (media@latinospost.com) | First Posted: Nov 29, 2014 05:28 AM EST
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NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 07: Idina Menzel performs during the CMA 2014 Country Christmas on November 7, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by (Photo : Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

If you loved the movie "Frozen," then this news will probably excite you.

In an exclusive interview with the British newspaper The Telegraph, Idina Menzel, who voiced Elsa the Snow Queen in the hit movie "Frozen," revealed that a sequel to the film is on its way. "They're all in the works," she was quoted as saying.

She however said that she will not be in the stage show for "Frozen" but she hopes to be part of the sequel. "Ah, yeah sure. Not the stage show - I don't know what will happen with that - but the movie hopefully. We'll see. I'm just going along for the ride," she told The Telegraph.

The 43-year old Broadway star also revealed that she is happy that many young girls can identify her because of her role and song in the movie. "It depends on their age...But more than you'd ever think. I remember some of those classic Disney songs from movies, and you knew the character but you didn't know the person behind the song," she said.

"But this is different, this is weird. All the little girls love Elsa but they also want to meet me. I think that's because of social media, and their parents say, 'Watch this, this is the girl at the Oscars," added the actress.

She told The Telegraph that she is still grasping the fame that the song and movie gave her but maintains she should also be given credit for her interpretation of the song.

Menzel said that she is surprised and touched to receive praises and video tributes from fans. Among the many fan videos which caught her attention is one from a girl with autism, that of twins and one "where the song's been put in famous music scenes in movies," she said.

She also revealed why she loves "Frozen" and why it was such a hit. She said that is was a movie about sisters who just lost their parents so they should now depend on each other. "It's women depending on each other; it's a bond between them, not with a man," she said.

When asked if she has any tips to those who want to sing the "Let It Go" song, she humbly told The Telegraph, as stated in another report, that she can't give anyone advice as she herself can "barely sing it sometimes."

She added, "I can't wake up in the morning and just sing it." In the end, she said that everyone who would like to sing should just sing it "loud and proud" even if its in karaoke, in the shower, or in the car.

According to the Daily Mail, the movie "Frozen" is considered as "the highest grossing animated film" and "fifth highest grossing film" of all time after earning $1.274 billion worldwide.

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