When Disney released Frozen, the whole world wasn’t ready for sisters Elsa and Anna and how they renamed what it meant to be a Disney princess. Naturally, they weren’t ready for Elsa’s song “Let It Go” by Idina Menzel. Covers of the song popped up almost everywhere, and it became a song that popped up whenever someone started having trouble doing something. The song remained a popular hit for several years. But the song was quite difficult to interpret. Menzel is capable of hitting notes that can cause trouble for even the most experienced singer.
Based on “British Acquired Talent,” Simon previously donated an X to sixteen-year-old singer Jodie Bird. However, the other judges allowed her to continue her song and Jodi successfully appeared in the next round. For the second time, Jody preferred to perform the famous Disney song, trying to make everyone nervous. Many singers have yet to be able to do the song justice. However, Jodi eventually performed the short version of the song “Let Go” and received a positive response and applause from the audience. The judges praised his unique ability to hit the notes and congratulated him on reaching the final round.
Even Simon has completely changed his tone. He said he gave it to X for the first time because it felt like he needed trust and support. He told Jody that the woman should definitely thank him for pressing that button, because it was because of that that he dug deeper and was able to sing better. He was able to express his pride with his fearlessness and congratulated him on the opportunity to advance to the third stage. Jodi received an incredible and unique attempt to prove Simon Cowell wrong.