At this point, just about everyone has covered Frozen's "Let It Go." Still, fans went wild when it was revealed that Lucy Hale and Rascal Flatts were going to release their take on the song...and they didn't disappoint.
Their cover of "Let It Go," for the We Love Disney compilation album, finally debuted Wednesday, with the singers belting out the song with country swagger...and it sounds surprisingly fresh (we could listen to it on repeat).
"Never in my wildest dreams did I think I'd get to say, 'yeah I got to sing with Rascal Flatts,'" the Pretty Little Liars star said in a video clip on Twitter. "It actually happened and now I can cross that off my bucket list. It's super amazing. I still can't really believe it. It's still kind of sinking in.
When the news of their duet surfaced back in August, Lucy posted a screenshot of their song, along with the caption, "Well...dreams come true. Got to record a duet with my musical idols @rascalflatts for the #WeLoveDisney album coming out October 30! The cold never bothered me anyway...@Disney @welovedisney."
The country crooners are just the latest stars to team up for songs for the Disney album. Ariana Grande, Jason Derulo, Ne-Yo, Tori Kelly, Gwen Stefani and Jhene Aiko also have songs on it, among many others.
Album producer David Foster (a.k.a. Gigi and Bella Hadid's dad) dished to Rolling Stone on how he got so many big names to participate in the project, telling the mag, ""I was having lunch with Gwen Stefani, and I just popped out [asking], 'What's your favorite Disney song?' and she said, 'That's a strange question." He added, "But then she thought about it, and she gave me one. I realized that everybody — young, old, hip, not hip, whoever — they all have some attachment to Disney, and it's always positive. In Gwen's case, she said, 'We used to sneak into [Disneyland] and watch bands. Then it was really cool to play there one day.' It wasn't as hard as I thought it was, in the end."
The album can be pre-ordered on ITunes now, but it will officially be released Oct. 30.