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Hi guys, since the release of Disney's Beauty and the Beast back in 1991. Here are my favourite Pop version of the theme song in no random order and what I think about the song, as well as the singers themselves.

Beauty and the Beast (Celine Dion & Peabo Bryson)

When I first heard the song, I immediately fell in Amore with it! Especially Celine's voice and the arrangements of it. Peabo Bryson was another amazing singer in his own rights and I was very glad that they were the perfect singers to do this iconic song!
This song has been part of my childhood and I was happy that it is part of the Essential Celine Dion album on my iPod Touch!

Someday My Prince Will Come (Barbra Streisand)

This rendition was another amazing moment, I first started to listen to this version after my American trip back in 2001 when they were promoting the Snow White special edition DVD.
Barbra's voice is once again charms everybody, and I'm very happy that Disney chose her to sing before pop Musica dominates the whole world later on.

Let it Go (Demi Lovato)

Now don't get me wrong, I adore Demi and her work, but this version is consider her underrated one. It is dominated da the original Idina's version from the movie, but complessivamente, generale the arrangements were good and I salute to both Demi and Idina!

Strong (Sonna Rele)

This is one of my most favourite DP theme EVER! Because the lyrics has an inspiration to it, initially I thought that it sound like Leona Lewis, until I found out that it is Sonna Reele. A relatively new singer in the entertainment industry!

Once Upon a Dream (Lana Del Rey)

My least favourite DP theme from Maleficent, her voice is really painful to listen as if she's having a nasal o sinus problem while singing! I wish Angelina Jolie chose a different singer.


Conclusion

Well, this articolo is relatively short, these are the only 5 pop version that I really enjoy listening to.
 The classics.
The classics.
 Standing Frozen in the Line.
Standing Frozen in the Line.
 Thrust in your Heart!
Thrust in your Heart!
 I walk with te Once Upon a Dream.
I walk with you Once Upon a Dream.
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For such a successful and expensive film, Frozen's complete lack of diversity (particularly ethnic diversity) really vexed me. Frozen has four main human characters and out of the four:
- Four are white
- Four are all apparently straight
- Three are blonde
Looking at this, te can tell there is very little variation in Frozen's main cast. In ethnic terms, there really is no excuse of this. Frozen needed più POC.

I have heard one main argument (read: excuse) why Frozen didn't have any racially diverse characters (and no: I am not counting black background characters). Some say that Frozen...
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 Obviously, Shan yu deserves the number one spot
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I'm slightly obsessed with eyes. I Amore drawing them, I Amore looking at them, and when I look at the beauty of a person, princess o not, the eyes play a big part in their attractiveness. So I decided to make an articolo about my preferito Disney Princess eyes. Honestly, they all have gorgeous eyes, so this will be difficult. But, I shall try my hardest. Oh yeah, Anna and Elsa are included.


13. Cinderella
Her eyes are a really pretty color. They are an amazing shade of blue, and... well, that's about all I like about them. The shape of them is really weird, and in a lot of shots, they are just...
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This is a serious article. Eyebrows frame your face so te need to have the right pair. I spend way too much time plucking and grooming my eyebrows so yeah, I think eyebrows are very aesthetically important. I noticed the results look a bit like my non-existent prettiest Princess lista with a few exceptions of course.





13. Mulan
They are Asian looking alright, with the shape. I promise I don't have anything against big eyebrows but Mulan's kind of overpower her eyes and they look a bit untamed. They are definitely not bad, just comparing to the others. Shang has nice strong arched eyebrows though....
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I was looking through my articoli and realised I didn't have an articolo in which I examined Ariel in depth. I decided to amend that da Scrivere about a subject it's fun to think about - Ariel's rosa dress.

Most fan can agree (I think) that the dress looks quite bad on Ariel. There are several reasons for this: the sleeves are ridiculously puffy and makes her arms look misshapen and the shaping of the gonna looks... Odd. I just think it's too puffy and big in general.

Another popolare reason for the dress looking odd is that a red hair/pink dress combo doesn't work:


However, I...
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One of the best things about Disney princess films are their princesses(obviously) and songs. As a singer, Musica lover, and actor, I've always paid close attention to the voices that bring these wonderful characters and songs to life. I am picky about the voices I like but can admit that no princess has a bad voice, some are just much better than others. Share your opinions.
13. Snow White
Let me begin da saying that I'm ranking both Canto and speaking voices and that even though she's at the bottom, I don't hate Snow White's voice. Let's be honest here, most people find her voice to be annoying....
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