Disney Cast Members make magic happen at Walt Disney World Resort. Despite the constant stress and bustling environment, Disney Parks employees do their best to provide the best possible experience for all guests.
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Many former Disney cast members have immersed themselves in magic long after they left The Walt Disney Company, creating TikToks and other social media content about their experiences. One is former Disney Entertainment cast member and character performer Helen Jane (@helenjp1313).
This week, the former Disney princess launched a series about what she doesn’t understand about what Disney does with theme park performers. I was.
In the video, Helen explained how she currently feels wrong about how Cinderella is portrayed in Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort and merchandise:
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“I don’t understand why Disney put ribbons on her shoes. “Even this imprecise Cinderella with yellow hair and a blue dress wears slippers with hearts. We also have redesigned slippers with hearts. Why are you bowing?” I don’t want ribbons on her shoes.”
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The former Disney princess also points out Disney’s hypocrisy when it comes to costumes. conduct Her movies have bows, but she’s not wearing them at the Disney parks!
“I know I’m beating a dead horse here, but why, why does Cinderella always stray farther and farther from the original color scheme?” Helen continued. “Every time I see her, her hair gets more yellow and her dress gets a darker blue. Look how dark blue this dress is. It’s not even close. These dolls are dark blue. I also will never forgive Disney for this side bang.”
What do you think of Cinderella’s Disney park costume?
Please note that the stories outlined in this article are based on personal Disney park experiences. No two of his experiences are the same, and this article does not necessarily align with Inside the Magic’s personal views on Disney park operations.