There’s a good chance that you (along with 90% of the world) were a fan of Frozen. The ballad, the girl power, the sisterly love – what’s not to like, right?
It wasn’t heavy on the romance, but hey, that wasn’t its vibe.
And while I hear Frozen 2 isn’t focused on romantic love either, necessarily, it does deliver a serious love song and some swoon-worthy lines delivered by an unlikely character – one Kristoff, who is now vying for the title of Everyone’s Favorite Prince.
In case you’ve somehow missed the hubub, here’s why hearts are swelling all over Disney-land tonight.
13. So many 80s babies feeling this.
So Frozen II’s best song is “Lost in the Woods” and I’ll fight you if you say otherwise. It’s an 80’s power-ballad for the ages.
— Jack Pattillo (@jack_p) November 24, 2019
12. Seriously. The best.
kristoff is one of the best disney characters. his best friend is his reindeer, he loves his fiancé in the most honest way, he’s great friends w her sister, he’s never mean, he’s the only guy but he never tries to lead/overshadow elsa or anna and he randomly sings love songs pic.twitter.com/7EtQU8AjHu
— mar’i 13 (@dicksgraysn) November 24, 2019
11. Let Anna be Anna.
And i also loved that he never "saved" anna, he helped her… that scene where he said "I'm here what do you need?"… the only prince ever ?❤
— Stefany (@arrivaIgirI) November 24, 2019
10. What’s not to love?
Okay, but can we talk about how Kristoff sang a power ballad about his feelings, told Anna that his love isn’t fragile, AND asked Anna what she needed during battle and didn’t tell her to step aside so he could protect her. I love it all so much❤️? #Frozen2 pic.twitter.com/5zOTCYC4WI
— Nora Dominick (@noradominick) November 23, 2019
9. Spitting in the eye of toxic culture is powerful medicine.
honestly i think kristoff saying f*ck toxic masculinity and singing his heart out in a power ballad to a completely empty forest & sven cured my depression
— ??????? ? (@disneybrini) November 23, 2019
8. It brings a tear to my eye tbh.
can we appreciate how frozen ii said "toxic masculinity?? screw that." and gave kristoff a power ballad about his feelings?
IMAGINE ALL THE LITTLE BOYS WATCHING THIS.
IMAGINE THIS BEING NORMAL TO THEM.
— cones of dunshire ledgerman (@maraczks) November 23, 2019
7. There aren’t enough heart emojis in the world.
kristoff telling anna that his love for isn’t fragile #frozen2 pic.twitter.com/I9IP9MHpxz
— ♋️ (@amysant1ago) November 25, 2019
6. This is basically all you need to say anytime a friend or loved one is struggling.
Cultural impact :
Kristoff saying Anything else
what do you
— Trang Dong (@tranganhdong) November 23, 2019
5. Favorite prince, favorite song.
4. Almost as many as Kristoff. Almost.
3. No, you don’t understand. We LOVE him.
They also made Kristoff’s entire storyline about love, something that usually only happens to the female protagonists
— Dinaㅣhadestown love bot #3 (@averagebwaystan) November 23, 2019
2. Little boys can do it all.
Kristoff is SINGLE HANDEDLY giving young boys a ROLE MODEL who teaches them it’s ok to FEEL AND EXPRESS EMOTIONS and also LOOK GOOD IN LEATHER. pic.twitter.com/8OkeZY6Dt2
— brodyryan (@BrodyRyan) November 23, 2019
1. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a better use for this GIF.
I’ve gotta say, I can’t think of a Disney prince who is more awesome (except maybe Flynn Ryder?).
Who’s your favorite? Have you seen Frozen 2? What do you think?