Kristen Bell really can turn her hand to anything.
Appearing on Jimmy Fallon this week, The Good Place actress proved her vast knowledge of Disney classics.
In this epic throwback, Bell reminds us of some of the greatest Disney songs of all time.
Singing seventeen seconds of seventeen hit Disney numbers, Fallon and Bell made me want to purchase Disney+ right away.
Continue scrolling to see which songs made the cut and to watch the magical video.
Move over Elsa...
via: YouTubeBell proved she is just as musically gifted as her Frozen co-star, Idina Menzel with this knockout performance.
With the help of Jimmy Fallon...
via: YouTubeThis duo took us on a magical Disney journey with a medley of the greatest Disney songs of all time.
When you wish upon a star...
via: IMDbThe first song Bell belted out was the Pinnochio (1940) classic "When You Wish Upon A Star."
Originally it was sung by Cliff Edwards.
via: Getty ImagesEdwards has starred in a number of Disney classics... he voiced Timothy Mouse in Dumbo (1941).
And of course...
via: IMDbEdwards voiced Jiminy Cricket in Pinocchio and sung the memorable "When You Wish Upon A Star."
via: IMDbNext up in Bell and Fallon's medley was the Mary Poppins (1964) anthem, "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious."
Julie Andrews won an Academy Award for Poppins.Andrews also bagged a Golden Globe for the role. I mean, fair play. It is incredibly difficult to say "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious."
via: IMDbNext Bell and Fallon transported us back to 1937 and The Snow White and the Seven Dwarves classic tune "Heigh-Ho."
I feel you Sleepy...I don't know what those dwarves put in their coffee but "Heigh-Ho," is definitely a track for people that love getting up and going to work every morning.
Look for the bare necessities...
via: IMDbI love this one! "The Bare Necessities" was originally written by Terry Gilkyson and performed by Phil Harris, as Baloo, and Bruce Reitherman, as Mowgli in The Jungle Book (1967).
Did you catch the live-action remake?
via: IMDbLike most of the live-action Disney movies that have been churned out over the last few years, The Jungle Book (2016) was a flop. Bill Murray voicing Baloo couldn't even save this picture. I guess the reality of a young boy hanging out with a wild bear isn't as cheery as it seemed in the animated version.
Under The Sea.
via: IMDbIs this number from The Little Mermaid (1989) the most popular Disney song of all time? It was written by songwriter, Howard Ashman and won the Oscar for Best Original song at the 1990 ceremony.
It was sung by Samuel E. Wright.Wright played the loveable crab, and true friend of Ariel, Sebastian.
Sticking with The Little Mermaid songs...Bell next dived into Ariel's solo, "I Wanna Be Where The People Are."
It was originally sung by Jodi Benson.
via: Getty ImagesBenson received the Disney legend award in 2011 and rightly so... Benson has been in loads of Disney movies from 101 Dalmations II (2003), Lady and the Tramp II (2001), Hercules (1998) to more recent projects like Ralph Breaks The Internet (2018).
A Whole New World...Written for the 1992 classic animation version of Aladdin, "A Whole New World," is probably the most romantic Disney song ever. Many a wedding has probably had this track on the playlist.
Shall we even talk about the recent Aladdin adaptation?
via: IMDbI think of all the live-action Disney adaptations, the 2019 Alladin live-action remake will go down in history for being absolute garbage. I mean...look what they did to Will Smith!
The Beauty and The Beast(2017) live-action was actually okay.I can whinge about live-action Disney remakes till the cows come home but in fairness, Emma Watson's 2017 Beauty and The Beast adaptation did really well. This movie made over a billion dollars in the box office.
Beauty and The Beast (the song).
via: IMDbThis classic Disney tune was recorded twice for the 1991 movie. First with the original cast and then with Canadian pop-star Celine Dion. Both versions were popular and the song bagged both the Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Original Song.
"Nants ingonyama bagithi baba,"
via: IMDb... Is the opening lyrics to The Lion King (1994) classic track, "The Circle of Life." It means, "There comes a lion."
"Can You Feel The Love Tonight..."Elton John wrote this memorable Lion King anthem and is one of those Disney songs that gets people all soppy emotional.
"Do you wanna build a snowman?"
via: IMDbIn the first nod to Bell's Frozen (2013) legacy, the medley breaks into the opening verses of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"
"You've got a friend in me..."Everyone's favorite Toy Story hit came up next, with Bell and Fallon getting close and singing the 1995 ballad about friendship.
Randy Newman wrote and sang the classic.
via: Getty ImagesNewman is a popular music composer for Disney and has written the score to an impressive 9 Disney/ Pixar movies. You'll have heard Newman's work in Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., Cars, Toy Story 3, Monsters University, Cars 3, Toy Story 4, The Princess and the Frog and James and the Giant Peach.
via: IMDbDo you remember the song "Remember Me," from the more recent Disney movie Coco (2017)? Well, Kristen Bell and Jimmy Fallon remembered it...
They played homage to Coco with a quick costume change...
via: YouTubeIf you hadn't remembered the song before this reference should jog your memories.
"Into The Unkown"In the second nod to the Frozen movies, Bell and Fallon sang some lines from the Frozen 2 hit "Into The Unknown."
Idina Menzel sings most of the Frozen hits...
via: Getty ImagesI'd say after this performance, Kristen Bell has proved she could give her a serious run for her money.
"Let it Go"Surprise, surprise, Bell ended the medley with Frozen's most popular song, "Let It Go."
Maybe there'll be more duets in Frozen 3...
via: Getty ImagesAfter Bell's knockout performance on The Jimmy Fallon Show, I'd expect nothing less.