Kristen Bell turns into a Disney superhero during Hurricane Irma

2017-09-11 10:21
 
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Cape Town – Kristen Bell has been making “lemonade outta Irma” as she calls it, while stranded in Florida.

In better words, upon the arrival of Hurricane Irma in the southeastern most US state the Frozen actress has been helping people in need as best she can.

One of these ways was by singing for children and their parents at a local middle school, which is being used as a shelter, on Saturday.

Kristen turned into a modern day Disney superhero by performing Frozen favourite For the First Time in Forever.

WATCH VIDEOS OF KRISTEN SINGING HERE:

The 37-year-old - who is in Florida filming her latest movie - is taking shelter at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel.

Also at the Swan and Dolphin resort hotel being sheltered from the hurricane are “a few thousand senior residents” who have been kept entertained by Kristen and many other “anonymous lovely people staying at the hotel.”

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Dining with all my new friends! #irma #hurricaneirma

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Kristen also recently helped secure shelter for Frozen co-star Josh Gad’s family. In an Instagram post, Gad praised his co-star calling her “an angel sent from above” for helping.

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And according to a tweet by actress Jennifer Carpenter – who starred in People Are Dead with Bell – Kristen secured shelter for her grandmother and aunt.”

SEE THE TWEET HERE:

In a FaceTime interview on news station CBS Sacramento on Sunday morning, Kristen spoke about making things work with what they have. She said: “We visited a shelter to try and sing for some people and lift their spirits a little bit.”

Kristen added: “We've just told the front desk that we have an able-bodied crew and if we need to deliver toilet paper and water to people's rooms, we're ready to be on staff.”

WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE:



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