Frozen 2 Latest Update and Rumors: Netizens Urge Queen Elsa to Be Single After LGBT Twitter War
The sequel to Disney's blockbuster animation hit Frozen has triggered a polarizing social media war on Twitter pitting LGBT supporters who want to see Elsa have a girlfriend against social conservatives who prefer to see her with a prince charming. At the height of the competing Twitter campaigns, some Netizens simply want an end to the madness and keep Elsa single.
For quite some time, the two rival groups have been fervently promoting what they think is right for Elsa. A third group, however, has emerged to make their feelings known amid the LGBT-conservatives' war over Queen Elsa's identity.
This emerging sector wants Elsa as single and argues that the young queen doesn't need any romantic partner to complete her. In fact, the #dontgiveelsaagrilfriend and #keepelsasingle currently are trending on the social media, Morning News USA reported.
Moreover, an online petition to keep Elsa single is also gathering steam to let the much loved character to be her without the need for either boyfriend or girlfriend because she is 'independent' and 'content' by being with people she loves.
"Elsa...shows no interest in a romantic relationship...but is probably considered the most popular Disney princess among kids today. And why is that? Because she's strong, independent...we see Elsa content with just having her sister, friends, and faithful subjects surrounding her," the petition said in a statement.
Meanwhile, an article piece on Crossmap suggests that the upcoming plot for 'Frozen 2' would involve Prince Hans' return to the sequel. The stunning part is that he is rumored to be Queen Elsa's love interest. If this speculation holds any weight, then the storyline may have something to do with forgiveness and second chances. It make take a whole of convincing to make him palatable to the audience after the stunt he pulled off in the movie.
Disney's 'Frozen' is the top grossing animation film of all time with box office earnings amounting to a total of $1.3 billion.