Kristen Bell Serenades Hurricane Irma Shelter with 'Frozen' Songs
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While stranded in Florida during the wrath of Hurricane Irma, Kristen Bell decided to bring some joy to a shelter full of evacuees.

The "Frozen" actress was in Orlando filming her new comedy film "Like Father" when she got word she "didn't have the option to leave" the city. So she hunkered down at a nearby hotel and brought some much-needed stress relief to a shelter in the area.

"When #HurrcaneIrma is at your heels, there's only one thing to do: get to a shelter, grab a mic and SING. #Irma2017," she tweeted Sunday morning along with a video of her singing "For the First Time In Forever" with an evacuee onstage at an Orange County shelter.

Bell shared a second video with the caption: "When ur #singinginahurricane, ur volunteer back up dancers can (& will) steal the show. Richard & Rebecca everyone!! #HurrcaneIrma #Irma2017."

This isn't the first good deed the actress has done in the wake of Irma. Josh Gad publicly thanked his "Frozen" co-star for "literally saving" his entire family from the hurricane by getting them a hotel room in Orlando away from the coast.

"So @kristenanniebell literally saved my parents and my entire family tonight from #hurricaneirma. When they were stranded in Florida, she got them a hotel room at her hotel in Orlando and saved them, my brothers, my sister-in-law and niece and nephew," Gad wrote on Instagram along with a selfie of Bell with his parents. "They don't make them like this girl. Thank you Kristin. You are truly an angel sent from above. And thank you @ewablueeyes for bother her when I asked you not to!!!!"

Earlier on Saturday, Bell shared a photo of herself at a local Target, where she was doing some last-minute "hurricane holdover prep while bracing down in Orlando."

"Last run to the store for #irma hurricane holdover prep while bracing down in orlando," she wrote in the caption. "We didn't have the option to leave so here we are. Just doing our best and trying to stay positive but cautious, and trying to help those who need help prepping. Every person i passed today was assisting someone else- #neighborshelpingneighbors - it was beautiful to see. Sad that a hurricane has to bring out the best in everyone- but happy that the community will be holding hands through this. Im grateful to Gary and the team at @swandolphin in epcot for helping us feel safe while we get through this together."

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