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We know we should have seen this coming. As many original voice actors for Disney Princesses as possible were brought back for Wreck-It Ralph 2. Much like the adoring fans in the movie, people were floored to have such talent in one place.

From the returning voices of Jodi Benson as Ariel, Ming-Na Wen as Mulan, and Paige O'Hara as Belle, to modern substitutes, these women commanded the video game movie premiere.

Seeing them all at the movie's world premiere was something else.

People are very excited for this!






The original voice actors for some princesses were not available. The original Aurora, Mary Costa, has retired from acting, so Kate Higgins, who has portrayed Aurora for Sofia the First, was brought on instead.

Ilene Woods and Adriana Caselotti, the original voices for Cinderella and Snow White, have passed away. Cinderella was replaced by Jennifer Hale, who portrayed the character in the direct-to-DVD sequels as well as the Kingdom Hearts series. Snow White is a special case, as her voice is one of the co-writers for the film, Pamela Ribon.

Not everyone could make it.



Seeing all the talented women who brought these characters to life together is an absolute joy. It'll be even better to hear them perform together when the movie is released on November 21.

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