Elsa Just Really Let It Go In Saturday Night Live’s “Deleted Scenes” From Frozen 2

Frozen 2 is about to be released on DVD come February 25th, so you can watch it in the comfort of your own home pretty soon!

While you wait, you can check out this pretty hilarious skit that Saturday Night Live did that they’re calling “Deleted Scenes.”

These scenes definitely aren’t kid-friend and definitely don’t come with the standard PG rating of all your favorite animated Disney movies.

Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong starred as Elsa and her sister Anna. Kyle Mooney and J.J. Watt (who is actually a player in the NFL for those of you who are not sports fans) played Olaf and Kristoff in the skit.

Instead of your standard rendition “Let It Go,” Elsa and Anna sing “We All Know” and Elsa reveals her real sexual preference.

YouTube; Elsa and Anna are pictured above in the Saturday Night Live skit

“We all know. We all know. We’ve all known since you were a tween, when you dressed as Brienne of Tarth on three separate Halloweens,” Anna belts out.

“I don’t know whether we’re headed north, south, gay, or west,” Elsa explains.

“I’m not anything. You have a fulfilling heterosexual marriage at the age of 18 and I’ve just spent two whole movies playing with snow,” Elsa goes on to say after Anna asks her about her sexuality.

“Both are equal and good. And then in Frozen 3 I can just freeze my eggs.”

The whole thing is pretty humorous and I have to say, the costumes are spot on.

You can watch the whole skit below and let me know what you think in the comments!

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