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Even Pearl Jam loves ‘Frozen’

Even Pearl Jam loves ‘Frozen’

FAN OF 'FROZEN:'Eddie Vedder is apparently a "Frozen" fan. Photo: Associated Press

Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder brought a touch of Disney magic to the rock band’s gig in Italy on Friday by covering “Frozen” hit “Let It Go.”

The rockers brought their Lightning Bolt Tour to Milan, Italy and Vedder surprised concertgoers by singing the chorus of the Oscar-winning song from the Disney princess film.

Vedder, who is father to two little girls under the age of 10, was in the middle of performing the band’s hit song “Daughter” when he began belting out the ballad.

Skip ahead to 3:50 if you want to hear Pearl Jam perform “Daughter.”

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