Princess Anna said it herself: “This isamaaaaaaaaaazing!”
There is talk of Kristen Bell bringing her Frozen role to Once Upon a Time, and for the record, we are so not gonna let this one go!
Once Upon a Time producers Eddie Kitsisand Adam Horowitz told us they’re talking about bringing the Frozen princess characters to their ABC show—and would love Kristen Bell to guest star. So would the belovedVeronica Mars starlet actually do it?
Just click on the video above to see what Kristen Bell herself has to say about guest starring!
We think you’ll adore her response. Almost as much as you Pushing Daisies fans will appreciate the latest development from creator Bryan Fuller and star Kristin Chenowethon the Pushing Daisies revival. It looks like it’s happening, people!
“THE MAYA RUDOLPH SHOW” SPECIAL SET TO AIR ON NBC MAY 19
Andy Samberg, Kristen Bell, Fred Armisen, Chris Parnell, Craig Robinson, Sean Hayes and Musical Guest Janelle Monae to Appear While Raphael Saadiq Serves as Bandleader
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – April 15, 2014 – Starring the Emmy Award nominee and beloved “Saturday Night Live” veteran, NBC has scheduled “The Maya Rudolph Show” for Monday, May 19 (10 p.m. ET/PT).
Rudolph, David Javerbaum, Erin David and Dave Becky will produce, with Lorne Michaels serving as executive producer. “The Maya Rudolph Show” is from Universal Television.
Revisiting the classic variety show format, “The Maya Rudolph Show” will feature guest stars Andy Samberg (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”), Kristen Bell (“Veronica Mars”), Fred Armisen (“Portlandia,” “Late Night with Seth Meyers”), Chris Parnell (“Archer”), Craig Robinson (“Mr. Robinson”) and Sean Hayes (“Hollywood Game Night”).
Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter Janelle Monae will serve as the musical guest. R&b singer-producer Raphael Saadiq will be the bandleader.
Rudolph was part of “Saturday Night Live” from 2000-11, performing in hundreds of sketches and earning an Emmy nomination in 2012 for guest actress in a comedy series.
In 2011, Rudolph co-starred in the box office hit comedy “Bridesmaids,” and was nominated with a Screen Actors Guild Award and Broadcast Film Critics Award. On the big screen, her other credits include “The Way Way Back,” “Grown Ups” and “Away We Go.”
On the small screen, she recently appeared on NBC’s “Up All Night.”
Just Jared: Congratulations on Frozen, it’s the highest grossing animated film ever!
Kristen Bell: Yeah, it’s insane! It’s really exciting.
JJ: Are you planning on doing more family films now that you have your daughter, Lincoln?
KB: Yes and no. I certainly would love to do work that she will see and enjoy soon-ish. But I don’t feel like my choices as an actress will necessarily change. Even when I do sexy, dark comedy stuff like House of Lies, I won’t stop doing that kind of stuff. She’ll just have to wait until she’s older if she ever sees it.
JJ: From what your parents instilled in you, what will you be instilling upon your daughter?
KB: It’s hard to conceptualize helping a new human grow. It feels like a lot of pressure in many ways. One place that I lucked out is that my parents were always encouraging the fact that self worth starts with yourself. So it’s important for me to show my daughter that she has to be proud of herself before anyone else can be proud of her.
JJ: How did you and your husband Dax Shepard meet?
KB: We met at a [Detroit] Red Wings vs [LA] Kings hockey game, about seven years ago. We had previously been at a dinner party like two weeks prior, so we had been introduced but didn’t know each other. Then at the hockey game, we saw each other from across the room, and I said, “Oh I think we went to dinner.” And we just started talking and flirting and it was on!
JJ: Where did you guys go for your first date?
KB: We went to a restaurant in the Valley on Ventura called Firefly. But it was with a big group of my friends. We were texting at that point and I said, “Oh I’m out to dinner with my friends, do you want to come?” And he was like “sure.”
JJ: What is the most romantic thing Dax has done for you?
KB: Wow… Being the father of my child is pretty romantic. It’s hard to pick one thing because he’s pretty good to me on a daily basis. We don’t not celebrate Valentine’s Day, but at the same time, I think we’re both believers in the fact that let’s spread the love the whole year. Let’s not just have one designated day to celebrate our relationship. Or let’s not have one moment. We try to kind of do it each and every day. And he does a really good job at doing that.
JJ: What’s your favorite music to listen to nowadays?
KB: I’ve been really into kind of smooth R&B jams, like Van Hunt and Sade. I think, I don’t know if it’s because the household is chaotic with the baby and it slows things down. That or Motown.