When Disney released Frozen, no one was ready for sisters Elsa and Anna and how they changed what it meant to be a Disney princess.

They were not ready for Idina Menzel’s “Let It Go,” which was Elsa’s big hit. The song was covered almost everywhere, and it became a song that people turned to when they were having trouble with something.

The song stayed a big hit for a long time. But it was very hard to sing the song. Menzel can hit notes that even the most experienced singers have trouble with.

Based on “British Acquired Talent,” Simon gave sixteen-year-old singer Jodie Bird an X in the past. But the other judges let him keep singing, and Jodi was able to move on to the next round.

For the second time, Jody chose to sing the well-known Disney song because he thought it would make everyone nervous. So far, not many singers have been able to do the song justice.

But Jodi finally sang the shorter version of the song “Let Go,” which got a good response and applause from the crowd. The judges liked his unique way of hitting the notes, and they were happy that he made it to the final round.

Even Simon had a big change of heart. He said that was the first time he gave it to X because he thought X needed some trust and help. He told Jody that the woman should thank him for pushing that button because it made him dig deeper and sing better. He was proud of how brave he was and told him how happy he was that he got to move on to the third stage. Jodi got an amazing and unique attempt to show Simon Cowell that he was wrong.