November 02 by HeatherComments are off for this post
Idina Menzel celebrated Halloween in a pretty epic fashion – by dressing up as Elsa and performing ‘Let It Go’ with Taylor Swift at Taylor’s Tampa, FL concert! Idina appeared dressed as Elsa and then in true diva fashion had a mid-song quick change. Here are pics:
And, a short clip of the performance:
August 28 by HeatherComments are off for this post
Idina Menzel is featured in an upcoming episode of children’s show, ARTHUR! The two-part episode, called “Shelter From the Storm”, premieres Tuesday, September 8. Here’s a synopsis:
When a powerful hurricane hits Elwood City, everyone’s affected. Ladonna’s dad is called up by the Army Corps of Engineers. Muffy relocates to a shelter, while ARTHUR struggles to reunite lost pets and owners. And Brain seeks the help of a therapist – voiced by special guest Idina Menzel – to help him manage his anxiety.
August 20 by HeatherComments are off for this post
Idina Menzel took part in a group “date” with fans using Periscope before her concert yesterday! Idina answered fan questions and chatted as her makeup and hair guru, Geo, got her ready for the show.
For the uninitiated, Periscope is an app that allows you to broadcast videos live. The app is free, so download it and follow Idina! Periscope deletes broadcasts after 24 hours, but a fan posted the video on Youtube, so you can watch it above.
As you all know, Idina has been on tour and yesterday, she stopped in Bristow, VA outside of Washington DC. This was my first show, so I was pumped to see her again after a year in If/Then. She was nursing a bit of a cold, but she sounded great and received several standing ovations! I added a bunch of photos from the show to the gallery:
Idina got a kick out of the name of the venue, Jiffy Lube Live and made several jokes about it. She then proceeded to make up a song about it and danced to it. Here’s some of that:
If you guys have any photos you would like to share, please send them my way! I’d love to add them to the gallery. You can e-mail them to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.