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Idina Menzel, Jimmy Fallon sing 'Let It Go' with The Roots on kid's instruments

This past Sunday night at the 2014 Oscars, Idina Menzel dealt with her name being pronounced wrong by John Travolta and then not being able to hear properly on stage during her rendition of the award-winning "Let It Go." On Monday, March 3, 2014, she appeared with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots, and she totally killed it this time around.

Idina Menzel wasn't going to let these small surroundings hinder her singing.
NBC - Lloyd Bishop

The big difference is that she didn't have an orchestra helping her this time. No, this time, Idina Menzel had the help of The Roots and Fallon playing nothing but classroom instruments.

SEE: Oscars 2014: John Travolta's dyslexia kicks in on Idina Menzel's name

Fallon's segment is simply called, "[Song] with Classroom Instruments," and this time it was Menzel's turn to perform her song.

As you can tell by the video, Menzel looks like she is having a great time singing with the guys as they use a xylophone, tambourine, blocks, tiny keyboard, and shakers. The hit from Disney's "Frozen" honestly may have never sounded better.

SEE: Oscars 2014: 'Adele Dazeem' opens Twitter after John Travolta's flub

The focus wasn't on her performance at the Oscars as much as it was on John Travolta introducing her as "Adele Dazeem." Many have wondered what the case is and reports even state that Travolta has battled dyslexia throughout his life.

Whatever the case may be, Idina Menzel didn't the Oscars' mishap - like the snow - bother her anyway.

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