Kristen Bell shares she is up for Frozen 3 as she models a colorful outfit when visiting GMA


‘I would do it in a heartbeat, I love that family’: Kristen Bell shares she is up for Frozen 3 as she models a colorful outfit when visiting GMA to promote her book The World Needs More Purple Schools

Kristen Bell is up for a third Frozen film.

The star, who voiced the character of Anna in the first two version of the Disney animated movies, said she is ready to sign on the dotted line when visited Good Morning America on Monday.

‘I would do it in a heartbeat, I love that family,’ shared the star who was promoting her new book The World Needs More Purple Schools.

Bright: Kristen Bell is up for a third Frozen film. The star, who voiced the character of Anna in the first two version of the Disney animated movies, said she is ready to sign on the dotted line when visited Good Morning America on Monday

Bright: Kristen Bell is up for a third Frozen film. The star, who voiced the character of Anna in the first two version of the Disney animated movies, said she is ready to sign on the dotted line when visited Good Morning America on Monday

This comes after her costar Idina Menzel, who voiced Anna’s sister Elsa, told Today she would do Frozen 3.

When on GMA, Kristen looked as brilliant as a rainbow as she arrived for an early morning TV interview in New York.

The 41-year-old actress donned a brightly peplum top with balloon sleeves and straight leg pants in shades of orange, yellow, blue, green and black for her chat.

The star completed the look with orange pumps and a bright green handbag. 

That is a yes: 'I would do it in a heartbeat, I love that family,' shared the star who was promoting her new book The World Needs More Purple Schools

That is a yes: ‘I would do it in a heartbeat, I love that family,’ shared the star who was promoting her new book The World Needs More Purple Schools

The Bad Moms actress spoke about a variety of things during her chat with Michael Strahan, 50,  Robin Roberts,61, and George Stephanopoulos, 61, but the purpose of the visit was to promote her latest children’s book, The World Needs More Purple Schools. 

The how-to guide drops Tuesday and is a follow up to her 2020 release, The World Needs More Purple People, which she co-wrote with Benjamin Hart. 

He is the co-creator of an organization called Brains on Fire, which specializes in building communities and sparking social movements through the power of identity and narrative.

Chat: The Bad Moms actress spoke about a variety of things during her early morning chat with Michael Strahan, 50, Robin Roberts,61, and George Stephanopoulos, 61

Chat: The Bad Moms actress spoke about a variety of things during her early morning chat with Michael Strahan, 50, Robin Roberts,61, and George Stephanopoulos, 61

New book:  The purpose of the visit was to promote her latest children's book, The World Needs More Purple Schools, which drops Tuesday

New book:  The purpose of the visit was to promote her latest children’s book, The World Needs More Purple Schools, which drops Tuesday

‘We basically took our Purple Principles from the first book and applied them to a place where people come together to grow and learn and share and make better ideas and learn about each other, which is a school,’ she said.

She added, ‘The Purple Principles include asking great questions, laughing, working hard, using your voice for yourself and others, listen and be uniquely you. 

‘I don’t think anyone can argue about we should be asking great questions, promote critical thinking both big and small, right? Like, “how far is the moon and what’s the name of your dog?”‘

Follow-up:  The new book is a follow-up to Kristen's 2020 tome, The World Needs More Purple People, which looked at ways to communicate by listening and asking questions

Follow-up:  The new book is a follow-up to Kristen’s 2020 tome, The World Needs More Purple People, which looked at ways to communicate by listening and asking questions

The author answered to some criticism she received when doing press for her first Purple book back in 2020. 

‘Out of, what I can identify is, during the first promotion of the book was in the middle of 2020 when we were all learning a lot of stories that were necessary to learn about, right, and I used the word “sameness” in one interview and I was talking about character, like, “we may think we’re totally different, but if we both like pizza, maybe let’s start there, and then you can learn my story, I can learn your story,”‘ she shared.

‘The word “sameness” was not the right word to use at that point and that’s what being a purple person is all about.’ Bell added.

‘I was using my voice, but I was also listening so that word was not applicable any more, and I learned from it.’

Purple principles: The Veronica Mars star explained the Purple Principles as: asking questions, laughing, working hard, using your voice for yourself and others, listen and be uniquely you

Purple principles: The Veronica Mars star explained the Purple Principles as: asking questions, laughing, working hard, using your voice for yourself and others, listen and be uniquely you

The multi-talented artist and her husband, Dax Shepherd, 47, are listening and learning about relationships with their new podcast, The Honey and the Hammer. 

‘Our favorite thing to talk about in the world is relationships. Like, how humans interact, how we can be better, how we can understand each other more,’ she explained, ‘and we started just taking the microphone into bed at night and recording the conversations we had because we talked about problems we were having or people were having.’

The pair are now soliciting ideas from listeners to cover in their conversations. 

Podcast: The multi-talented artist and her husband, Dax Shepherd, 47, are listening and learning about relationships with their new podcast, The Honey and the Hammer

Podcast: The multi-talented artist and her husband, Dax Shepherd, 47, are listening and learning about relationships with their new podcast, The Honey and the Hammer

‘It’s not advice, because we’re not qualified, and more like maybe we just walk you through it, maybe we say like “Oh, you’re having a problem with your wife, I wonder if she might be feeling this,” you know, like different perspectives,’ she added.

‘Maybe it’s just a place for people to vent.

‘I don’t know, but it’s been really fun, so far.’

Frozen 3?: When asked  if a Frozen 3 is in the works, the voice of Anna was quick with her answer about her willingness to participate, 'I would do it in a heartbeat, I love that family'

Frozen 3?: When asked  if a Frozen 3 is in the works, the voice of Anna was quick with her answer about her willingness to participate, ‘I would do it in a heartbeat, I love that family’

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