The seemingly-endless reign of "Frozen" continued Sunday night, with the flick picking up two statuettes at the 57th Grammy Awards.

The hit Disney animated musical collected a trophy for "Let It Go," which won in the best song written for visual media category. Co-writers Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez also snagged an Oscar for the track at the 2014 Academy Awards.

The "Frozen" soundtrack was also cited as the best compilation soundtrack for visual media. Lopez and Anderson-Lopez shared that award with producers Tom MacDougall and Chris Montan.

There weren't any "Frozen"-centric performances during the broadcast ceremony -- both of the movie's awards were handed out at a pre-telecast event -- but Taylor Swift wore a dress that looked a lot like Elsa's, so at least the film was represented in spirit.

Audiences can next see the "Frozen" characters in action in the sequel short, "Frozen Fever," which will premiere before Disney's live-action "Cinderella," in cinemas on March 13.

[via: Variety]

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