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Idina Menzel to Perform 'Frozen' Soundtrack 'Let It Go' at Oscars

February 12, 2014 (3:11 am) GMT
The track, which was written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, is up for Best Original Song award at the awards show to be held on March 2.

has been tapped to perform at the upcoming Oscars. The Broadway star, who voices Queen Elsa in Disney's "", is set to sing "Let It Go" from the animated movie's soundtrack at the awards-giving show on March 2.

Menzel has shared her excitement on Twitter. "It's really happening. I'm singing on the Oscars! Surreal. Thank u frozen family and Oscar producers for this incredible opportunity,' she wrote on Tuesday, February 11.

"Let It Go", written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, is featured in "Frozen" soundtrack album, which has so far spent 4 non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard 200.

The song is currently up for Best Original Song award at this year's Oscars. It's nominated alongside ' "Happy" from "", Karen O's "The Moon Song" from "" and 's "Ordinary Love" from "".

"Frozen" is also nominated in Best Animated Feature category. In addition to Menzel, the Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee-directed film stars , and . The successful movie has earned $900 million dollars at the box office worldwide.

This year's Oscars will be aired live on ABC from the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center.

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