Oscar Producers Haul in Swarovski Crystals for ‘Frozen’ Performance

Frozen soundtrack

If there’s a sudden worldwide shortage of Swarovski crystals in the coming weeks, blame the Oscars.

Oscar producers have trucked in hundreds of thousands of Swarovski crystals to decorate the set for Idina Menzel’s performance of “Let It Go,” the best song contender from Disney’s hit toon “Frozen.”

The veteran Broadway belter performance of the uptempo tune is expected to be one of Sunday’s show-stopping moments — and with all those crystals it should be dazzling to the eye, too.

“Let It Go,” written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, has emerged as a smash hit that has kept the “Frozen” soundtrack high on the SoundScan album chart in recent weeks.


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  1. Pookie says:

    What a load of poppycock!
    You need to check your facts before you print something so blatantly preposterious!
    There is no shortage of Sworfski crystals. This is not some little business operating out of a garage.
    This is the leading producer of fine Crystal for the entire World.
    To suggest that they cannot produce enough product to devour are a stage insults the reader’s intelligence.

    • Shadowed Rainbow says:

      Dude, they were joking. Chill out, it was just an interesting opening line.
      And hundreds of thousands of crystals is a lot of crystals either way.

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