WATCH: Ai-Ai delas Alas lip-synchs ‘Let It Go’ in the snow as Elsa in ‘Frozen’
Ai-Ai delas Alas, who is currently in the United States, is living the “Frozen” dream as she playfully performed “Let It Go” in the snow.
Delas Alas gave fans a glimpse of her lip-synch performance while dressed up as Disney’s “Frozen” character Elsa, as seen on her Instagram page on Tuesday, Jan. 4.
“Elsa LET IT SNOW AY GO PALA (Elsa let it snow, I mean go). The cold never bothered me anyway,” she said, alluding to lyrics from the song “Let It Go.” “shuta ang lamig mag [paandar] lang sa [TikTok].” (Geez, it’s so cold, just to post something on TikTok.)
The actress-comedian expressively mimicked Elsa’s actions while dancing in the snow. She also thanked her husband Gerald Sibayan who filmed her, noting how unlike her, Sibayan was dressed for the cold weather.
“Maraming salamat sa aking cameraman sa kanyang support at [pagmamahal] habang [naka-jacket siya] and kumpleto [siya] ng [pang-pa-init Gerald Sibayan],” she said.
(Many thanks to my cameraman for his support and love while wearing a jacket and complete outfit to keep himself warm.)
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Fans, who were entertained by delas Alas, commended the actress for her performance, as seen on her page.
“I love you miss [Ai-Ai]..ang ganda mo na [nakakapagpasaya] ka pa ng [maraming] tao (Apart from being beautiful, you also make a lot of people happy),” one @nancylagrosa said.
“Hula ko si [Olaf] ang cameraman (I’m guessing Olaf is the cameraman). [Laugh out loud.] happy new year po,” one @elsabaebera quipped, referring to another “Frozen” character.
“Hahaha naitawid mo Miss Ai… kaaliw ka, a true performer,” one @swannies_boracay wrote. (You nailed it, Ms. Ai-Ai. You’re entertaining, a true performer.)
Delas Alas recently graduated from an international school where she took pastry and baking courses. By taking the courses, she was able to manage her anxiety. JB
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