Little Ukrainian Girl Who Went Viral Singing “Let It Go” In Kyiv Bomb Shelter Sings Ukraine’s National Anthem For Massive Stadium In Poland

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Well, this is easily the sweetest thing you’ll see all day.

A couple weeks ago, we shared a precious video of a little Ukrainian girl, Amelia, singing “Let It Go”, the iconic song from the Frozen movie soundtrack, to a crowd of fellow citizens who were all trying to stay safe in a bomb shelter.

It was a touching moment that distracted everyone in there, even if only for a few seconds, from the horrific war going on as Russia continues to invade Ukraine and murder thousands of innocent people there.

“Let It Go” singer Idina Menzel shared the video on her own Twitter account, and the original video went viral with nearly 17 million views now:

At the time that video was posted, Amelia was with her grandmother and siblings trying to make it safely to Poland after fleeing war-torn Ukraine, and thankfully, they eventually did make it.

Over the weekend, little Amelia took the stage to sing the Ukrainian national anthem, “Shche ne vmerla Ukrainy”, in front of a packed soccer stadium for a fundraiser at the Atlas Arena in Lodz, Poland… and her performance will give you chills.

Amelia wore a traditional white Ukrainian embroidered dress as she sang the anthem on the televised Together for Ukraine charity concert live on Sunday night, which raised an equivalent of more than $380,000 from viewers, with the organizer, TVN Media, donating another $800,000.

While the scene in Ukraine continues to be heartbreaking with countless lives lost already, moments like this give everyone just a little bit of hope, and Amelia absolutely nailed it. She’s only seven, but she already has so much stage presence and sang her heart out for her country up there with thousands of people watching.

She’s a superstar in the making… check this out, you’ll be glad you did:

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