Is there anything that Saara Aalto can’t do right now? The Finnish star wowed us all during her UK X Factor audition, and now she’s putting Idina Menzel to shame on this cover of “Let It Go” from Frozen.

During her audition on the ITV series, Saara claimed that she could sing the iconic song in 15 different languages. We had no trouble believing that Saara could nail it in Finnish (after all, she did have a voice role in the Finnish dub of the movie) or in English, which she speaks fluently (including during a 2016 interview with wiwibloggs).

But tackling it in Malaysian and Hindi? Well, we think we should just let Saara show us how wrong we were to have any doubt…

Saara Aalto lets it go in 15 languages

This is, to put it quite simply, incredible.

Saara switches between languages seamlessly and it’s amazing to watch. Not only that, but she does so without any hesitation or losing a note.

Saara’s pronunciation of the different languages has also been praised in the comments section of the video:

“You did Swedish like pro”
“SHE DID TURKISH REALLY GOOD OMG?”
“Im from Poland and your polish was great!”
“Woooow ur Arabic pronounciation – I love this version” (sic)

Saara has been killing it since her appearance on the X Factor. When she’s not making Nicole Scherzinger “clap her ass”, she’s been wooing ex-Blue member Duncan James. She’s winning over a whole new set of fans — and not just from Eurovision fans. We really can’t wait to see what she does next, whether it’s on X Factor or not!

What do y’all think of Saara’s version of “Let It Go”? Did she do your language justice — and do you want to see her add even more languages to the mix? Let us know in the comments section.

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Charles Capitulo
4 years ago

Check out my own cover of “Let It Go” in 42 languages. Click on my name above for the link.

tarKris
tarKris
4 years ago

I hadn’t heard the Hindi version before…….. Though hers wasn’t perfect I understood the words she attempted…..million times better than most foreigners do

MrBrightside
MrBrightside
4 years ago

@Alicja0910 You understand her better maybe because I never heard the polish version of this song. 🙂

drag
drag
4 years ago

italian is good with a japanese or chinese accent

Ryan
Ryan
4 years ago

“But tackling it in Malaysian and Hindi? Well, we think we should just let Saara show us how wrong we were to have any doubt…”

Her Malaysian is good but not that good, I still can hear her accents 😀 Her Chinese pronounciation however is perfect

Alicja0910
Alicja0910
4 years ago

I’m Polish too I had no problem with understanding her. Word “?miech” was weird but it’s understandable with “?” and “ch”.

(J)ESC Fanatic
(J)ESC Fanatic
4 years ago

@MrBrightside
@Marta Sexton

I think Polish is a very difficult language so you shouldn’t blame her. 🙂

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
4 years ago

Her Malay was a little hard to understand but a really good attempt!

Marta Sexton
Marta Sexton
4 years ago

Her Polish was not good. I am Polish and I can sing better!

oooops
oooops
4 years ago

But Saara sang like a pro in swedish, and has a great voice

oooops
oooops
4 years ago

Charlie Grönwall(Little great things, melodifestivalen 2014, Nanne Grönwalls son) will compete in Swedish idol, why don’t you write anything about that, he got a golden ticket at the auditions today

Antranig Shokayan
Editor
4 years ago

She slays the pack as usual!

4li3n
4li3n
4 years ago

She didn’t sing in portuguese 🙁

pete
pete
4 years ago

Perfect finnish! 🙂

MrBrightside
MrBrightside
4 years ago

As a native Polish speaker I didn’t understand a word of her Polish xD

(J)ESC Fanatic
(J)ESC Fanatic
4 years ago

She is just amazing <3<3<3

She didn't sing in my native language (Greek) but I understand her, it would be very hard. 🙂

Burak
Burak
4 years ago

Her Turkish accent is really awesome. I love her vocals, pure talent. Go Saara!

Yole
Yole
4 years ago

wow amazing. perfect Italian.