Traffic Reporter Nails Hilarious "Let It Go" Parody

When it's snowing, "Just Don't Go" outside.

The Disney animated movie “Frozen” has been a hit at the box office and on the music charts. In fact, the songs are so catchy that local Cincinnati traffic reporter, Bob Herzog, couldn’t resist the temptation to sing a parody of the hit “Let it Go” on-air.

After seeing the movie twice with his daughter, Herzog penned his parody with lyrics expressing the difficulties of being a traffic reporter during a snowy winter. His version is called “Just Don’t Go,” and is a cautionary song for those stubborn drivers who insist on going out during a snowstorm.

Two things make this video amazing. First, Herzog truly commits and is (mostly) in tune. Secondly, he looks like a Disney prince! Clearly viewers agree—since pubbing on YouTube two week's ago, Herzog's rendition has garnered more than 1.5 million views.

Check it out below.

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