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Kristen Bell on Jimmy Kimmel Doing Disney Sleep Hotline

You'll LOL When You Hear Kristen Bell's Message as Princess Anna For Kids Who Need to Go to Bed

Disney Store recently shared news of its new sleep hotline parents can call so kids can get messages from Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, or Goofy before bed each night. Jimmy Kimmel was curious as to why Kristen Bell wasn't asked to record a message as Frozen's Princess Anna, so he made her record one that he wrote himself — and you'll crack up when you hear it.

"Disney is now putting kids to sleep. Do you have trouble putting your kids to sleep?" Jimmy asks Kristen, who responds: "Oh yeah, sometimes I lock the door. But I tell them I lock it."

Surprised that Princess Anna, one of the most popular Disney characters of all time, isn't on the sleep hotline service, Jimmy asks Kristen if she can record a message as Anna for his kids. "This message is kind of specific for my kids, but I think it'll apply to any kid. If you just tape it, we'll have them put it on the [service]," he says.

As "Do You Want to Build a Snowman"s music begins playing, Kristen sings the message:

Do you wanna build a snowman?
Well too bad, your parents are exhausted,
GO TO SLEEP.

Message sent and received, Princess.

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