A new trailer for hotly-anticipated film Frozen II has got queer Queen Elsa fans going wild.
It’s no secret that many Frozen fans feel a certain lesbian energy from the Queen of Arendelle, so it comes as no surprise that the latest offering has got Twitter riled up.
While depicting the adventures of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf – battling to save Arendelle once again – fans are treated to a quick shot of Elsa with her usually braided hair, let loose.
But eagle-eyed viewers didn’t let the moment go unnoticed.
Queer Twitter has some thoughts. Many thoughts.
One user wrote: “GUYS GUYS GUYS. ELSA WITH HER HAIR DOWN OKAY IM GAY AS F**K.”
GUYS GUYS GUYS
ELSA WITH HER HAIR DOWN OKAY IM GAY AS FUCK pic.twitter.com/ZnIvoyZHiI
— Pippin ??? (@pippin_katz) October 15, 2019
Another said: “if elsa dont quit playin wit her long hair and MARRY ME.”
if elsa dont quit playin wit her long hair and MARRY ME pic.twitter.com/av8A854peG
— beetlejoy (@realrequited) October 14, 2019
Referring to the popular rumour that Elsa is a lesbian, another user wrote: “elsa’s hair needs to be this straight so theres at least one thing thats straight about her.”
elsa‘s hair needs to be this straight so theres at least one thing thats straight about her pic.twitter.com/tsHyNmdg62
— elsa‘s lesbian rights (@Cece_is_A) October 14, 2019
Another said: “ELSA WITH HER HAIR DOWN…. GAYS HOW WE FEELING #Frozen2.”
ELSA WITH HER HAIR DOWN…. GAYS HOW WE FEELING #Frozen2 pic.twitter.com/xr4GboViEX
— gaby ? ???? (@spjdeyhollands) October 14, 2019
To put it simply another user wrote: “Elsa with her hair down. That’s it, that’s the tweet.”
Elsa with her hair down. that’s it, that’s the tweet pic.twitter.com/0tJLHmwLzX
— ?? if she freaked out, i will freaked out—- (@softspideyy) October 15, 2019
With Frozen fever in the air, fans won’t have to wait long until they can see Elsa’s new look on the big screen.
Actor Josh Gad, who voices Olaf, posted a photo on Instagram showing the entire cast gathered for a screening.
Gad wrote: “Tonight after three years of coming in and working in a booth by ourselves… we FINALLY got to see the finished product for the first time.”
He continued, “to say it is worth the wait would be an understatement. There is so much I want to tell you but so little I can tell you. I laughed, I gasped, I applauded and I wept.”
Judging by this statement, Elsa stans are in for a treat.