J.J. Watt took stepped proper into Arendelle as Anna’s good-looking prince, including a complete new spin to the basic tune ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman?’
J.J. Watt, 30, simply went from soccer star to fairy story royalty! The Houston Texan confirmed up mid-way by means of SNL‘s take on Disney’s Frozen II, and had us wishing he was in the true deal. “Is anyone there? Elsa? Kristoff? Olaf? I’m gay?” Kate McKinnon‘s Elsa opened the sketch, as sister Anna got here to her rescue. “I don’t know what way we’re going, north, south, gay or straight.” Of course, the double entendre performed on the hypothesis round Elsa’s sexuality within the movie, with many contemplating the the music “Let It Go” to be the Princess’ approach of popping out. “Are you gay?” Anna then requested, as Elsa responded, “NO! I’m not anything!” as she introduced that she was planning to “freeze her eggs” come Frozen 3. We assume that may be a primary in an animated Disney flick, however hey, it’s 2020.
“We all know, we all know, we’ve all known since you were tween — when dressed as Brienne of Tarth three Halloweens in a row,” Anna sang again, referencing Gwendoline Christie‘s epic Game of Thrones character. “The lack of any romantic interest hasn’t bothered me anyway,” Elsa confidently responded, as J.J.’s Kristoff entered the image with a model new unique music. “Big and woke, big and woke, I’m a humungous, sensitive oaf,” he hilariously sang, including that he’s a “new kind of prince.” Elsa chimed in that he’s “not a bro,” (precisely what each soccer star desires to listen to), whereas main woman Anna added that he’s “gentle at first, but really can’t –,” earlier than getting lower off!
Beloved character Olaf additionally made an look and regarded like he grew up because the final time we noticed him. Thrilled to see his ordinary gang, the chums shortly took be aware of his, um, further carrot under the belt. “Hey, Olaf, what’s that second carrot?” J.J.’s Kristoff puzzled. “I guess I’m just growing up before your very eyes!” the lovable snowman introduced, reminding the gang that carrots are “good for your vision.” Why do we have now a sense we’ll by no means have a look at carrots the identical once more? “That thing is bigger than a coke can!” Kristoff sang again, including a complete new twist on the basic, “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?”
A comparatively quiet Sven stood by throughout all the debacle, seemingly unaware of what was happening. “I love carrots!” he hilariously introduced on the finish of the sketch.