Idina Menzel, 'Sesame Street' join White House Easter Egg Roll
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Idina Menzel is going from “Let it Go” to “let it roll” as one of the famous faces at this year’s White House Easter Egg Roll.

The White House announced the celeb-filled lineup — which also includes the rapper behind the “whip” and the “nae nae” dance craze, as well as singer Daya — for the March 28 tradition on the South Lawn on Friday.

Broadway’s Menzel, the voice behind the “Frozen” megahit “Let it Go”; “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” rapper Silento; and teen sensation Daya are among the talent poised to appear, as is  “American Crime” star Trevor Jackson, indie-pop band Echosmith, the cast of “Sesame Street” and the event’s emcee, Washington radio host Tommy McFly.

The White House had previously announced the theme of the annual springtime event is “Let’s Celebrate,” to “honor the final Easter Egg Roll of the Obama administration.”