Idina at Jiffy Lube Live

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: heather@idina-here.com.

Idina’s World Tour Press Blitz

Idina Menzel’s World Tour is one week away! She was interviewed by media outlets throughout the US and as far away as the Philippines this week to promote the tour.

Idina was photographed leaving her NY Live interview, so here are pics of that:

Plus, a few of her best interviews:

This is a fun one! Idina visited the studio and had some fun with the anchors.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k62gNN-ugTE
Idina talks about the set list and what fans can expect.


Idina chats about everything from Ask The Dust to her favorite Disneyland ride.

Here are more interviews: New York Live, AZFamily, MYXPhilippines, FoxBaltimore, RTLBlvd – Netherlands, MyCarolinaToday, You & Me This Morning in Chicago, Colorado CW

Idina Performs in Dallas

Idina Menzel performed at Vogel Alcove’s 24th Annual Arts Performance Event in Dallas, TX yesterday. Vogel Alcove is a nonprofit childcare center in Dallas, TX for homeless children ages six weeks to five years old.

Idina performed a bunch of her songs, including Let It Go, Defying Gravity, Brave, Love For Sale/Roxanne, Creep, and Always Starting Over. Check out more videos after the jump, thanks to Colleen!
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Idina on ‘Hey Kid’

James Snyder’s final ‘If/Then’ vlog, ‘Hey Kid’, is now available! James took a few minutes to chat with Idina (starting at 10:33) and reflect on the show and their year.  Stick around until 22:50 to see Idina’s mom, and 23:30 for an amusing cast rendition of “Mediocre Rhymes”