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Finland | Saara Aalto To Perform 'Let It Go' This Sunday On Dancing On Ice

Is there anything that this woman cannot do? After achieving a lot in such a short space of time, it was revealed last year that the talented Finnish singer would take to the ice, so that she could try and win ITV1's new revamped show "Dancing On Ice" that premiered two weeks ago. However, she has announced via her twitter account that she will be adding that something extra to this Sunday's performance.

Saara Aalto has revealed that she will be the first contestant in the shows history to sing, and skate live at the same time. The show has often used gimmicks or props during certain weeks where there has been a theme. However, this is a first for the show.

Saara's Twitter Announcement of her forthcoming performance of "Let It Go" on Sunday

Saara will perform her version of, "Let It Go", from Disney's "Frozen", whilst dressed as Queen Elsa. In an interview with the 'Sun' newspaper, she said, "I've recorded my own version, so i'm going to be skating to my own singing on the ice... Live". The song which will be available to download on Spotify tomorrow has already brought her coach to tears, whilst her dancing partner Hamish Gaman has never skated with a partner that has done this before. Check out Saara skating to "Born This Way" below:

Saara is no stranger to success having come second in Finland's first ever series of 'The Voice'. She also came second in the UK's thirteenth series of 'X Factor'. Whilst last year she was internally selected to represent her home nation of Finland. She did qualify for the grand final with her song, "Monsters", but only managed to secure 25th place with 46 points. Since Eurovision she has toured Europe, and her album "Wild Wild Wonderland" has proved very successful charting at number 2 in Finland.

Will you be watching Saara perform on Sunday? Do you think she could go all the way and win? Be sure to vote for her. Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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