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Traffic Reporter’s Parody of ‘Frozen’s’ ‘Let It Go’ Will Stop Traffic

Hey, do you think traffic reporters want to be traffic reporters for their entire lives?

Heck, no! Maybe that’s why Bob Herzog, esteemed traffic reporter for Cincinnati’s WKRC, decided to show off his pipes in this absurd segment in which he sings ‘Just Don’t Go,’ a parody of the song ‘Let It Go’ from the movie ‘Frozen.’ Clearly, his version is inspired, in part, by the way all the weather this winter caused traffic mayhem.

Herzog was inspired after taking his daughter to see the movie twice and listening to her sing tunes from it. It’s a nice tribute, but Herzog may want to keep his day job.

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