10 DARK SECRETS No Disneyland Princess Is Allowed To Tell ANYONE Outside Of Disney. Find out what Disney is trying to keep hidden from you.
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Working as a Disneyland princess sounds like living in a fairytale but there is a lot that goes into acting like our favorite Disney characters. Not everything is as magical as it seems, especially once we go over the 10 Secrets Disneyland Princesses Are NOT Allowed To Talk About.
From meeting height requirements, to not having a choice in what princess you’ll perform as, auditioning to become a Disneyland princess is a lot harder than it looks. Once an actor is selected, they then have to maintain appearances, lock down social media, use code words, how to point, sign authentic princess autographs, and even pick up trash! The process never ends, though. Age and appearance are very important in order to ensure they are approved of and can keep their jobs every six months! Watch until the end to see how being a Disneyland princess comes with a serious set of risks!
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One timer princess did something that she wasn't supposed to at the Disneyland I want to or was it Disney World well she actually gave to autographs and guess what it was a it was a big person and me and no one else so I really like that it was the person that lost her brothers yeah
though I'm fully supportive of body modifications. i think these rules are sorta necessary since so many people audition and they need to filter them down. The rules would easily eliminate a good chunk, making it easier to choose.
When an actor is cast in a movie they are required to cover up tattoos, remove piercings or anything else the character wouldnt wear. Same should always go for disney cast members. They arent playing themselves as that character, they're supposed to BE that character.
Everything surprised me. I would love to be a Disney princess. But I wouldn't meet any of their expectations. I'm only 4'11 so I'd be too small. Second I wouldn't fit nor would I be able to handle the weight of the costumes. My hand writing would be too big and clunky. And I don't want to break any parts of my body because of the weight of the costumes or anything else that could cause any injuries. But I will always give kudos to everyone who can handle being a Disney character all year round.
I agree that there shouldn't be allowed tatoos and piercings in visible places, since you gotta look like the character. But if you'll do a princess that always wears long sleeves, why would someone fail you just because of a tatoo that will never be shown?
If you don't want to follow any of these rules, just become a princess for another business or something else. The official Disney parks want to the tea casts because the imagination of little kids will be ruined with big differences in the live princess and the one in the movies, and young kids (like ones in elementary school that hasn't heard the truth from their parents) are the most skeptical, doubtful, and investigative people alive...
I think that characters should be able to have tats as long as it is related to Disney or their character and piercings I think only princesses that are portrayed in movies that have piercings should have them in real life .like pocahontas has a tattoo so she should either have a painting or a real tat the same . , I also think that most of these rules , in general are fair , I think there should be a rule no touching characters except their hands . I've never been to Disney but I now really want to go and ask one princess if they remember that I talked to them in magic kingdom and then see if it's a different princess XD lol my favorite princess to see and be would be elsa because I'm nost like elsa XD also I think it's stupid that they have to have a clicker .
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That "oath of confidentiality" stuff is bullcrap. Does any other big-name park do that? Not that I can think up, though if anyone knows of any, tell me. But seriously, people LOVE to see how stuff works. Even if they have to stay in-character on-set, can't they be allowed to have fun otherwise? For all the work they do and the crap they put up with, they deserve at least a little recognition.
Can we please stop with the unrealistic beauty standards nonsense please
I mean people portraying the characters are throughout this video and as long as things like costumes and cosplay exist that’s just a big fat lie
I remember when I was like 4, I asked a Princess named Aurora, I said "How are you, It must be so much fun being a princess" And She obviously didn't reply, she just looked me in the face with a Small frown. So that is why they don't answer.
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