I hope that u have a great time in Europe, Anna!
Hi guys, since the Asian batch made it through the front page of Fanpop. Here are the European batch of Anna!

Italian (Serena Rossi)

My first impression on Serena (no, not her namesake Frozen costar, Serena Autieri) is that she sounds a bit like Kristen Bell. But, one thing is that her voice is slightly deeper than Kristen and globaal, algemene good job! (Ratings: 9.5/10)

French (Emmylou Homs)

When I first heard her singing Love is an Open Door, she sounds very bubbly and gentle at the same time. She does not sound heavy at all! (Ratings: 10/10)

Dutch (Nootje Herlaar)

Okay, I found out that Nootje is actually 10 years younger than Willemijn, who voiced Elsa. Which makes the film meer realistic. So good job and hooray for the Netherlands! (Ratings: 10/10)

Polish (Magdalena Wasylik)

Another youngest Polish Frozen cast, I love how she actually sound relatively young like her Dutch counterpart. (Ratings: 9/10)

Lithuanian (Neringa Nekrasiute)

She sounds very bubbly and hippy, I love her rendition of For the First in Forever. In fact, she is best Anna out of the European batch! (Ratings: 10/10)

Danish (Kristine Yde Eriksen)

I had listen to Love is An Open Door, another young batch and she sounds a little operatic at certain parts of the first verse. But good job Denmark! (Ratings: 9.5/10)

Latvian (Beāte Zviedre)

Her rendition on Love is An Open Door was amazing. She comes out as being the shy Anna to the happy-go-lucky Anna as seen in the mentioned song. (Ratings:9.5/10)

Greek (Vássia Zaharopoúlou)

An operatic Anna, and I love how she sounds happy in For the First Time in Forever. She's very hyper and dashing at the same time! (Ratings: 8/10)

Castilian Spanish (Carmen Lopez Pascual)

Don't get me wrong, I love the Spanish language and listening to this rendition makes me want to watch the movie in Castilian and I love her rendition of Love is an Open Door. She sounds smooth and relatively young,¡Viva la España! (Ratings: 10/10)

Flemish (Aline Goffin)

I really love her voice because she brings out the innocence in Anna especially, considering that Anna is very young. (Ratings: 10/10)

Norwegian (May Kristin Kaspersen)

Anna's native mother tongue, she sounds perfect for the role and I'm glad that Norway has very good singers. Especially when it comes to Disney and Non-Disney dubs! (Ratings:10/10)

Estonian (Hele Kõrve)

She sounds eerily like Kristen Bell, but she's meer gentle than Kristen I have to say, so good job Estonia! (Ratings:9/10)

German (Pia Allgaier)

I love the German language and their culture, one thing about her singing is that she comes from being shy to the excitable Anna. Especially if u listen to her rendition of Love is an Open Door and For the First Time in Forever reprise. (Ratings:9/10)

Czech (Tereza Martinková)

Yes! The Operatic Anna! Well, it looks like dear Anna has taken singing lessons under Sarah Brightman and Katherine Jenkins. She sounds wonderful! (Ratings: 8/10)

Serbian (Lejla Hot)

My opinions on her is quite similar to her Belgian counterpart, although at certain parts she sounds pitchy. But, good job Serbia once again for getting a good singer. (Ratings: 8/10)

Portuguese (Isabel Jacobetty)

I love how she projects her voice, and it makes Anna her person ranging from emotions to singing style. Ratings: 9.5/10)

Swedish (Mimmi Sanden)

Again, she sounds A LOT like Kristen Bell, like her costar Annika. She also scores a perfect ten for the very same reason as Annika! (Ratings: 10/10)

Romanian (Cătălina Chirţan)

She also did the voice of Belle in the Romanian dub for Beauty and the Beast, she sounds different here and I'm glad that she is trying to distinguish herself from Belle and has a great chemistry with Dalma! (Ratings: 9/10)

Catalan (Paula Ribo)

Despite that I'm not use to listening to the Catalan dub, but I have that this is my least favourite dub for strange reasons. I am just not use to listening to her voice, it sounds very jerky at times. (Ratings: 6.5/10)

Bulgarian (Vesela Boneva)

Wow! Another young and innocent Anna in the house. It's like Kristen klok, bell could sing in Bulgarian and reprises her role once again! (Ratings:9.5/10)

Finnish (Saara Aalto)

I'm quite surprise that this Anna sounds very young once again, and when I first watch this movie in English. I thought that the film was set in Finland due to the Vuelie intro sung at the Prologue! Good job Finland once again. (Ratings: 10/10)

Croatian (Sementa Rajhard)

Another operatic Elsa in the house, she sounds very majestic and innocent when she sang the reprise of For the First Time in Forever. (Ratings: 9/10)

Slovene (Tanja Ravljen)

I don't know why, but I feel neutral about her performance. Once again, she brings out the innocence and youthfulness of Anna. (Ratings:9.5/10)

Icelandic (Þórdís Björk Þorfinnsdóttir)

The last Scandinavian and I love how bouncy she is, especially in For the First Time in Forever and Love is an Open Door. (Ratings: 10/10)

Russian (Natalia Bystrova)

While listening to the Russian dub, it reminded me of the Soviet animatie back in the fifties. So, my opinion on her is the same as the Bulgarian counterpart! (Ratings: 9.5/10)

Slovak (Lucia Molnárová Bugalová)

Wow! How many opera singers do we have here? She sounds pitchy at certain parts, but good job! (Ratings:8.5/10)

Hungarian (Vágó Bernadett)

Previously, she did the voice of Tiana in the Princess and the Frog for the Hungarian dub. I am happy that she has the perfect voice for Anna, so great job Hungary! (Ratings: 10/10)

Ukrainian (Marija Jaremčuk)

Another voice that I'm very neutral with, in fact Ukraine has very good singers too, so I would not be surprise at all! (Ratings: 10/10)

Turkish (Deniz Sujana)

Deniz sounds very bubbly, especially in the song Love is an Open Door. In other words, amazing! (Ratings: 10/10)

Albanian (Alma Koleci)

Once again, this is got to be the worse dub I had ever heard out of the European batch. It sounds like Alma is drunk and goes to a karaoke party singing tipsy! (Ratings: 0/10)

Anna's Grandeur European Holidays

Well, it looks like Anna is having a great time in Europe, so what do u all think? volgende stop, to the Middle East!
Guys, this is NOT World Idol of the Eurovision!