Glee Let It Go
Lea Michele confirmed that "Glee" Season 6 will feature "Let It Go" from Disney's hit 2013 animated film, "Frozen." Eddy Chen/FOX

“Glee” will be getting “Frozen” in Season 6. We previously reported that the musical series would be covering a very popular Disney song in the final season premiere, and Lea Michele has officially confirmed that the song will be “Let It Go” from the 2013 animated film, "Frozen." She posted the following message on her Twitter:

“Glee” fans know that this is actually the second Disney song that the show has covered. In Season 2, the cast sang “Bella Notte” from “Lady and the Tramp.” The “Frozen” soundtrack might be a little more recognizable to fans, especially considering the song's "Glee" connections.

Idina Menzel, who played Rachel’s mom Shelby, originally sang “Let It Go” for the Disney flick. A radio version of the song was recorded by Demi Lovato, who played Santana’s girlfriend, Dani, in Season 5 of "Glee." No word on whether either singer will make an appearance, but the tweet makes it look like Rachel will be singing the hit song solo.

The photo attached to Michele’s tweet also looks like the actress is back on the McKinley High stage. The starlet will be returning to Ohio after her TV pilot fails and will reportedly re-launch the New Directions. After dropping out of college and leaving a successful Broadway musical for a failed TV show, Rachel definitely has some baggage to let go of.

Some friends might stop by to help Rachel get over her failures. Plenty of returning fan favorites have been seen on set recently. The cast has been tweeting about the return of Tina, Brittany, Santana and more. Check out tweets from the set:

“Glee” Season 6 will premiere on Fox in 2015. Are you excited to see Rachel sing "Let It Go" from "Frozen"?