November 17, 2019
On November 12, the duo honored the history of Disney songs on "The Tonight Show," performing a medley of Disney's most significant musical numbers through nine decades of cinema.
"In this movie, we delve a little bit into romantic love, and the thing I think I'm proudest of is the way that they represented Kristoff."
To begin things off, they went with the classic "When You Wish Upon a Star" from "Pinocchio" and ending with "Let It Go" from "Frozen."
In between, the princess of Arendelle and the prince of late-night TV sang beloved tunes, including "Beauty and the Beast," and "Under the Sea."
During their spectacular performance, the pair also used props now and then, including a flying carpet for "A Whole New World" and a stuffed lion for a reenactment of "Circle of Life."
Bell sang a sneak preview of "Into the Unknown," a song from the upcoming "Frozen 2" near the end.
The actress likewise chatted with Fallon about what fans can expect from "Frozen 2," which hits theaters on November 22, as reported by TODAY.
"This one is a much bigger adventure than the first one. I was really proud of the first one because we talked about self love and familial love … In this movie, we delve a little bit into romantic love, and the thing I think I'm proudest of is the way that they represented Kristoff," she said.
Bell added, "In the second movie, Kristoff has a song that is going to blow your mind, sung by Jonathan Groff. It's called 'Lost in the Woods' and it's about his big feelings for Anna. And little boys don't often see representation of other boys having really big, loving feelings."
Bell started her acting profession by starring in stage productions while going to the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
She accumulated critical acclaim for her first major role as the title character in the television series "Veronica Mars." Her breakout film role was in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" in 2008.
Bell has since appeared in several comedy films, including "Couples Retreat," "When in Rome," and "You Again."
Meanwhile, Fallon turned into a breakout star during his time on "SNL," according to Factinate.
In 2009, he took over "Late Night." Five years later, he was picked to replace Jay Leno as host of "The Tonight Show."
Since taking over the job, Fallon has won the People's Choice Award for Favorite Late-Night Host every year.