Olivia Culpo, we are jealous of YOU!
Also, those dance moves. Can we talk dance moves?! OMG.
Ch-ch-check out the hawt music video (above)!!
We get that you'd want to be Prince Charming…
But asking all the Disney princesses to be your wife is a little greedy, no?!
Texan Blaine Gibson went to Disney World recently, and placed one very special item into his carry-on luggage…a wedding ring!
His master plan was to propose to all the princesses in Florida he could find, including Cinderella, Ariel, Rapunzel, Jasmine, and Tinkerbell.
Blaine even asked Beauty And The Beast villain Gaston — and we can't blame him, because dude is smokin' hot!
Although he was turned down legally, due to a no contact policy for cast members, the handsome princess lovah still had an awesome time:
The love for Robin Williams just keeps pouring out.
Whether he was playing an animated character, doing stand up or just being himself there's no doubt that this beloved comedian touched the lives of everyone around him.
Josh Gad is just the latest person to write a tribute to the late actor.
In his USA Today memorandum, he recalls the moment he saw Robin as Genie in Aladdin and realized at that very moment, he knew he wanted to do with his life.
From one beloved Disney character to another, Josh writes:
Robin Williams' untimely passing hit a lot of people hard, even those that never knew him.
And it turns out he had special significance to the man who followed in his footsteps.
After Tuesday night's performance, James spoke to the audience about what Robin's work meant to him, then led the crowd in an a cappella version of Friend Like Me.
Such a fun and perfect homage! And so sad!! Get a tissue ready and watch …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Whether you knew him as Mrs. Doubtfire, John Keating, or even the Genie, he probably touched your life in a special way.
Scott Weinger, who voiced Aladdin in the film, took to Twitter to post an incredible tribute to the legendary comedian.
Seeing as Frozen is one of the biggest hits Disney has ever had, a sequel was probably a foregone conclusion.
But the Mouse House wasn't ready to make anything official– until now!
The first time we see Queen Elsa and Princess Anna again will be… in book form!
Before we get a Frozen 2 on the silver screen, Disney is giving us a pair of books which are intended for younger readers but will likely be bought by everyone ever.
Random House children's division president Barbara Marcus says that if they're as popular as the Peter Pan spinoff books Never Girls, fans can expect around four volumes a year! She says:
When the Ghost Host asks if there are any volunteers to join the Haunted Mansion's 999 happy haunts, we laugh to ourselves, "Oh, Ghost Host, that's a good joke!"
But one lucky family got to actually take up the disembodied voice on his offer.
The Medina family of North Hollywood got to be the second family ever to spend the night in the classic Disneyland attraction.
The Medinas got the opportunity to stay the night after winning a trivia contest– and what an opportunity!
They got their own ghoulish butler, a visit from the famous three hitchhiking ghosts - who gave them a great a cappella performance, and they even had a rendezvous with the tightrope walker from the stretching room.
The only way their stay could have been better is if they played basketball with Madame Leota's head, or got to take home the red eyed raven as a pet.
Ch-ch-check out some video coverage of their overnight stay…AFTER THE JUMP!!!