Even If You're Sick of 'Let It Go' Covers, You Should Watch This


Just when the internet was getting sick of “Frozen” covers, this little diva came out of nowhere and performed the best one yet.

In the video below, Zariah, 4, who has Down syndrome, gets in touch with her inner Disney princess in the bathroom mirror. Her mother, Jennifer Jalomo, posted the video on her Facebook page last week, saying “So I had to post this.”

Since then, this cuteness has been shared nearly 80,000 times! Her father, Larry Jalomo, commented on the video, saying “She is our star.”

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