A Ukrainian girl who recently performed a moving version of the hit Frozen “Let It Go” for his fellow citizens in a kyiv bomb shelter is safe in Poland. And in a moving performance from her host country, little Ella honored Ukraine with an a cappella version of their national anthem.
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Amellia Anisovych, 7 years old, sang the national anthem for an audience of thousands at a benefit concert for his country called “Together With Ukraine”. Artists from Poland and Ukraine performed at the event, which was held to raise funds for the aid organization Polish Humanitarian Action, according to the television network TVN.
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The images of the concert, held in a stadium in the Polish city of Łodz, showed Amelia taking the stage before a dedicated audience. Although she seemed overwhelmed as she walked towards her mark, she seemed to find her confidence and pride in her as she began to sing.
POLAND. The girl Amelia Anisovych who captured the hearts of the whole world by singing “Let It Go” in a bomb shelter, she has just sang on stage at a benefit concert in Poland where she was a refugee. pic.twitter.com/xSlIZEC7C4
– Liliana Franco (@lilianaf523) March 21, 2022
the talent of Amelia first went viral earlier this month, when a woman staying in a bomb shelter in kyiv asked him to sing for those seeking a little serenity in the midst of war. The girl launched into a stunning and passionate rendition of “Let It Go,” braided blonde hair trailing behind her like the queen of FrozenElsa.
Journalist and news producer Ankita Jan spread the one minute and 46 second video and it has since gone viral. Only on her Twitter account, the clip accumulates more than 370,000 likes and has been retweeted more than 90,000 times.
Little girl singing “Let it go” in a shelter#UkraineRussianWar #ukraine #UkraineUnderAttack pic.twitter.com/6gfcUoiwJJ
— Ankita Jain (@Ankita20200) March 6, 2022
The interpretation of the Ukrainian girl was so moving that Kristen Anderson-Lopezcreator of the theme, as well as others such as Coco and the serious Wandavisión, commented on the video with a message of encouragement: “Dear girl with the beautiful voice: My husband and I wrote this song as part of a story about the healing of a family in pain. The way you sing it is like a magic trick that spreads the light in your heart and heals all who listen to it. Keep singing! We are listening!”, expressed the composer.
Also the actress and singer of the theme, Idina Menzelexpressed a heartfelt message of support for little Amelia, which was accompanied by blue and yellow hearts, like the colors of the Ukrainian flag: “We see you. We really, really see you.”wrote.
Amelia’s mother, Lilia, 39, narrated in the interview to the The US Sun why the girl sang the Disney song. She explained that the children in the bunker were terrified, “but the video shows that the world is united and is with us and that gives us hope.” She “she was chatting with a woman and she explained that she liked to sing, so this lady encouraged her”.
“He asked me for permission to record it and of course I said yes. Even the babies stopped crying while she sang.”he noted in the interview.
It was not immediately clear when Amellia evacuated Ukraine and arrived in Poland. The BBC He reported that he is staying with his grandmother in the host country.
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