A cold front is coming to Disney Channel this weekend!

The network is dedicating an entire weekend of programming to Frozen, Disney's Oscar-winning animated film, which featured the voices of Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, from July 18-20, and they've got some special treats in store for viewers. (Olaf will even host one of the night's of new programming!)

Earlier this summer, 26 of Disney Channel's biggest stars, including Girl Meets World's Rowan Blanchard and Sabrina Carpenter, and Teen Beach Movie's Grace Phipps and Jordan Fisher, came together to record one of the most epic Frozen covers ever. The beloved song they tackled? "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"

Press play on the exclusive video above to see stars from Lab Rats, I Didn't Do It,  Dog With a Blog and Liv and Maddie bond, play ping pong and goof off while participating in this once-in-a-Disney-generation event!


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"We don't get to spend a lot of time together since we're all working on different sets, so it's cool when we get to come together and bond," Sabrina Carpenter gushes in the video of the meet-up, while Grace Phipps dishes, "There's actually ping pong happening...people are hanging out. It seems stereotypically fun!"

The Disney Channel fam's new pop cover of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" will premiere on Radio Disney on Friday, July 18, and the music video will premiere Sunday, July 20 on Disney Channel. 

"We have a remarkably talented group who, in their approach to this cover song, kept the heartfelt beauty of the original but transformed it into a duet as an ode to friendship." Steven Vincent, Vice President Music and Soundtracks, Disney Channel, said in a statement. "They were asked to sing live with no pre-recording, so the session became like a big party with a group of friends singing their hearts out and having fun together to deliver a project that ultimately encourages young viewers to express their feelings, to participate in interactive ways and to share their creativity and talents."

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