Hot for Frozen, reporter's parody a hit

Last updated 12:03 24/02/2014
Bob Herzog

Bob Herzog's version of Frozen's Just Don't Go to to explain the plight of the Traffic Man in winter.

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A Cincinnati traffic reporter has gained global attention for his dramatic on-air parody of a Disney movie song.

WKRC's Bob Herzog changed Let it Go, sung by Princess Elsa in the animated movie Frozen, to Just Don't Go to reference the winter weather.

As images of cars skidding on ice and traffic conditions play, Herzog dramatically sings lines like: "I must share what dispatchers say, all the traction's gone. School's closed or at least they're on a delay."

A YouTube video of Friday's performance has already half-million views.

The parody is part of Herzog's Dance Party Fridays.

He's changed Elton John's Rocket Man to Traffic Man, Tom Petty's Free Falling to Tree Falling and Barry Manilow's Copacabana to Drive Indiana.

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