Disney Guest Shares a New Way to Interact with Characters

Disneybounding (i.e. dressing up as Disney characters or Marvel characters with normal clothing so as not to break any Disney Park rules about wearing official character costumes) is a very popular way for Disney Guests to show off their love of Disney through fashion while they’re visiting Disneyland Resort or Walt Disney World Resort, but now one Disneybounder and cosplayer is sharing a fun new activity to do with Disney characters!


Lea as the Disney princess Rapunzel. Credit: @leahudscn

Lea Hudscn (@leahudscn on Instagram) is a Disneybounder known mainly for dressing up as Disney princesses like Cinderella or Belle and for cosplaying as favorite Disney characters like Rapunzel.

She recently shared a new interaction with Disney characters that she’s done with several Disney princesses or protagonists: while on video, Lea and the Disney character spin in unison! Lea calls the video series featuring these tandem spins (which has two parts so far) “Asking Characters to Spin with Me”.

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Disney characters are famously friendly with Guests, as they’re meant to be, so it’s no surprise that these characters are embracing the Disney magic further by taking Lea up on her offer and doing some simple choreography.

In Part 1 of the series, Lea got Rapunzel, Eugene Fitzherbert, Cinderella, Elena of Avalor, Dale the chipmunk, Gaston, and the Evil Queen to spin (with Gaston looking on disapprovingly as the Evil Queen joined in)! Lea was Disneybounding as her signature character Rapunzel.

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In Part 2 of the spinning series, Lea’s spinning companions were Cinderella, Rapunzel, Elena of Avalor, Tiana, Belle, Gaston, Tink, Princess Jasmine, Moana, and Peter Pan! Lea was Disneybounding as Cinderella this time.

An interactive activity like this is a great way to add some extra fun to your time with Disney characters, especially in a socially distanced setting and whether or not you choose to Disneybound. A video is also more memorable than a photo, especially if you can get more than one Disney character to take you up on your spinning invitation!

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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