“I’m gonna have to call Cinderella’s “A Dream is a Wish your Heart Makes a bluff” because I either dream of spiders or of crazy people trying to kill me. I hope my heart isn’t dreaming about that.”
“I really love the way Sleeping Beauty is designed! The scenery is gorgeous and the characters are too!”
“I hate how Disney and others depict Rapunzel with her long blonde hair. Like I understand that was her most notable trait but after she cut it off she set herself free and sacrificed herself and I think that says a lot more about her than just blonde hair. I don’t know it kind of offends me too because she would be the only princess with brown hair and green eyes and that is two of my traits. Not to mention her short hair. I just wish there was more brunette Rapunzel rather than blonde.”
“Disney saved my life. If it weren’t for the Newsies, I’d probably be gone. My dream is to be on Broadway, and it’s all thanks to Walt Disney and the musical this company brought to life.”
“When I was kid, everytime I would watch “Dumbo” or “Tarzan”, I would call my mom when “Baby of mine” and “You’ll be in my heart” started playing. She would put me on her lap and sing those songs with me. By the end, she would always tell me “I love you”. It made me feel safe and loved. Now I’m leaving home for the first time to start college and whenever I miss her, I put those songs on and think of her.”
"Confession: I’ve never related to a Disney character. Ever. Then Elsa came along. I loved her a lot. I hate it when people bash on her, calling her "weak" and "selfish.""
"I think I’m the only person who thinks Let It Go is about isolation and pushing people away."
“I’m Asian American and when I was little I felt confused about who my favorite princess should be. In kindergarten I remember someone telling me that the only favorite princess I could have was Mulan because she was Asian like me when really my favorite was Aurora. So for the longest time I felt like I had to like certain things because of my race.”
“Regardless of popular opinion, I actually loved Enchanted. Giselle has an extremely relatable innocence, and her expansive knowledge about love, it makes me really happy, just singing ‘That’s how you know’ has helped me through so many relationship problems lately. Knowing that if one relationship doesn’t work out, another is right in front of you is really sweet. It’s helped me get over my ex, and meet a new guy. And I love her for it.”
“I recently watched Monsters University and fell in love. It made me realize I needed to follow my dreams, no matter what happens. Maybe now I’ll achieve my dream of becoming a singer.”