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Kristen Bell Saves 'Frozen' Co-Star Josh Gad's Family From Hurricane Irma

Kristen Bell Saves 'Frozen' Co-Star Josh Gad's Family From Hurricane Irma

"Thank you so much @IMKristenBell for stopping by and encouraging us with your lovely voice and positive message!"

This morning, she revealed on Instagram that a few thousand senior residents have been evacuated to her hotel, and she has since been sharing videos and snaps with her "new friends". She shared a picture from her visit, "When youre #singinginahurricane, your volunteer back up dancers can & will steal the show".

The Frozen actress is doing all she can to help others, as well.

The gentleman, who sang "You Are My Sunshine", was among the latest seniors to be featured on her Irma-filled Twitter and Instagram accounts.

As previously reported, Kristen Bell stepped in to actually help Josh Gad's parents to safety from Hurricane Irma by getting them a room in the hotel she was staying at.

The "Frozen" star performed for a group seeking shelter at Meadow Woods Middle School in Orlando, Florida. 'Richard and Rebecca everyone! She treated Floridians seeking shelter at a local Orlando school to an impromptu performance of "Let It Go" from her animated movie.

He continued in the caption: "They don't make them like this girl".

'We're gonna make lemonade outta Irma'.

. But actress and singer Kristen Bell may well be a real-life heroine!

Kristen Bell was making the best of her situation while she hunkered down in Orlando waiting out Hurricane Irma.

Some people are worth melting for, and Kristen Bell is one of those people.

Kristen has also been posting to her social media about the incoming Irma, a Category 5 hurricane with 180 miles per hour winds. "But as she walked around and talked to people, inviting them to the auditorium to sing, people began to gain interest and perk up". Kristen secured shelter for Josh's relatives who live on the state's east coast - where she now is staying.

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