Watch Kristen Bell hilariously parody "Frozen" as a foul-mouthed Elsa
In The Good Place, Kristen Bell’s character’s swears are censored as fork, bench, and shirtballs (to name a few). But now, she’s getting her explicit revenge. You have to watch Bell’s R-rated Frozen parody from the new YouTube Red series Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television.
The actress, who voices Princess Anna in Frozen, proves that she’s perfect for audiences of all ages. That’s a pretty well-known fact, though; it’s no secret that Bell rocks it in both family-friendly roles and the more, erm, inappropriate ones. She’s the perfect person for a raunchy comedy, as demonstrated by her performance in Bad Moms. But rarely does she get to combine her two talents. That is, until now.
Watch Bell transform into the foul-mouthed Elsa that she was seemingly born to play. Trust us: You have to see it to believe it!
Oh yeah, that just happened.
Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television debuted on YouTube Red on Wednesday. Bell appears as a guest star in episode 7. She strays from her actual Frozen character, Anna, to play Elsa. And it’s pretty obvious that Bell really did let it go for this one.
She’s a Disney princess with a potty mouth!
Samira Wiley also stars in the YouTube Red series as Detective Mathers, Hansen’s LAPD partner.
In this clip, it looks like Wiley is dressed up as a fellow Disney princess: Tiana from The Princess and the Frog.
Based on the clips from the episode, it appears that Bell plays an extreme version of herself. The YouTube description of Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television states that “the show within a show within a show is as much about Hollywood as it is an action-comedy procedural.” So it looks like Bell is poking as much fun at herself as she is her Hollywood peers.
And it looks really funny too!
Whether she’s acting for kids or grownups or anyone in between, Kristen Bell is always a fan-favorite, and it’s no mystery why. We need to see more of Bell as a Disney princess with a dirty mouth who’s turned to a life of crime.