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Frozen's Let It Go is still the top Disney song in the UK!

2016-03-26 14:00
 

Los Angeles - Frozen's Let It Go has been named the UK's favourite Disney song.

The popular tune, which Idina Menzel sings as Snow Queen Elsa in the hit movie, has beaten off strong competition from the likes of fellow Frozen favourites Frozen Heart and Do You Want to Build A Snowman? as well as the Lion King's Circle of Life, which were second, third and fourth.

This is according to data from digital entertainment service DisneyLife's app, which also revealed The Lion King is the UK's favourite Disney movie, followed by The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast.

In case you haven't heard it enough, listen to Let It Go here:


Despite Frozen's dominance in the song category, the 2013 computer-animated fantasy film was nowhere to be seen in the favourite movie section.

Other Disney films adored by the UK public include Finding Nemo, The Jungle Book and Peter Pan.

However, Frozen did reclaim top spot in a different category, with DisneyLife app users reading Frozen Junior Novel and Frozen Movie Storybook more than any other Disney books.

This was followed by two Disney Princess entries, A Pet for a Princess and Princesses Through the Seasons.

What's more, Jessie ranks as the UK's favourite Disney Channel TV box set, followed by Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Hannah Montana.

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