‘Frozen Fever’ Song as Addictive as ‘Let it Go,’ Says Jonathan Groff (Video)

The Disney actor warns parents that the follow-up track will be as unavoidable as Idina Menzel’s hit

Watch out, parents — there is more music from “Frozen” in your future.

Jonathan Groff, the voice of Kristoff in the Disney smash hit told TheWrap‘s at the Paley Center for Media on Wednesday that the new song debuting in “Frozen Fever,” the follow-up short to the original film, “will be stuck in your head as much as ‘Let It Go.'”

Idina Menzel‘s addictive hit won the 2014 Academy Award for Best Original Song and became an obsession among children around the world.

Disney’s latest offering, “Frozen Fever” will play before screenings of the new live-action update of “Cinderella,” which opens in theaters March 13.

In addition to”Frozen,” Groff is known for his role as Patrick on the HBO show “Looking,” which follows a group of young gay men living in San Francisco and the Paley Center’s event honored the show.

Attendees included Groff and fellow stars Frankie J. Alvarez, Murray Bartlett, Raúl Castillo, Lauren Weedman, and Daniel Franzese. Executive producer Andrew Haigh and Michael Lannan creator and co-executive producer, were also on hand.