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If there's one thing Disney fans love, it's finding Hidden Mickeys.

In E! News' exclusive sneak peek from The LEGO Group's Frozen Northern Lights (premiering Friday at 8 p.m. on Disney Channel), Elsa's icy powers are again acting up, resulting in some familiar sculptures. "I don't know what's happening to me," she confesses. "This is so strange." Elsa's incident leads to a musical moment that proves it's not easy for her to, ahem, "Let It Go."

Watch the video clip closely to spot Mickey Mouse's cameo.

E! News also has an exclusive photo of Anna, Elsa and Olaf from the TV special.

Frozen Northern Lights is a compilation of four new animated shorts from the kingdom of Arendelle. Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, Idina Menzel and Frank Weller reprise their voice roles from the billion-dollar blockbuster as their characters embark on an epic adventure to restore the glimmer of the Northern Lights. Along they way, the group runs into a few roadblocks. "I don't feel like singing right now," Elsa says in the clip. "I'm just not feeling it."

Not feeling it? NOT FEELING IT?!

Frozen, Lego Disney Frozen Northern Lights

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Don't tell Bell, who told E! News' Marc Malkin she can't get enough of the soundtrack. "Nothing will top 'Let It Go' ever. It's the most anthemic song I think I've ever heard. And nothing should top it! Even when I hear it—having heard it so many times—it gives me the tingles," she said in May. "It's a brilliantly written song, and it's so perfectly suited for her."

No disrespect Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. "I think there are going to be a lot of great songs in the next movie," she said, "but I don't know that any of them will top 'Let It Go.'"

Regarding the sequel, Bell teased, "I have a couple clues as to what's going to happen." She, like her co-stars, hope to be telling Frozen tales for years to come. "It's such a gift that really keeps on giving because people keep on wanting it. I will do something—anything I've been a part of—over and over again if it makes people happy," Bell said. "To me, that's the whole point."

Frozen Northern Lights premieres tonight at 8 p.m. on Disney Channel.