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Filipino Singing Group Brings New Life To "Let It Go," Subsequently Slays It

MICA, aka the Gollayan Sisters, from the Philippines are ready to take the music scene by storm. H/t Mia.

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These lovely ladies are a Filipino singing group known as MICA.

Their names are Mylene, Irene, Celina, and Almira (making up "M.I.C.A.") and they're all singing powerhouses. But like, they're casual about it.
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Their names are Mylene, Irene, Celina, and Almira (making up "M.I.C.A.") and they're all singing powerhouses. But like, they're casual about it.

In 2012, they won the It's Showtime's Bida Kapamilya competition in the Philippines under the moniker "The Gollayan Sisters."

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The sisters come from Santiago City in Isabela, Philippines, and have also competed in World Championships of Performing Arts in Hollywood.

They recently auditioned for the sixth season of the South Korean talent competition Superstar K with a rendition of "Let It Go" from Frozen.

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10/10 for bringing back the "Let It Go" fever, ladies.

And the judges were astounded.

MICA also performed for the judges the K-pop hit "U & I" by Ailee, and then Almira sang "Listen" from Dreamgirls — all of which they performed to pitch perfection.

Here's their "Let It Go" audition and get ready to be moved to 'yaaaaaaas.'

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Get it, MICA. Let it damn GO.

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