EXCLUSIVE: Josh Gad Explains the Totally Relatable Reason He Wouldn't Want to Play Olaf in Broadway's 'Frozen'

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Josh Gad is perfectly happy keeping his performance as the sun-loving snowman Olaf off the stage! The Broadway veteran spoke with ET’s Jennifer Peros at the 2017 Tony Awards on Sunday night about the upcoming Frozen musical on Broadway.

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Even though he helped create the lovable Olaf, Gad said he wouldn’t want to play him on the Great White Way.

“Daddy doesn't want to dress up as a snowman eight times a week. I'm going to let somebody else do that,” the 36-year-old star quipped. “No I'm good, I'm good. I'm good in my pajamas in a nice sound booth.”

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And the Beauty and the Beast star is preparing to get back in the sound booth to start work on Frozen 2 very soon.

“I've heard rumors of what may be going on, and it all sounds wonderful and it's surprising and amazing,” Gad coyly teased.

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The highly anticipated sequel isn’t set to hit theaters until Nov. 27, 2019, so fans will have to wait some time to see Olaf in action.

For more from the Tony Awards, watch the clip below!

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