There’s Frozen Concept Art Where Elsa Is Basically Bette Midler

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During her tenure as a Disney Animation artist, Claire Keane envisioned a version of Frozen‘s Snow Queen, Elsa, who was “based on Bette Midler’s showgirl stage presence.” Well… that’s… OK then. I’m not going to be able to get Bette Midler singing “Let It Go” out of my head now. Thank you for that. It’s somewhat unspeakably awesome. Keane also drew up concept art for an Elsa inspired by “Amy Winehouse’s pathos…. with a deep, soulful voice and dramatic mood swings.” A sketch of that is under the jump, and you can see more on Keane’s website.

(via: io9)


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