Which Random Disney Background Character Are You?

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Which Random Disney Background Character Are You?

  1. You got: Wildebeest #34 from The Lion King

    You are Wildebeest #34! You didn’t mean any harm during that stampede, you were just following the dude in front of you. BTW, you have awesome fashion sense and are a great shoulder to cry on.

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  2. You got: Tim* from Beauty and the Beast

    *At least I think his name is Tim. Maybe Jacques? Well, whatever his name is you are him in all his awesomeness. Like, Tim is the guy who shows up to a boring party and gets it turnt. Turnt Tim, that’s you.

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  3. You got: Cindy Mermaid from The Little Mermaid

    Hip, cool, with a flair for the dramatic, you are always the person everyone goes to for advice. Also, you have a strong moral fiber but that doesn’t mean you can’t let loose and have a ball.

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  4. You got: Fancy Man #69 from Frozen

    You have a way with words, and also a way with swords! Like, if push came to shove you could totally hold your own in a fight. But then again, you’re more of a lover than a fighter.

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  5. You got: This kid from Aladdin

    You are this kid. He’s a good kid and so are you. So, y’know, kudos for being such a great person even when you’re not in the spotlight.

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  6. You got: The tuba player from The Princess and the Frog.

    You love everyone and everyone loves you! You are a great support system for those around you, and you can carry more than your weight when it comes to responsibilities. Keep doing you, tuba player. Keep. Doing. You.

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Disney Princesses Accept Princess Leia Musical

Now that the Star Wars franchise is apart of the Disney conglomerate, Princess Leia has interestingly enough become an official Disney Princess. To accept her as one of their own, the Disney princesses of  welcome Leia with an obligatory song.      

 

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What One Woman Did For A Girl With Cancer Turned Into A Force For Good

When Holly Christensen heard that her friend’s young daughter had cancer, she felt helpless. Beyond offering comfort and support, what else could she do? But when she sat down and thought about everything that little girls lose while undergoing chemotherapy, she had an idea.

While remedying the symptom of hair loss might seem superficial, it can do wonders for a little girl’s spirit. That’s why she started The Magic Yarn Project.

This is two-year-old Lily, who was diagnosed with lymphoma. She completed this adorable princess look with a gorgeous Rapunzel wig.

While she’s beautiful and strong regardless of what her hair looks like…

…the smile that lights up her face when she wears this yarn wig is priceless.

It’s amazing what a little boost of confidence can do for morale!

Soon, mothers from around the nation with daughters who were diagnosed with cancer started asking if Christensen would make wigs for their little ones.

How could she say no? Making these fighters look like Disney princesses makes them feel special.

She started making as many wigs as she possibly could.

Eventually, she needed more help. That’s when these volunteers stepped in. They donate time and resources to this noble cause.

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You can contribute by making some beanies! They serve as bases for the wigs.

You can also donate a bit of money to help cover costs.

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For updates on how this wonderful organization is doing, follow them on Facebook, and remember to donate! Even the smallest contribution can help these little girls smile. The strength to keep fighting is just as important as receiving the right medical care.

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These 14 Incredible Disney Secrets Are Shocking In All The Right Ways

The internet is replete with videos and memes that point out all of the hidden messages that Disney content has to offer.

And if you’re a lover of all things Mickey, you’ve probably seen them all, right? Well, maybe not. It seems like clever observers and animators alike come out with more and more hidden gems every day, so if you want to keep up, then you should probably check these out.

Why not put your Disney expertise to the test?

1. “Beauty and the Beast” was the first prestige Disney film to use Computer Animation Production System (CAPS) technology, which was developed by Pixar. It’s what allowed them to create the famous ballroom scene.

2. Peter Cullen, who voices Optimus Prime in the new films, also voiced Eeyore back in the day.

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3. “Pocahontas” is the only Disney princess movie based on true events.

4. Animators drew inspiration for the Beast from a whole slew of animals.

5. Alyssa Milano was used as a reference when animators drew Ariel.

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6. The stuffed animal in this scene from “Tarzan” is actually Little Brother from “Mulan.”

7. Rapunzel is the only Disney princess with green eyes.

8. Simba’s roar was actually that of a tiger, since sound techs working on the movie determined that a lion’s roar wouldn’t have been powerful enough.

9. A statue of Hans from “Frozen” can be seen in “Big Hero 6.”

10. Tiana is the only princess with a real job.

11. Wall-E’s name is actually a riff on Walter Elias Disney.

12. Jasmine and Mulan are the only princesses who wear pants.

13. Belle and the Prince’s final dance in “Beauty and the Beast” is actually just a reanimated version of Princess Aurora and Prince Phillip’s dance in “Sleeping Beauty.”

14. Eeyore’s name was inspired by the British cockney pronunciation of “hee-haw.” Fitting!

Do you really know your stuff when it comes to Disney’s secrets? I certainly don’t.

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