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Frozen star and Queen singer announced for London Pride performance

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Frozen star Idina Menzel and Queen singer Adam Lambert have been announced as performers for Pride in London. The pair have been announced as headliners alongside YouTube icon Todrick Hall for the special event, which will take place across five stages on July 1 at Soho Square, Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square, Golden Square and Dean Street.

Lambert will be performing new single, ‘You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)’, which was recorded with Sigala and serves as the official song for the festival. Related: Frozen director Jennifer Lee wanted to "kill the snowman"Menzel, who voiced Elsa in both Frozen and its sequel, will perform on the stage at Trafalgar Square; other stages are located at Leicester Square, Golden Square and Dean Street, with a brand new space introduced at Soho Square.

Also performing on the day will be RuPaul’s Drag Race UK star Victoria Scone and the West End cast of SIX the Musical, with one stage dedicated to trans performers curated by Mzz Kimberley.

More information on the lineup is available on the London Pride website. Menzel, who also appeared in Enchanted and Disenchanted, recently spoke about one regret she harboured from recording ‘Let It Go’, explaining that she changed her vocal pitch to match the character’s age. “I came in once and I sang it and I came back another time, because they had written another part to it and they changed some of the lyrics,” she began. “I realised that my voice sounded too mature, in order to really embody this young woman that you see in the movie, so I asked them to take it up [a note]. Related: Netflix teams up with Kristen Bell and Modern Family boss for new comedy show“I don't know why I did that, because when I'm in concert all over the world and I have a.

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