On Wednesday, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace was reduced to grilling Idina Menzel about her song “Let It Go” from the movie Frozen. The interview, which took place on Wallace’s show Fox News Sunday, was a light-hearted exchange between the two, but it still raised some eyebrows as to why Wallace was asking Menzel about the song.
The interview began with Wallace asking Menzel about the song’s success and whether she had any idea of its potential when she first recorded it. Menzel replied that she had no idea that it would become such a hit. She then went on to explain the message behind the song, which is to “let go of fear and be true to yourself.”
Wallace then asked Menzel if she had any advice for young people who might be struggling with similar issues. Menzel replied that it’s important to “embrace who you are and don’t be afraid to take risks.” She also added that it’s important to “not be too hard on yourself” and to “be kind to yourself.”
The interview ended with Wallace asking Menzel if she had any advice for parents of young children who might be struggling with the same issues. Menzel replied that it’s important to “love your kids and keep the communication open.” She also said that it’s important to “listen to their feelings and validate them.”
The exchange between Wallace and Menzel was light-hearted and humorous, but it still raised some eyebrows as to why Wallace was asking Menzel about the song. Some people on social media even joked that Wallace was “reduced to grilling Idina Menzel about her song.”
Regardless of the reason why Wallace asked Menzel about the song, it was still a pleasant exchange between the two. Menzel’s advice to young people and parents was valuable, and it’s clear that she is passionate about the message behind her song.