Princess Ana, er, I mean Kristen Bell received one of the most highly-coveted awards in Hollywood, and in typical Bell fashion, she was hardly phased by it. Both Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel were recognized last week for their triumphant roles in the Frozen series, along with their other various and impressive pursuits, by receiving stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
It’s not that Bell wasn’t gracious about the incredible award, rather, she felt that the deeper meaning behind the award held more significance than the star itself, and the lessons she had learned, and memories she had made while on set of the ultra-popular and successful Disney movies.
While reflecting on some of her favorite memories, like hearing Menzel sing for the first time, Bell was sure to crack some jokes. First giving a nod to her husband Dax Shepard, who was unable to attend, she joked about her constant good luck due to the “horseshoe up my a**”. But her best zinger of the ceremony was perhaps when she explained when the award would truly be “significant.” In her words, “this star will really only know its true value when inevitably, someone is mugged in that very spot. And as they clutch their purse, the assailant screams “let it go!” and the victim will look up and say “that’s not even her song! Only then will I know that I’ve truly made it,” Bell remarked.