Disney Heroine Medley
Susan Egan

fancypixie:

kissingthetulips:

This is something all Disney fans should listen to.

Disney Heroine Medley by Susan Egan (Voice of Megara)

God Help the Outcasts from The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Part of Your World from The Little Mermaid

A Whole New World from Aladdin

Colors of the Wind from Pocahontas

I Won’t Say (I’m in Love) from Hercules

cool. it only took the second verse for the tears to work up

i fucking love her!

Let It Go (Applause ver.)
Nordic Lights

mister-taxi:

Click here for Applause with the Let It Go instrumental

Applause (Frozen ver.)
Nordic Lights

building-snowmen-is-imperative:

mister-taxi:

Well this started out as a joke, but this is what happened.

Click here for Let It Go with the Applause instrumental

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Why does this work so well?!

Beauty And The Beast
Angela Lansbury

fuckyeahdisneysongs:

60 favourite Disney songs in no order
(#18) Beauty and the Beast - Beauty and the Beast

“Bittersweet and strange, finding you can change, learning you were wrong. Certain as the sun rising in the East. Tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme, beauty and the beast.” 

rachelkiley:

What happens to Disney princesses after happily ever after.

This is amazing.

theblueboxboy:

Photographer Dina Goldstein’s series “Fallen Princesses“ has actually been around since 2009 but I had never posted the photographs as a complete set before. The project looks at Disney fairy tale princesses and their harshly realistic modern day lifestyles. Seems not everybody lives happily ever after. This project has won several awards, been published internationally in magazines, analyzed by experts in the field of Fairytale literature and studied in High schools and Universities.

goliveyourdream:

My favorite is the Mulan/Rapunzel one 

3 PM tea and narcolepsy

donthatemecusimbeautiful:

Minimalist Disney Movie Posters

MUST BE A WEASLEY

once, at a theme party involving swords and shields, one of my friends got blitzed on a bottle of wine and sang this entire song.  with a sword.  and then sang it again, so it could be recorded for posterity’s sake.

panchilipepper:

sebastiandres:

Escena eliminada de “El Rey León”

;-;

at my friend’s birthday one year, another friend got plastered on white wine and started singing this song because she had a sword (three cheers for medieval themed parties).  she was having so much fun that she not only let us convince her to repeat the performance, but to do so multiple times with the movie on behind her, sword in hand, while we recorded it.

yaaaaay disney.