Disclosure: Disney provided me with an expense paid trip to Hollywood for the Disney Frozen Event in exchange for my review of the events of the trip. No other compensation is given. The opinions and experiences in my posts are 100% mine.
To Sing or NOT to Sing that is the QUESTION?!? #DisneyFrozenEvent
Before I start this blogpost, I need to make a disclaimer: Please be advised that no real animals were used in these tapings, the sounds you hear are not animals screeching they are in fact a live human singing (me in fact). Whew, I had to get that out the way and if you are wondering YES the singing is really that bad, but hey I did it anyway just to amuse myself and now obviously to amuse all my friends, family and fans. So consider me taking one for the team, in an effort to provide you all with some extremely hilarious comic relief. And although the singing was bad I was extra careful not to break any glass or blow any eardrums, the last thing I wanted to do was get charged for assault with a deadly weapon (aka my voice) during a fun Disney Trip. Okay, okay it’s not that bad but it is hilarious to not only hear me but see me.
Its on to voice recording…I hope I don’t break the glass with my voice lol #DisneyFrozenEvent
— Ms.Choya (@realfrugaldiva) November 20, 2013
As part of the my #DisneyFrozenEvent experience I was able to step behind the mic in a Real Live Disney Animated Studios Recording Booth, to re-enact 2 scenes’s from Disney’s latest animation Frozen, which by the way is #2 in the box office and indeed a must see movie. In both scenes I am the voice of Olaf the cutesy comedic snowman who is brought to life by Elsa’s (The Queen) magic. I told you about Olaf in My Review of Disney Frozen and I also told you he was one of my favorite characters, so it was an honor to be able to bring him to life with my voice. It was also inspiration that he was hanging on the back wall watching me like a little guardian angel, I am sure he is proud of the acting but a little sketchy about the singing.