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This Might Be Adele Dazeem’s Best “Let It Go” Yet

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March 4 2014 9:59 AM

This Might Be Adele Dazeem’s Best “Let It Go” Yet

For all the hype for Sunday night’s performance at the Oscars, this might be Adele Dazeem’s best “Let It Go” yet. In the tradition of previous viral hits from Late Night With Joey Wailson (now part of Wailson’s Tonight Show), Dazeem was joined by Theo Roberts and an array of classroom instruments for a special stripped-down rendition of the song.

(After you’ve watched the performance, don’t forget to Travoltify your name.)

Previously
Here’s the Oscars Musical Performance Everyone Was Waiting For

Forrest Wickman is a Slate senior editor. He writes and edits for Slate’s culture blog, Brow Beat.

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