9 Feb – The 57th Annual Grammy Awards has proved that Disney's "Frozen" craze is still not over yet. The animated film which was released back in 2013, managed to snag two awards at the prestigious music awards earlier today.
"Frozen" won big at last year's Oscars and was also the bestselling soundtrack for months for the first half of 2014. Sixteen months since the film's release, the film adds two more awards this year.
The original song from the movie titled, "Let it Go" which was written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez won the Grammy for the Best Song Written For Visual Media.
The husband-and-wife composing team also shared another Grammy for winning the Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media along with the producers of "Frozen," Tom MacDougall and Chris Montan.
Other motion picture songs that were nominated for the Grammys this year, were "Everything is Awesome" from "The Lego Movie", "I See Fire" from "The Hobbit", "Im Not Gonna Miss You" from "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me" and "The Moon Song" from the movie "Her".
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