Kristen Bell steals show with hilariously sarcastic Hollywood Walk of Fame speech

The "Frozen 2" leads were honored with the Walk's 2681st and 2682nd stars.

With Disney's "Frozen 2" skating into theaters this Friday, the actresses behind the iconic sister duo Elsa and Anna have something else to celebrate: their own stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell, who play Elsa and Anna, respectively, were honored with the Walk's 2,681st and 2,682nd stars on Tuesday. However, it was Bell's speech that might have stolen the show.

Her acceptance speech was riddled with on-brand dirty humor.

"I'm so grateful to be accepting this award on these hallowed streets where 'Pretty Woman' sold her body for money. It's really a dream," she began, before mentioning that her "husband always jokes I was born with a horseshoe up my a--" because "I am suspiciously lucky."

Bell also recounted what it was like to first hear her on-screen sister sing.

"When I heard Idina sing for the first time, I felt a newness that I'd never felt before. Like a baby who had just experienced rain for the first time," she said.

She then turned to a chuckling Menzel and complimented slyly, "Did you know that's what it feels like when people hear you sing for the first time? It's the truth."

The ceremony also doubled as a mini "Frozen" reunion because Josh Gad, who voices the affable Olaf, was on hand to honor Menzel. He was joined by Alan Horn, co-chairman and chief creative officer for The Walt Disney Studios.

"Good Place" creator Michael Schur, alongside actress Jackie Tohn, honored Bell during the ceremony.

For those excited to scope out the walk's newest additions, you can find Menzel's and Bell's stars near Hollywood’s historic Pantages Theatre at 6225 Hollywood Boulevard, which is close to the famous corner of Hollywood and Vine, a location Bell made during the closing of her speech.

"This star will really only know its true value when, inevitably, someone is mugged in that very spot and as they clutch their purse, the assailant screams 'Let it go,' and the victim will look up and say, 'That's not even her song, you son of a b----,'" she told the crowd. "Only then will I know that I've truly made it."

You can hear behind-the-scenes stories about "Frozen 2" in the "Inside Frozen 2" podcast from ABC Audio, hosted by "GMA's" Ginger Zee.

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