Guess which Frozen character is also in Disney's Moana?

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Guess which Frozen character is also in Disney's Moana?

The bods over at Disney are forever blowing our minds.

When we’re sitting there, hungover, with a pizza slice in one hand and a funsize bag of chocolate in the other, we want nothing more than to put on The Lion King and have a good cry at the bit were Mufasa dies.

‘DAAAD! Get up!’

We can still hear little Simba’s voice now. Might be something to do with the fact that we just watched it for – er – research purposes, but still. It’s so emosh.

Bet you couldn't watch that without sobbing.

If you fancy these Disney stars you are not alone!

But don’t worry, we’re about to cheer you up a whole load, because this intertwining of stories is the icing on the delicious Disney cake.

Remember when we found out that Tarzan was in fact the long lost brother of Elsa and Anna from Frozen?

It turns out that when the sisters’ parents went off to sea, they didn’t actually die – they got washed up on an island and had a little boy.

Mind blown, right?

Well it turns out, that Tarzan isn’t the only Disney character linked to the Frozen gals.

Disney’s latest flick, Moana, tells the story of a teen on a journey of self-discovery who wants to prove herself as a master wayfinder.

She meets demi-god, Maui, who has this magical hook which can change him into loads of different creatures.

Fun.

But there’s one creature in particular that might look a bit familiar.

Ring any bells?

Oh, yes.

Maui can turn into Sven from Frozen.

SVEN! The reindeer who Kristoff can talk to.

Which would mean that demi-god Maui is Kristoff’s pet and buddy, which could explain how they understand each other, and Anna would kind of be like his pet step mum, and Elsa is pet step aunt, making him like third in line to the throne of Arendelle.

Or something like that.

Anyway we’re getting a bit carried away with this, so we’ll stop right here.

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