**EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: THIS EDIT CONTAINS AN EXPLETIVE** In her comments onstage, Bell joked that there would inevitably be a mugging atop her star in which an assailant trying to grab a purse would scream at the victim to "Let it go," a reference to Menzel's song from the movie.
"And the victim will look up and say, 'That's not even her song, you son-of-a-bitch.'
Only then will I know I've truly made it," said Bell, who also starred in the TV series "Veronica Mars" and comedies "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and "Bad Moms." It has been six years since the original "Frozen" dominated young hearts and minds with its iconic, Oscar-winning power ballad, "Let It Go", sung by Menzel as 'Elsa' on a snowy mountainside.
Bell, who reprises her role as 'Anna' in the animated fantasy adventure, and Menzel, who plays 'Elsa' in the hit Disney film, were joined onstage by Josh Gad, their colleague who plays "Olaf" in the franchise.
The multi-star ceremony came just days ahead of Disney's release of the sequel to the 2013 original "Frozen." "Frozen 2" is in cinemas November 22 in the UK and U.S., and from November 20 in other regions.