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Sarah Ingle, aka the "real-life" Disney princess, recreated the "Frozen 2" trailer and it is giving us chills.
"You're literally just trying to duplicate what a cartoon character is doing," Ingle told "Good Morning America" about the filming experience.
You might remember the 29-year-old Colorado-based YouTuber from her live-action version of "Tangled."
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"I had so much fun learning how to do all of the effects that I used in my 'Tangled' project," explained Ingle. "I really wanted to take it to the next level, and see if I could really challenge myself and do something that was extraordinarily difficult."
Ingle decided to show herself in a new light and take her "princessing" abilities to the next level.
She joined forces with Lloyd Ambrose of MadLiveFX to make this shot-for-shot recreation of the "Frozen 2" teaser trailer.
Ingle said Ambrose reached out to her after seeing her "Tangled" video to see if she wanted to collaborate.
"The 'Tangled' video, it was my dad and me doing that," Ingle said. "The 'Frozen 2' trailer was a totally different story."
To make the "Frozen 2" magic happen, Ingle and crew had two separate shoot days.
They filmed one day at El Matador Beach in Malibu, California, and then another day at a green screen studio.sonos sonos One (Gen 2) - Voice Controlled Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Built-in - Black read more
"I have to be able to run full speed ahead straight at the ocean without looking like I'm stopping," Ingle said.
While Ingle didn't dive into the ocean like Elsa, the team used a special effects makeup artist to make it look like she was wet from the water.
"That day at the beach we saw a couple of little girls and they were, like, 'Elsa, I'm such a big fan of your work!'" Ingle told "GMA." "It was really, really cute."
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It was actually Ingle's resemblance to Elsa that first made her famous on social media.
In 2014, a selfie of her dressed up as Elsa went viral and appeared on several tabloids and magazines.
"It was funny because 'Frozen' was a lot of the reason why I ever went viral in the first place," Ingle said. "It really was, like, this full-circle moment."
We hope that "some things never change" when it comes to Ingle's Disney princess recreation videos because we melt every time we watch them.
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