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10-Yr-Old’s “Frozen” Performance Turns Truly Magical When Her Best Friends Step In.

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The Beatles sang the lyrics, “I get by with a little help from my friends,” over 50 years ago, but that sentiment still resonates today.

Having friends behind you makes you feel like you can accomplish anything! A good friend will always support you and go out of their way to help you shine. When you’ve got a best friend or two, you know you can depend on them to have your back… even if that means crouching behind you and throwing out fake snow at the appropriate times.

Yes, we know that sounds weird. Allow us to explain.


At an¬†elementary school in Japan, the kids held a lunch contest where they’d put on little performances for each other. One little girl, a 10-year-old named¬†Kuroko Shiroko, decided to do a lip-sync performance to the song “Let It Go” from the Disney movie “Frozen.”

Kuroko, all dressed up as Elsa, gets up in front of the whole school and starts performing. After a few seconds, you notice her two best friends crouching behind her…

What are they up to? Moments later, we find out!


The two girls are there to provide the “magical” aspect to the performance! Using spray cans filled with white sparkly “snow,” the girls are a two-person special effects crew.

Their craftiness doesn’t stop there, though. They follow Kuroko around the stage area, helping to create the visuals to match her performance. At one point, they are literally the “wind beneath her wings!”


Thanks to her two BFFs, Kuroko won the lunch contest!

Kuroko’s cousin Lina recorded the entire performance and uploaded it to her Twitter page where it understandably went viral. Everyone who sees the video agrees that this little girl has two really exceptional friends behind her!

Watch the sweet performance below, and be prepared to smile when you see that snow effect in action. And don’t forget to share with someone else who knows the value of friendship!

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