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Kristen Bell helped brighten the mood of Hurricane Irma evacuees in Florida this weekend by doing what she does best — sharing songs.
The Frozen actress serenaded an Orlando shelter with songs from the blockbuster movie as residents sought protection from the deadly disaster.
Meadow Woods Middle School shared video of Bell singing “For the First Time in Forever.”
— Meadow Woods MS (@meadowwoodsms) September 10, 2017
“When #HurrcaneIrma is at your heels, there’s only one thing to do: get to a shelter, grab a mic and SING,” Bell tweeted, also writing, “When youre #singinginahurricane, your volunteer back up dancers can & will steal the show. Richard and Rebecca everyone!”
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The actress and singer wrote that she “didn’t have the option to leave” Orlando, as she is currently filming there.
On Sunday, she continued to share cheerful posts of the shelter scene, showing photos of herself hanging out with seniors and a video in which she sings “You Are My Sunshine” with an older gentleman, who she jokingly refers to as her “side piece here in Orlando.”
Bell’s Frozen co-star Josh Gad publicly thanked her on Friday for helping his family find shelter in Orlando ahead of Irma’s arrival.
So @kristenanniebell literally saved my parents and my entire family tonight from #hurricaneirma . When they were stranded in Florida, she got them a hotel room at her hotel in Orlando and saved them, my brothers, my sister-in-law and niece and nephew. They don’t make them like this girl. Thank you Kristin. You are truly an angel sent from above. And thank you @ewablueeyes for bother her when I asked you not to!!!!
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This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.
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