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Disney Princess is a media franchise owned by The Walt Disney Company, originally created by Disney

Consumer Products chairman Andy Mooney in the late 1990s and officially launched in 2000. The original eight princesses consisted of Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, and Mulan. The franchise spotlights a line-up of fictional female heroines who have appeared in Disney animated feature films. The franchise currently includes seventeen female protagonists and three deutaragonists from thirteen different Walt Disney Animation Studios films, one Pixar film, two Marvel Studios films and two 20th Century Fox movies as each of whom is either royal by birth, royal by marriage, or considered a "princess" due to her significant portrayal of heroism.

Most recently, the line-up has expanded to include Tiana, Rapunzel and Merida after the successes of their respective films. Crysta, Vanellope, Anna, Elsa, Gamora, Moana, Anastasia, Shuri, Carol Danvers , Jan-Nin and Sadé are all currently expected to join the line-up.

The Disney Princesses are featured in a wide variety of merchandise, appearing in anything from various sing-a-long movies, dolls and other toys to bed linens, clothing and toiletries (such as hairbrushes and toothpaste). The Princesses are also prominently featured at the Disney theme parks. Since 2013, with the exception of those created after the Disney Renaissance, the Princesses have been showcased in their enhanced and modified/redesigned outfits (excluding Ariel and Mulan), instead of the actual garments that they wear in their respective movies.

Requirements to be a "Disney Princess"

Each official Disney Princess must meet the following requirements:

•The character must have a primary role in a Disney/Pixar film or another division owned by Disney such as Marvel Studios, 20th Century Fox or Blue Sky Studios. (Live action characters only can be included if Disney has to pay royalties to the actresses' likeness or they don't have to at all.)

•The character must be human, or human-like in the cases of Ariel, Crysta, Gamora and formerly, Tinkerbell.

•The character should not have been introduced into a sequel.

•The character should be born royal, married royal, or has peforrmed an act of heroism in the cases of Mulan, Gamora, Moana and Crysta

•The overall critical and box office success of the film can be seen as the deciding factor as to whether or not a character can join the franchise. This explains the absence of Eilonwy, Kida and Thumbelina.

In the 2016 film MoanaMaui states that princesses have animal sidekicks. This has been evidently shown to be a common characteristic among the official members. But it is unknown if it is considered an official Disney Princess rule.

  • Being a separate franchise also affects the status of a princess such as Tinkerbell when she enters the Disney Fairies franchise.

Facts pertaining to the original fairy tales upon which the films are based are irrelevant to the versions appearing in the franchise.

The Princesses themselves, despite appearing in separate films, have distinct similarities. Most Princesses have the common ability to communicate with animals (even if the animals do not actually talk back). They are also known for their inner and outer beauty, as well as having beautiful singing voices (the exception to this is Merida, who only sings a song with her mother when she is little). Each Princess (excluding Merida) also has a romance that is resolved by the end of the film; the male counterparts are known as Disney Princes.  The Princesses can also be grouped depending on what era their films debuted. The "original" three (Snow White, Cinderella and Aurora), are quiet, classy, graceful and romantic daydreamers; they play more of a "damsel in distress" role and suffer from the actions caused by others. They hold an inner strength through compassion, love, kindness and (particularly with Snow White) a strong sense of resilience.  During the Disney Renaissance Era, which started with The Little Mermaid in 1989 and ended in 2000, the heroines in Disney feature films became more active than reactive and included Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas and Mulan. These women were strong-willed, adventurous, feisty, cunning and determined. They were less interested in finding love and more interested in finding adventure and freedom. The Renaissance Princesses also existed in worlds that were more self-aware of the changing roles of women. For example, in The Little Mermaid, the villainess Ursula assures Ariel that she won't need her voice on land as men prefer silent women; Belle, from Beauty and the Beast, is told by Gaston that "it's not right for a woman to read." And Mulan, who joins an army under the guise of a man, must listen to her peers extol masculine traits, while describing an ideal wife who is pretty, obedient and a good cook. The latest Princesses were created within the past decade and are more modern. Tiana from The Princess and the Frog is a young woman who doesn't rely on magic and knows that it takes hard work to reach one's goals; Rapunzel from Tangled, however, is more idealistic and isn't afraid to go after what she wants.

Whether or not Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy, should join the line-up has been a subject of debate among fans since all of her films were live action as opposed to being animated. However, she does meet the majority of requirements that would enable her to do so, such as having a primary role in a Disney film (Marvel Studios is owned by Disney), her first film being both a critical and commercial success and is regarded as a "national hero" like Mulan is.

  • Those who favor the inclusion claim that Gamora could represent modern social issues that young women often face today such as immigration, childhood abuse, and challenges relating to refugee migration. In addition, they also suggest that it would draw young women to show some interest in astronomy, military-related careers, music, and the comic book lore in general.
  • Those who are against the inclusion claim that it would serve as being nothing more than just "poor commentary" towards Gamora and other female Marvel Cinematic Universe characters.
  • Some fans who argue against Gamora's inclusion in the princess line-up suggest that the Disney should keep it's Marvel Cinematic Universe canon separate from the animated Disney canon.
  • However, considering that Gamora is expected to appear in the upcoming Ralph Breaks the Internet, it's very likely that Disney may include her in the line up in the future.

However, there are also arguments that Crysta and Anastasia can't be Disney Princesses because their films were not made by Disney, of course Disney has bought 20th Century Fox and Disney now owns the rights to the films, they will likley be added if Disney officialy brand the Fox Animation studios films as their properties.

Why Some Disney Females are not a "Disney Princess"

  • Some female protagonists, even those that hold the "princess" title, may not be included in the official line-up for the following reasons:
  • Nala from The Lion King she is not an official Disney Princess because she is not human which means it would look awkward seeing animals with princesses
  • Elionwy from The Black Cauldron, she is not a Disney Princess because her commercial and critical failure and lackluster of her film. It grossed 21.4 million.
  • Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire She is not officially a Disney Princess because her movie was a commercial failure despite it being successful in other countries, it only made 84 million in the United States and 102 million in other countries.
  • Miss Piggy, Janice and, Charlene Sinclair are not considered Disney Princesses since they're all live-action puppets.
  • 20th Century Fox characters Lois Griifth, Marge, Lisa, and Maggie Simpson, and Meg Griffith are not considered to be "Disney Princesses" since they are all animated television characters, which does not meet the criteria.
  • Ice Age characters Ellie, Scrattee, Shelly, Mama Dino, Peaches, Granny Sloth, Shira, and Brooke are not considered to be "Disney Princesses" since they are all animal characters that were introduced in sequels, which do not meet criteria. Yes, Disney is now the parent owner of 20th Century Fox, but animal characters, whether they are live action, or animated, cannot join the line-up.
  • Natasha Romanov, Wanda Maximoff, Mantis and Valkyrie are not included in the line-up because they were all first introduced in Marvel movie sequels.
  • Pepper Potts, Peggy Carter, Sharon Carter, Frigga, Lady Sif, Jane Foster, Meredith Quill, Maria Hill, Hope Van Dyne, Janet Van Dyne, Grace Lang, The Ancient One, Nova Prime, Aleta Ogord, Okyoke, and Nakia are not included in the line-up because they were all introduced as either minor or secondary characters in their respective films.
  • Nebula, Hela, Goddess of Death, Proxima Midnight, and Ghost are not considered to be Disney Princesses, due to these women having to have all originally been first introduced as antagonists.
  • Characters from Disney comics such as Dickie Duck, Neptunia, Eurasia Toft and Agent Uma are not considered Disney Princesses since they're all foreign creations.
  • None of the female protagonists from a Disney television series (e.g. Kim Possible, Star Butterfly from Star vs. the Forces of Evil) are considered Disney Princesses due to the "Disney Teleivision Animation division" not meeting the criteria.
  • Esmeralda was an official Disney Princess in 2004, she was removed because she was not selling as good like the others in the franchise like the others where so Disney crossed her off the list for that reason.
  • Jane Porter was originally considered as the newest Disney Princess in 1999, not long after the Disney Princess franchise started, she was ultimately removed likley because her dress color scheme was too similar to Belle's so she was removed for that reason so nobody would confuse her for Belle or confusing Belle for Jane Porter.
  • Giselle at that point was really close to being an official Disney Princess, however, the plans to include Giselle in the lineup have quickly dropped because they realized they had to pay royalties to Amy Adams likeness every time she is included in merchandise. Giselle is 32 years old, so she would of been the oldest of the princesses if she was part of the Disney Princess Franchise, she would of also been the first Disney Princess not to be from Walt Disney Animation Canon. However, she could return to being included in the lineup if Disney chooses to pay the royalties to Amy Adam's likeness, which apparently could happen because of the upcoming hybrid film, Disenchanted.
  • Tinkerbell has been removed from the franchise and replaced by Tiana from The Princess and The Frog because she is now the lead character of the Disney Fairies franchise.
  • Gamora, Shuri, and Carol Danvers will be able to join the line-up if Kevin Fiege, president and founder of Marvel Studios, approves the inclusion of both characters since their respective actresses have long since signed off on using their likeness in merchandise relating to their respective films. If included in the Disney Princess franchise, Gamora will be the oldest princess in the line up since she is 24 years old.
  • Anna and Elsa's movie has the opposite problem compared to Elionwy, Thumbelina, Crysta and Kida. There movie grossed 1.2 billion at the box office which caused it's franchise to be so successful, many have theorized if they joined the lineup in the first place, they would of became so valuable and likely takes sales away from all of the other princesses, effectively overshadowing them, so they are currently being kept away from the other princesses until their sales die down in the Frozen franchise. So once they are no longer selling as good, they'll join the Disney Princess lineup along with Gamora and Moana.
  • Anya and Crysta will both join the lineup, if Disney officially brands the Fox Animation studios/20th Century Fox Home Entertainment films as their properties like with Pixar, which was aquired in 2006. This would also apply to Leia, Gamora, Shuri, and Carol as well while Princess Leia Organa is from Lucasfilm and Gamora, Shuri and Carol are all from Marvel Studios.

Official Princesses

Each of the following 19 women has been certified as an "Official Disney Princess." Some were born into the title (e.g.

Aurora, Merida), some married the son of a king (e.g. Cinderella), some married a Reigning Prince (e.g. Belle), and some correspond to an equivalent title (e.g. Chieftain's Daughter and Sultan's Daughter). So far,

the four exceptions to these rules are Mulan, Gamora, Crysta and Moana; they are currently the only Official Disney Princesses who do not either come from royal bloodlines nor marry into royalty. Of the three, Moana is the only one who has no love interest. Esmeralda and Jane Porter are also aren't royal, but they are no longer officialy part of the Disney Princess franchise.

Born into Royalty: Snow White, Aurora, Ariel, Jasmine (as a Sultan's daughter), Anastasia, Rapunzel, Vanellope, Merida, Anna, Elsa, and ShuriPocahontas is considered to be of royal heritage, as she is the daughter of a chief and therefore considered Native American royalty by the English.

Royal by Marriage: Cinderella, Belle, and Tiana become royalty by marriage.

Royal by Act/s of Heroism: Mulan, Moana, Crysta and Gamora are royal by neither birth nor marriage. However, Mulan is still included in the line-up as she meets other requirements and has performed a significant act of heroism. Meanwhile, Moana and Gamora are expected to join the line-up for the same reason.

Regardless of any actual title(s) possessed, each official Disney Princess is properly addressed (within the franchise) as "Princess ________".

Princess Snow White

01 Snow White

Snow White, titular character of the 1937 Disney movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, is a character based on the German fairy tale "Schneewittchen." Snow White has the honor of being the first Princess in the first Disney animated feature, paving the way for all subsequent princesses. Adriana Caselotti provides the voice/singing voice for Snow White. Her true love is the Prince, who is able to wake her from her eternal sleep with true love's kiss. At 14, she is the youngest of the official Disney Princesses.

Princess Cinderella

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Cinderella is the main protagonist of her eponymous film and two sequels and is the second Disney Princess. She is based on the European fairy tale of the same name, of which several variations exist. Ilene Woods provides the voice/singing voice for Cinderella (Original Disney version), Jennifer Hale provides the voice of Cinderella in the sequels, Tami Tappan provides Cinderella's singing voice in Cinderella III. Cinderella is the first Disney Princess to have siblings (albeit step-siblings) and is 19 years old. Cinderella is the first Disney Princess who is married into royalty (she marries Prince Charming).

Princess Aurora

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Aurora is the titular protagonist of the film Sleeping Beauty, based on the classic fairy tale involving a beautiful princess, a sleeping enchantment, and a handsome prince. Aurora is sixteen years old. Mary Costa provides the voice/singing voice for Aurora. The original story is much darker than the Disney version. Aurora has the distinction of being both the Princess with the least amount of screen time and singing more of her lines than speaking them. Aurora has the purest pedigree of any Disney Princess, being the first and only child of a king (King Stefan) who also presumably marries Prince Phillip, the firstborn son and heir of a king (King Hubert).

Princess Ariel

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Ariel is the female protagonist of the films The Little Mermaid, The Little Mermaid II (although the title of main female protagonist is shared with Melody) and The Little Mermaid III, as well as The Little Mermaid Television Series. Jodi Benson provides the both the speaking and singing voices of Ariel in all Disney animated appearances. Ariel is the first Disney Princess to have not been born human and is also the first Disney Princess confirmed to have children as she and Eric have a daughter, Melody, in the sequel. She is sixteen years old in the first film and is presumably in her late twenties in the sequel. Ariel's title of Princess comes from her father, King Triton, a title she shares with her six older sisters. She acquires the title of Princess Consort through her marriage to Prince Eric, though it is unclear whether he is a Prince Regnant (most likely), the son of a King, or both.

Princess Belle

05 Belle

Belle is the fifth Disney princess and the main female protagonist of the film Beauty and the Beast and its two sequels. Paige O'Hara provides the voice/singing voice of Belle in all three films. Belle is the first Disney Princess to have an antagonist become her love interest. She is also the first person to have a confirmed country in the movie (France). Belle is seventeen years old and the second Disney Princess to be of common birth. When she marries Prince Adam (a Prince Regnant of his principality), she becomes a Princess Consort.

Princess Jasmine

06 Jasmine

Jasmine is the main female protagonist of Aladdin, its two sequels, and the television series. Linda Larkin provides Jasmine's voice in all animated iterations of Aladdin, Lea Solanga provides the singing voice for Jasmine in the original Aladdin, Liz Callaway provides the singing voice for Jasmine in the sequels. Jasmine is the daughter (and only child) of the Sultan of Agrabah, the traditional title styled "Shahzadi Sultana" (Princess). When she marries Aladdin, a commoner (the son of the self-styled "King of Thieves" notwithstanding), he gains the title Prince Consort. Upon the death or abdication of her father in favor of Aladdin (as was stated to be the Sultan's wish), Aladdin would become the Sultan of Agrabah and Jasmine would acquire the title of Sultana. She is the first princess to not be the titular character in her film and is the first non-white and the first Middle Eastern/southwest Asian princess.

Princess Pocahontas

07 Pocahontas

Pocahontas is the main protagonist of the film Pocahontas and its sequel, Pocahontas II, and is the first Disney Princess to have been based (loosely) on a real person, instead of a fairy tale. She is a Powhatan Native American, and she is the first Disney Princess to have two "princes" (John Smith and John Rolfe, though only the former is an official Disney Prince). Pocahontas is the second Princess (after Jasmine) to have her singing voice and speaking voice provided by two different voice actresses. Irene Bedard and Judy Kuhn provide the voice and singing voice of Pocahontas in both movies, respectively. Pocahontas was born as the only child of Chief Powhatan, thus giving her the title of Chieftain's Daughter. Though not royalty, she is accorded the respect of one (i.e. a princess) in the sequel and is officially regarded as a Disney Princess. Her eventual marriage to John Rolfe (a commoner) does not change her status or his.

Princess Mulan

08 Mulan

Fa Mulan is the main protagonist in the Disney film Mulan and its sequel Mulan II. She is the first Disney Princess to be based on a legend and the second not to be based on a fairy tale (Pocahontas). Ming-Na Wen and Lea Salonga provide the voice and singing voice of Mulan in both films, respectively. Mulan is (to date) the only Disney Princess who does not hold the title of Princess in one form or another. However, she does earn the non-noble title of Imperial Consul. Her eventual marriage to General Li Shang (also non-noble) does not grant her any titles either. Mulan and Shang are the only non-royal Disney couple in the Disney Princess franchise.

Princess Tiana

09 Tiana

Tiana is the main female protagonist in the film The Princess and the Frog. Tiana made history as the first African-American Disney Princess. Anika Noni Rose provides the voice/singing for Tiana. She is the third to be married into her title. Commoner-born, Tiana becomes Princess Consort upon her marriage to Prince Naveen, the eldest son and Heir Apparent of the King of Maldonia. She is the most modern of all princesses due to living in 1920s New Orleans and is the first American and first black princess.

Princess Rapunzel

10 Rapunzel

Rapunzel is the main female protagonist in the film Tangled and the short film Tangled Ever After. Like Aurora, she has golden hair, was born into her title, and was removed from her parent's custody as a baby, only to be reunited in her teens. Mandy Moore provides both the speaking and singing voices for Rapunzel. She is one of the stronger-willed Princesses and her preferred weapon is a frying pan. As the only child of the King Frederic and Queen Arianna of Corona, she eventually marries Eugene "Flynn Rider" Fitzherbert, giving him the title of Prince Consort. Upon the death or abdication of her father, Rapunzel will become Queen Regnant of Corona, while her husband will remain Prince Consort.

Princess Merida

11 Merida

Merida is the main protagonist of the Disney/Pixar film Brave, making her the first Pixar Princess. She is the first princess since Ariel to have red hair: she has long, curly, red hair and blue eyes. Kelly MacDonald and Julie Fowlis provide the voice and singing voice for Merida. Merida is a Princess by blood; firstborn of King Fergus of DunBroch. Her lack of a romantic interest (and lack of any sequels) makes it unlikely that she will rise to rule the kingdom as a Regnant Queen, considering the views of gender equality in the era.

Future Disney Princesses

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Anna' is the main protagonist of the Disney film Frozen and is the younger daughter of the King and Queen of Arendelle (a Norwegian kingdom). Kristen Bell provides the voice/singing voice for Anna. She has long, ginger hair with a white highlight (where Queen Elsa shot her with ice in the head) and blue eyes, and is a free-spirited, fearless, happy-go-lucky, reckless ball of energy who lives by trusting her own feelings. Presumably, she will eventually marry Kristoff and, as a result, grant him the title of Prince Consort. As the next-in-line for the Arendelle throne, she stands to eventually become Queen Regant in her own right after the death or abdication of her sister Queen Elsa. At this point, it is possible for her and Elsa to join the lineup along with Moana and Gamora since they are seen with the other 11 Disney Princesses in Ralph Breaks The Internet.

Queen Elsa

Elsa the Snow Queen is the deuteragonist of the 2013 animated feature Frozen and Anna's older sister. She is loosely based on Kai and The Snow Queen from the fairy tale "The Snow Queen" by Hans Christian Andersen. She was the crown princess of Arendelle and was crowned Queen until her powers over ice were exposed, causing her to flee and become the feared Snow Queen. However, the bond between her and her sister warms her frozen heart, allowing her to use her magic for the greater good. Elsa will be the first official Disney Princess to have become a queen in her feature film. She will also be the second princess without a love interest, after Merida.

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Moana is the main protagonist of the film of the same name. She is the daughter of Chief Tui and Sina of Moltunui. Although she meets the requirements for the official Disney Princess franchise, she hasn't had her live coronation yet, making her an unofficial Disney Princess at the moment.

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Vanellope von Schweetz is the main female protagonist of Wreck-It-Ralph. She is the missing princess of the game Sugar Rush. It has been confirmed that she reunites with the Disney Princesses in Ralph Breaks the Internet, which would most likely mean that she could join the lineup.

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Crysta is the main protagonist of 20th Century Fox's 1992 animated feature film, "Ferngully: The Last Rainforest." Crysta will join the lineup along with Anastasia who both films were considered as fiancial successes at the box office. Crysta will also be replacing Tinker Bell , as the third human like princess, after Ariel and Gamora.

Anastasia Romanov

15 Anastasia
Anastasia is a character that was created by 20th Century Fox. She is likely expected to join the lineup because Disney acquired fox in late 2017. The Disney-Fox merger has not been completed yet, but it'll be finalized by Summer 2019. This is about the legend of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia, which claims that she, in fact, escaped the execution of her family. Its basic plot centers around an eighteen-year-old amnesiac orphan named Anya who, in hopes of finding some trace of her family, sides with con men who wish to take advantage of her likeness to the Grand Duchess; thus the film shares its plot with Fox's prior film from 1956, which, in turn, was based on the 1955 play by Marcelle Maurette.


Gamora is a character Disney had created for it's live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe canon. Some fans believe that she might join the line up at some point


after the release of either Avengers: End Game or Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 despite her film, Guardians of the Galaxy, and it's sequels all being live action. However, she is also, one of the main protagonist of an animated series of the same name on Disney XD. She's loosely based off a character of the same name from Marvel's series of comic books. In Disney canon, Gamora, the reformed assassin step-daughter of the Mad Titian Thanos, began seeking her redemption when she was first hired to steal an orb when she finds herself in the middle of a quest to save Xandar from a sinister Kree Accuser. This eventually lead to her becoming friends with and joining the other members of the Guardians of the Galaxy. Whether Gamora should or shouldn't join the line-up has been the subject of debate among fans, due to her films all being live action even though there might be a chance that she may. If included, Gamora would be the first Disney Princess from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as be based off a character from a Marvel Comic. Her film would also be the first Disney Princess film to be originally based off a Marvel comic since Disney is the parent owner of Marvel. She would also be the oldest princess in the franchise for at the start of her first film, Gamora is 24-years-old. In addition, the inclusion of Gamora would make her and Peter Quill the second non-royal Disney couple to be part of the line-up. She is portrayed by Zoe Saldana.


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Shuri is the daughter of King T'Chaka and Queen Ramonda, and the sister of T'Challa. Shuri loves her brother deeply, and she helps him run Wakanda. She has genius-level intellect, being on the same intellectual level as Tony Stark, Hank Pym and Bruce Banner. Her vast scientific knowledge helps not only Wakanda as a whole but also T'Challa in his role as the superhero Black Panther. She also appears as a protagonist in the animated series Marvel's Avengers: Black Panther Quest. She is the first Disney princess to come from an African nation. She is also the second Disney Princess to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as be based off a character from the pages of a Marvel Comic.

Carol Danvers

Carol Danvers, who is also known as "Captain Marvel", is the protagonist of the

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upcoming 2019 Marvel Studios film Captain Marvel, as well as Avengers: End Game. In Disney canon, Carol is an American air-force pilot who obtain cosmic powers as a result of her Kree-heritage. It is also believed that aside from replacing both Steve Rogers and Tony Stark as a leader of the Avengers team, she might be able to join the Disney Princess franchise along with Gamora and Shuri in the future if Kevin Feige, President and Founder of Marvel Studios, approves the inclusion. If that's the case, then, the character, played by Brie Larson, would become the third American-born Disney Princess after Pocahontas and Tiana.



Sade is the main protagonist in Disney's upcoming live-action film of the same name. She has warrior powers which protect herself and her people. However, despite being live action she will likley join the Disney Princess lineup in the further future.


Jan-Nin is the main protagonist of Dragon Empire. She's also considered to join the Disney Princess franchise along with Sade.

Possible Princesses to Return
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Giselle Philip

Disney has officially announced that they are in production with it's upcoming sequel to Enchanted, "Disenchanted." There's been many rumors that Giselle could join the lineup, if there true then Disney will choose to pay the royalties to Amy Adams in order to have her as an official Disney Princess.

Princesses and "Princesses" Outside of the Lineup

This category includes characters who meet the qualifications for Disney Princess and/or have been included in Disney Princess merchandise, but are not included in the official lineup. These characters stand above those denominated as "Heroines" because heroines do not have any chance of actually joining the franchise. 

Unofficial Disney Princesses

Disney heroines and actual princesses that are not part of the official line-up but are princesses/heroines in their respective films but officially have affliations with the Disney Princesses. These characters have appeared in some official Disney Princess products or promotions. However, these characters may officially join the line-up in the future depending on public interest in them. They also are verified as Disney Heroines.

  • Minnie Mouse
  • Daisy Duck
  • Dickie Duck
  • Webby Wanderquack from DuckTales (2017)
  • Miss Piggy
  • Faline from Bambi.
  • Alice from Alice in Wonderland.
  • Tinker Bell and Wendy Darling from Peter Pan
  • Shanti from The Jungle Book
  • Maid Marian from Robin Hood
  • Princesses Attina, Alana, Adella, Aquata, Arista, and Andrina from The Little Mermaid
  • Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Megara from Hercules
  • Jane Porter from Tarzan
  • Empress Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
  • Jessie from Toy Story 2
  • Queen Atta from A Bug's Life
  • Princess Dot from A Bug's Life
  • Ting-Ting, Su, and Mei from Mulan II
  • Kilala Reno from Kilala Princess
  • Princess Melody from The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
  • Jane Darling from Peter Pan II: Return to Neverland
  • Giselle from Enchanted
  • President Vanellope von Schweetz from Wreck-It Ralph
  • Sofia from Sofia the First
  • Princess Elena from Elena of Avalor
  • Star Butterfly from Star vs. the Forces of Evil
  • Princess Leia from Star Wars
  • Princess Eilonwy from The Black Cauldron
  • Princess Shuri from Black Panther
  • Mantis from Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Nebula from Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Nova Prime from Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Black Widow/Natasha Romanov from The Avengers
  • Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff from The Avengers
  • Captian Marvel/Carol Danvers from Captian Marvel
  • Pepper Potts-Stark/Rescue from The Avengers
  • The Wasp/Hope Van Dye from Ant-Man
  • Valkyrie from Thor: Ragnarok
  • Dr. Jane Foster from Thor
  • Padme Amidala Skywalker from Star Wars
  • Rey from Star Wars
  • Princess Anna & Queen Elsa from Frozen
  • Chief Moana from Moana
  • Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova from Anastasia
  • Gamora from Guradians of The Galaxy 
  • Shuri from Black Panther
  • Jan-Nin from Dragon Empire
  • Princess Sadé from Sadé
  • Princess Thumbelina from Thumbelina
  • Crysta from Ferngully: The Last Rainforest
  • Princess Clara from The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

Products that included them

Other Disney characters have guest starred alongside the fourteen above princesses in various Disney Princess products.

  • Disney Princess Dolls:
    • Disney Store Classic Dolls: Tinker Bell and Esmeralda are included.
    • Assorted Dolls: Alice, Wendy Darling, Tinker Bell, and Melody are included.
  • Disney Princess Fashion Figures: Minnie Mouse and Tinker Bell are included.
  • Princess Collection 2: Songs by Maid Marian, Nala, and Megara are included.
  • Disney Princess Sing-Along Songs - Once Upon a Dream: Sing along segments by Minnie Mouse, Megara, and Ting-Ting, Su, and Mei are included.
  • Disney Princess Sing-Along Songs Vol. 2 - Enchanted Tea Party: Sing along segments by Alice, Maid Marian, and Melody are included.
  • Disney Princess Sing-Along Songs Vol. 3 - Perfectly Princess: Sing along segments by Alice and Melody are included.
    • Disney Princess: "It's Not Just Make Believe" Music Video: Alice and Melody are included.
  • Disney Princess Magazines: Alice, Esmeralda, and Jane Porter appeared in magazines, and in the case of Jane, they came to be presented as new princesses for the franchise.
  • Once Upon a Princess: Volume 1: A storybook segment by Esmeralda is included.
  • My Princess Collection (books collection): Alice, Dot, Jessie, and Kida are included.[3]
  • Disney Princess Puzzle: Minnie Mouse is included.
  • Disney Princess: Journey to London: Megara and Esmeralda are included.
  • Dream Big, Princess (commercial series): Elena is featured in occasional commercials alongside the official line-up.
  • Guardians of the Galaxy: The TellTale Series: Mantis and Nebula appear. Nova Prime is briefly mentioned at the start of the first episode.
  • Marvel Heroes Omega: Natasha, Wanda, Carol, Hope, Mantis, and Nebula all appear as playable characters.

Non-Disney Princesses

Due to Disney's massive influence in the animation industry as a whole, several non-Disney movies have featured female protagonists that are directly influenced by Disney Princesses. These are not always princesses per se, but fall under most of the same visual and characterisation tropes, and as such as frequently mistaken for actual Disney characters. They are frequently referred to as "Non-Disney" Princesses in various outlets discussing animation.

  • Princess Irene from Budapest Films' The Princess and the Goblin was loosley based off the original fairytale in 1872. She is royal by birth. This Non-Disney Princess movie was considerd to be one of it's worst animated failures in history. It grossed 2.150 million at the box office.
  • Princess Odette from Richard Rich's The Swan Princess is an example of a classical princess in a 90's movie. Notably, as Disney owns the television rights for The Swan Princess and its sequels, she can technically be considered an actual Disney Princess. Royal by birth. The film was a flop at the box office. It grossed 9.7 million worldwide, including the U.S.
  • Kayley from Warner Brothers' Quest For Camelot was modeled directly after Belle, to the point that the movie character (otherwise loosely based on Lynette from the book The King's Damosel) has been accused of plagiarism. Not royal, though she displays acts of heroism. The film was also a critical and commercial failure at the box office. It grossed 38 million worldwide. Kayley is even considered to be a Disney rip off character since she has an identical resemblance to Belle.
  • While Universal Studios currently holds the film rights to the Pokemon series of games, which includes the upcoming Detective Pikachu, this does not appear to be the case with the famous, long-running animated series of the same name. Currently, Disney holds all television rights to Pokemon: The Series, which can technically make the show's female characters like Misty, May Maple, Dawn Berlitz, Iris, Serena, Bonnie, Lana, Mallow, and Lillie "Disney Princesses" since the majority of them have all appeared in animated Pokemon films. Although they can all be regarded as being "royal" by acts of heroism, they cannot join the line-up since they are all foreign creations, via, Nintendo.
  •  Amalthea from Rankin Bass' The Last Unicorn is a fairly Disney-like character who has a song. If Disney bught the rights to Rankin Bass, she still probably wouldn't become a princess because she's a unicorn, she is very miserable and her movie had too much violence and she was naked at one point (when she became human).
  • Princess Zeila from Italy's The Singing Princess is also Middle Eastern and looks kind of like Jasmine. She is a child.
  • Malta from Nihon Herald Eiga's The Sea Prince and Fire Child looks similar to Ariel and Snow White. If Disney owned the company, she wouldn't be a princess because she is a fairy but not human (she has blue skin) and she is naked. 
  • Chel from Dreamworks' The Road to El Dorado would be their second Hispanic princess if Disney owned the company. She would only be a princess by acts of heroism.
  • Daria from T'he Princess and the Pea would not be a princess, even if Disney owned her, because her movie was considered one of the worst cartoon movies ever. The background princesses Lillian, Leona and Svenja wouldn't be official because they are only background characters. 
  • Princesses Ella and Snow White from Berliner Film Companie's Happily N'Ever After and Happily N'Ever After 2 would not be official, because they are parodies and they are from movies that got negative reviews.

Formally Non-Disney

Disney has officially acquired the rights to all of 20th Century Fox's assets, the deal is expected to be finalized by January 1st, 2019.

  • Anastasia from Don Bluth's Anastasia is a notable example in that her movie was a box office success and is among the most frequently mistaken for a Disney character. She is royal by birth. However, she could join the lineup if Disney brand the Fox Animation Studios films as officially their properties.
  • Thumbelina, another Don Bluth creation, is modelled directly after Ariel and bears the same voice actress. Notably, test screenings have shown that audiences were more responsive to her when her movie had the Disney logo displayed. Royal by marriage. However, even if Thumbelina as a Disney property, she still can't be part of the official lineup due to it's massive failure at the box office.
  • Crysta is from the 1992 Fox Animated film, "Ferngully the Last Rainforest." The movie grossed 33.4 million worldwide and it was considered a financial commercial success, like Anastasia.

Elena of Avalor

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Elena is a sixteen year old Latin American princess. She is not an official Disney Princess because she came from a television series.


Sofia is the main protagonist of the movie Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess and the Disney
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Junior television series Sofia the First. Sofia is a little girl who came into royalty when her mother marries the King of Enchancia. She is voiced by Ariel Winter. Though she is affiliated with Disney Princess franchise in her own show, she is in no way planned to be in the official line-up. This is due to her being from a television show and for the fact that she is too young.

Queen Kida

​​​​​Kidagakash "Kida" Nedakh is the deuteragonist of Atlantis: The Lost Empire and it's direct-to-video sequel, Milo's Return, is a princess and later a queen of Atlantis. Because of her film's box office failure, she hasn't been inducted into the official lineup. She would have been the eldest princess due to her age being 28 in human years and would have also been the first one to become a queen on-screen. She is also considered to be a "forgotten" character by the programmers of Epic Mickey, making a cameo appearance with her mask.

Attina, Alana, Adella, Aquata, Arista, and Andrina


Ariel with her Sisters

Attina, Alana, Adella, Aquata, Arista, and Andrina are Ariel's older sisters. They are the daughters of King Triton and Queen Athena, which makes them the princesses of Atlantica. Ariel's sisters appear only briefly in The Little Mermaid and its sequel, but they each have a more prominent role in The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning, as well as the TV series spin-off. They are not official Disney Princesses because they aren't major characters.


Eilonwy (Eye-lon-wee) was first introduced as the main female protagonist in The Black Cauldron. Based on Eilonwy from the novels "The Book of Three" and "The Black Cauldron" by Lloyd Alexander. The movie was Disney's first PG-rated movie. Despite being a princess in her own movie, she never became a part of the official Disney Princess franchise. The reasoning was due to the fact that the movie rating was PG and mainly due to the film's lack of success and copyright issues. Being twelve years old, she would have been the youngest Disney Princess had she been inducted into the franchise.


Giselle is the main protagonist of the movie Enchanted and a former princess of the Kingdom, Andalasia. Inspired by Disney's own princess franchise. She is both portrayed and voiced by Amy Adams. Though her film was a success and she was initially intended to join the line-up, plans were dropped quickly when the company had realized that they would have to pay royalties to Amy Adams for using her likeness. Additionally, it is her friend, Nancy, who ends up marrying the Prince. If she were to join, Giselle would have been the first official princess to star in a film that was not part of the Disney animation canon.


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Megara (Meg) also more commonly referred to as Meg, is female tritagonist from Disney's Hercules. She is the love interest of Hercules and is voiced by Susan Egan. She was mainly inspired by the character of Megara from Greek mythology. During D23 Expo 2013, Meg was cited as a Disney Princess and Susan Egan was confirmed to be at the event, which led to rumors that she would be entered into the franchise. Unlike Esmerelda, Jane Porter and Tinker Bell who join the franchise and later removed, there hasn't been any evidence proved that she would join the lineup, she was more like a test princess, like Alice, however Disney didn't think she would fit for the franchise.


Melody is the main female protagonist in The Little Mermaid II. She is the daughter of Ariel and Eric and is the first Princess to have only appeared in a Disney sequel. She is not an official Disney Princess because her film was not theatrically released and also being introduced into a sequel.
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Nancy Tremaine

Nancy is a secondary character in the film Enchanted. Although she wasn't announced as a princess, she was the one who ended up

marrying Edward at the end of the film. She is not considered an official Disney Princess because due to being the secondary character in the film.

Ting-Ting, Su and Mei

Ting-Ting, Su and Mei are the daughters of the Emperor in Mulan II. They are not official Princesses because they were introduced into a sequel.


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Kiara is the daughter of Simba and Nala and also the main female protagonist in The Lion King II. She is not an official Disney Princess because she is a lion.


Kilala is the main protagonist of the manga series Kilala Princess. Most likely she is not a princess because she is a manga character and has never been in a film.

Kneesaa a Jari Kintaka

Kneesaa is a female Ewok who served as the princess of the Bright Tree Village, a daughter of Chief Chirpa and Ra-Lee, and also a younger sister to Asha. She later became the Chieftainess of the Bright Tree Village and Wicket Wystri Warrick's wife. Being a Star Wars character disqualifies her from the roster.

Leia Organa-Solo

Princess Leia is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. She is also a main protagonist in the original Star Wars trilogy and her position is less descriptive of her family status and more related to her being a figure of authority within the resistance against the Empire (and later she becomes part of the Republic), which disqualifies her from the roster.

Maid Marian

Maid Marian

Maid Marian is the main female protagonist in Robin Hood. She is the niece of King Richard, which means that she comes from a royal bloodline; however, she is not a princess because she is non-human and a fox.


Marianne is the female protagonist of Lucasfilm's Strange Magic. Despite being a princess, she is not a Disney Princess because she is a fairy and because of the negative critical reception and box office faillure of the aforementioned movie.


Nala is the main female protagonist in The Lion King and a secondary female protagonist in The Lion King II and The Lion King 1 1/2. She is Simba's love interest, and if she were a princess, she would have been the second princess to have children. However, she is not an official Disney Princess because she is a lion.

See Also


To see more screenshots of the Disney Princesses, see List of Disney Princesses/Gallery.


  • One of the unspoken rules of the franchise is that none of the Princesses ever make eye contact in any official merchandise, keeping their "mythologies" separate.
    • Gamora, Shuri and Carol are the only Disney Princesses to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is a series of live-action Disney films that are all canonically connected to one another.
    • However, Carol is expected to become the only Disney Princess to become a member of the Avengers team.
    • Anna and Elsa are also the only princesses to make eye contact in each other as well since they are biologically sisters and also they originate in the same film.
  • Going against the marketing strategy of the franchise, the princesses, along with Vanellope will interact with each other for the first time in [ Wreck It Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck It Ralph 2.
  • The reasoning for including Elsa, Anna, and Moana in the film's variation of the lineup was due to the filmmakers recognizing the unofficial princesses as princess characters that have the strongest association with the franchise, as well as sharing the connection of being from Walt Disney Animation with Vanellope.
  • At the 2018 New York Comic Con, Marvel Animation revealed that Gamora was a Disney Princess while discussing details about the second half of the third season of Guardians of the Galaxy: The Animated Series. The second half of the third season of this series will feature a storyline that is loosely based off the Brian Micheal-Bendis comic The Black Vortex.
  • Alternatively, the Princesses may fall into three categories based on their eras:
    • Walt Era (Golden Age/Classic Era) (1937-1966): Snow White, Cinderella, and Aurora.
    • Renaissance Era (1989-1999): Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Crysta, Anastasia, and Mulan.
    • Revival Era (2009-present): Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Vanellope, Anna, Elsa, Gamora, Moana, Shuri, Carol, Jan-Nin and Sadé.
  • Despite Crysta and Anya not being made by Disney, fans might as well consider the part of the Renaissance Era since Anastasia was made in 1997 while Ferngully was released in 1992.
  • Gamora can be regarded as being part of the Revival Era since her movie, though it's a live action film by Marvel Studios, was made in 2014.
  • Roy E. Disney was against the creation of the Disney Princess franchise, as he said, "Cinderella and Snow White could never be seen together because their stories take place in different times and places."
  • Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, and Belle are currently the only Princesses to not be voiced by the respective actresses from their original films.
  • As of the upcoming Ralph Breaks the Internet, Avengers: End Game, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3, Gamora will have appeared in more films than any other princess in the line-up.
  • Crysta and Carol are the only caucasian Disney Princesses who have no royal status like the others. (Mulan, Gamora and Moana)
  • Crysta, Mulan, Gamora, Moana, and Carol are the only princesses to be regarded as "national heroes" in Disney canon.
  • Mulan is a national hero to the people of China.
  • Gamora is considered to be a "national hero" to both the people of Xandar and the Nova Corps.
  • Moana is considered to be a "national hero" to Montinui when restoring the heart of Te Fiti.
  • Carol is thought to be "national hero" to the Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D.
  • Rapunzel was the first Disney Princess to have her film rated PG followed by Merida, Anna, Elsa and Moana while Gamora, Shuri and Carol are the only Disney Princesses to have their films be rated PG-13.
  • Cinderella, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Anna, Elsa, and Moana are the only Princesses whose antagonists weren't killed in their feature films, although Jafar does die in The Return of Jafar.
  • All of the Disney Princesses from non-European countries have male villains, while Belle, Crysta and Anastasia are the only 2D Caucasian Princesses to have male villians (all others are female) and Rapunzel is the only CGI Princess to have a female villain (all others are male).
  • Cinderella, Belle, Pocahontas, Mulan, Rapunzel, Anna and Elsa are the only Princesses who have antagonists that don't possess any supernatural ability.
  • The Disney Princesses created after Mulan did not appear in House of Mouse, since the show ended in 2003.
  • Only seven Disney Princesses have danced with their respective love interests: Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Tiana, Rapunzel, Anna, Anastasia and Gamora.
  • The first eight Princesses were once represented as elements on a periodic table at a candy store at Downtown Disney in Orlando, FL.
    • Snow White: S - sulfur
    • Cinderella: C - carbon
    • Aurora: Au - gold
    • Ariel: Ai - fictional
    • Belle: B - boron
    • Jasmine: J - jodium, former name of iodine
    • Pocahontas: P - phosphorous
    • Mulan: Ml - fictional
  • Jasmine was the first Disney Princess not to be originated from a European country.
  • Pocahontas, Tiana, and Carol are the only princesses to have originated from the United States.
  • Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Rapunzel, Gamora, Shuri, and Carol are the only princesses to have television series, However, Belle, is the only princess to have a live-action television series while others have animated television series.
  • Gamora is the only princess to have her own video game series (Guardians of the Galaxy: The TellTale Series).
  • Anna, Elsa, and Gamora are the only princesses to have animated Lego specials. Anna and Elsa's was Lego Frozen:The Northern Lights and Gamora's was Lego Guardians of the Galaxy: The Thanos Threat.
  • Aurora, Jasmine, Vanellope, Elsa and Shuri are the only princesses not to be protagonists in their featured films.
  • Aurora is the only princess to be the false protagonist, which makes "Flora, Fauna and Merryweather" (The Three Good Fairies) as the true protagonists of Sleeping Beauty.
  • Jasmine, Vanellope, Elsa and Shuri are the only Disney Princesses to be deutaragonists.
  • There are currently no princesses who are tritagonists.
  • Anastasia, Merida, Gamora, Shuri, and Carol are the only princesses not to have their films being made by Disney directly. Merida is from Pixar, Gamora, Shuri, and Carol are all from Marvel Studios and while Crysta and Anya are both from 20th Century Fox.
  • Merida, Vanellope, Gamora, and Shuri are the only princesses who's films are not musicals.
  • There are 17 caucasian princesses:
    • Snow White and Rapunzel are German
    • Cinderella, Aurora, and Belle are French
    • Ariel is Danish
    • Merida is Scottish
    • According to Sarah Silverman, it has been confirmed Vanellope is the first Jewish Disney Princess.
    • Anna and Elsa are Norwegian
    • Crysta is Austrailian
    • Anastasia is Russian
    • Carol is American
  • However, There are 10 non-caucasian princesses:
    • Jasmine is Arabian
      Saudi Arabia
    • Pocahontas is Native American
    • America
    • Mulan is Chinese
    • America
      Tiana is African-American
    • Polynesia
      Moana is Polynesian
    • Dominican Republic
    • Gamora can be regarded as Dominican for she's portrayed by Zoe Saldana
    • Jan-Nin is possibly Japanese
    • South Africa
      Shuri is South African
    • Sade is Nigerian
  • Mulan, Tiana, Anastasia and Gamora are the only princesses to kill their main antagonists in their films, however, both Mulan and Gamora combined have actually killed more people than any other Disney character.
  • Cinderella Tremaine, Anastasia Romanov, Fa Mulan, Vanellope Von Schweetz, Gamora Ben Titan-Quill, Moana Waikliki, Carol Danvers and Clara Stahlbaum are the only Disney Princesses to have a known last name.
  • Crysta and Carol are the only caucasian Disney Princesses who are not European descent. Crysta is Austrailian while Carol is American.
  • All the Disney Princesses are the main characters of at least one book or short story.
    • There were no Princesses created during the end of World War II and a while after (1942-1949), Disney's Dark Age (1967-1988) or even the Post-Renaissance (2000-2008) period.
  • Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Anna and Elsa are the only Princesses to have a change of title in their film from their intended titles. Tiana's was originally The Frog Princess, Rapunzel's was simply called Rapunzel, and Merida's was The Bear and the Bow, and Anna and Elsa's were "The Snow Queen."
  • Tiana was the first Disney Princess to have a public coronation at Disney Parks, who joined the lineup in March 2010, followed by Rapunzel who joined in October 2011, and Merida who entered the lineup on May 2013.
  • In Disney canon, each Disney princess is often associated with an element of nature:
  • Ariel-Water
  • Snow White-Darkness
  • Jasmine-Wind
  • Pocahontas-Wood
  • Mulan-Fire
  • Rapunzel-Sun
  • Gamora-Moon
  • Aurora-Magic
  • Merida-Heart
  • Elsa-Snow
  • Carol-Light
  • Shuri-Rain
  • Moana-Ocean
  • Anastasia-Winter
  • Anna-Summer
  • Belle-Autumn
  • Vanellope-Spring
  • Tiana-Sound
  • Cinderella-Stars

Physical Appearances

  • Snow White is the only Princess with naturally short hair, while Mulan cut hers and Eugene cut Rapunzel's hair.
  • Rapunzel is also the only princess who's hair changed to a different color, she had blonde hair by the sun's magic, but is naturally a brunette by genetics.
  • Gamora is the only princess to be a canon "alien", due to her green skin coloration.
  • In the comics, Gamora possesses different physical characteristics such as green hair and yellow patch-like tattoos over her eyes.
    • In the films, however, Gamora's physical characteristics consist of black hair with magenta highlight, with white scars on her face with yellow and purple eye markings.
    • In the TellTale game, however, she was given purple hair with pink highlights along with green eyes and yellow eye markings as a nod to her current comic book design in the Earth-616 narrative.
  • Merida is currently the only Disney Princess with curly hair.
  • Ariel, Pocahontas, Rapunzel and Moana are the only Disney Princesses with side parted hair.
  • Aurora, Belle, Anastasia, and Gamora are the only Disney Princesses to have wavy hair.
  • Anna and Elsa both are the only ones to be scene with braids.
  • Tiana and Vanellope are the only princesses who's hair is never scene loose in their films.
  • Hair and eye colors of the Disney Princesses:
    • Snow White and Vanellope are the only Caucasian Disney Princesses to have black hair while Snow White is the only one to have brown eyes.
    • With the exception of Vanellope who has hazel eyes and Crysta who has green eyes, All of the black haired princesses have brown eyes.
      • Snow White, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Vanellope, Crysta, Gamora, Shuri, Moana, Clara, Jan-Nin and Sade all have black hair.
      • Ariel and Merida have red hair.
      • Belle and Rapunzel have brown hair
      • Anna has ginger hair.
      • Cinderella has strawberry-blonde hair.
      • Aurora, Elsa, and Carol have blonde hair.
      • Anastasia has auburn hair.
    • With the exeption of Elsa and Carol who have blonde hair, All of the blue-eyed Disney Princesses have red or reddish hair. Cinderella has strawberry blonde hair, while Ariel and Merida have red hair, Anna has ginger hair and Anya has auburn hair.
      • Snow White, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Gamora, Moana, Shuri, Jan-Nin and Sade all have brown eyes.
      • Cinderella, Ariel, Merida, Anna, Elsa, Anastasia and Carol all have blue eyes.
      • Aurora has violet eyes.
      • Belle and Vanellope have hazel eyes.
      • Rapunzel and Crysta have green eyes.
  • Rapunzel is the first among the Disney Princesses to have green eyes, but she's also the third Disney Heroine after Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Crysta from Ferngully: The Last Rainforest to have green eyes.
  • Aurora is the only true blonde Princess. Rapunzel's a blonde by way of the sun's magic, but is a naturally a brunette by genetics, while Cinderella is a strawberry-blonde and Elsa is a platinum blonde.
  • Not counting Crysta (who has black hair), Belle and Rapunzel the only brunettes and both are the only ones to have eye colors that are shades of green — Belle has hazel eyes and Rapunzel has green eyes.
  • Snow White, Ariel and Belle were once considered to have blonde hair, but were later decided to have different colors of their hair, Snow White has black hair, Ariel has red hair, and Belle and brown hair.
  • Snow White, Belle, Pocahontas,Tiana, and Gamora all have darker hair than their princes
    • Tiana is the only Princess whose hair is never seen loose throughout her film.
    • None of the traditionally animated Disney Princesses have freckles.
    • Most of the Princesses have received their facial characteristics from their mothers:
      • Snow White: Hair (Father), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Cinderella: Hair (Neither), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother & Father).
      • Aurora: Hair (The Gift of Beauty), Eyes (The Gift of Beauty), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Ariel: Hair (Mother & Father), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Belle: Hair (Father), Eyes (Neither), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Jasmine: Hair (Mother), Eyes (Mother & Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Pocahontas: Hair (Mother & Father), Eyes (Mother & Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Mulan: Hair (Mother & Father), Eyes (Mother & Father), Facial Structure (Neither).
      • Tiana: Hair (Mother & Father), Eyes (Mother & Father), Facial Structure (Mother & Father).
      • Rapunzel: Hair (The sun's magic, but naturally Mother & Father), Eyes (Mother), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Merida: Hair (Father), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Anna and Elsa: Hair (Father), Eyes (Mother), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Gamora: Hair (Mother), Eyes (Mother), Facial Structure (Father).
      • Moana: Hair (Mother), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother &Father)
      • Anastasia: Hair (Father), Eyes (Mother), Facial Structure (Mother).
    • Mulan and Tiana are the only left-handed Disney Princesses.
    • Pocahontas, Vanellope, Anna, Elsa, Gamora, Moana, Anastasia, Carol, Jan-Nin and Sade are the only princesses who have not appeared in the Sofia: The First series.
    • The absence for Pocahontas and Anastasia could be that they are both based on real people. The same can be said with Gamora, Shuri, and Carol since they are all part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and their appearances would have likely caused some confusion over their current storylines in their respective film arcs.
    • Pocahontas, Tiana, Merida, Gamora, Moana, Anastasia, Jan-Nin and Sade are currently the only princesses who have not yet appeared in The Kingdom Hearts series. In cases of Rapunzel, Vanellope, Anna and Elsa, Disney has announced that they will be appearing in Kingdom Hearts III which would be releasing in January 2019.
    • Pocahontas, Mulan, Merida, Vanellope, Gamora, Moana and Anastasia are the only princesses not to be based off fairy tales (Snow White; Cinderella; Aurora from "Sleeping Beauty"; Ariel from "The Little Mermaid"; Belle from "Beauty and the Beast"; Jasmine from "Aladdin and the Magic Lamp"; Tiana from "The Frog Prince"; Rapunzel; and Anna and Elsa from "The Snow Queen").
      • Pocahontas, Mulan and Anastasia are the only princesses to be based off real people.
      • Merida and Moana are the only princesses to not be based on real life or literature.
      • Vanellope is the only princess to be based off an arcade game (Sugar Rush.)
      • Gamora, Shuri, and Carol are the only princesses to be based off Marvel comic books.
    • Not counting Anastasia, Tiana is the only traditionally animated Disney Princess in the Revival Era.
  • Cinderella, Aurora, Jasmine and Rapunzel are the only four Princesses to sing in a duet with their Princes.

Villain Deaths

  • Lady Tremaine, Governor Ratcliffe, Prince Hans, Thanos, Ayesha, and Tomotoa are the only main villains in the Disney Princess films not to die.
    • The Evil Queen falls off a cliff and is crushed by a boulder.
    • Maleficent is stabbed by Prince Phillip with the Sword of Truth and falls off a cliff.
    • Ursula is stabbed by Prince Eric with the bow of a sunken ship.
    • Gaston falls to his death from the roof of the castle.
    • Jafar is destroyed when Iago kicks his lamp into magma.
    • Shan Yu is blown up by Cri-Kee and Mushu with a rocket on the fireworks tower.
    • Doctor Facilier is dragged into hell by the voodoo demons after his talisman broke.
    • Mother Gothel ages into dust when Eugene cuts Rapunzel's hair, and falls out the tower.
    • Mor'du is crushed by a falling mehnir.
    • Ronan the Accuser is killed by the Power Stone.
    • Ego the Living Planet is turned into dust.
    • Erik Killmonger was killed during his final battle against T'Challa.

Near Death Experiences

Cinderella is the only princess who does not face a near experience unlike the others.

  • The Huntsman almost killed Snow White, but due to his kindness, he spared her life.
  • Maleficent placed a death curse upon Aurora, until Merryweather converted it into a deep sleep.
  • Ariel almost drowned after she was turned into a human by Ursula's magic, and was later nearly blasted by a giant Ursula wielding the trident.
  • Belle almost was killed by wolves, and later nearly drowned in a melted ice ground, until she was saved by the Beast both times.
  • Jasmine nearly suffocated to death until she was saved by Aladdin.
  • Pocahontas was almost killed by her father's staff when he attempted to execute John Smith because she stepped in the way to try to save him.
  • Mulan fell off a cliff, but managed to get herself pulled to safety.
  • Rapunzel almost drowned when she and Eugene were trapped in cave.
  • Tiana was almost captured and eaten by Cajun swamp-men who thought she and Prince Naveen were actual frogs.
  • Merida was almost eaten by Mor'du but was saved by Queen Elinor
  • Anna nearly froze to death due to an overload of Elsa's ice powers.
  • Anna is actually the only Princess to actually die but was revived by an Act of True Love.
  • Gamora was "sacrificed" by her step-father for the Soul Stone, but it was later revealed that she was trapped inside it.
  • Elsa was almost murdered by Hans.
  • Moana almost drowned while she was exploring the sea, then was almost eaten by Tomotoa and was nearly killed by Te Ka, both times saved by Maui.
  • Anastasia fell off a train and suffered amnesia.
  • Gamora nearly suffocated and froze to death in the vacuum of space after Nebula destroyed the space ship she was piloting. She was later saved by Peter Quill when he gave her his mask in order to help her breathe.
  • It is currently unknown if Shuri survived in Avengers Infinity War.

Animal Companions

In Disney canon, the princesses seem to have their very own animal companions that serve as their voices of reason in some way.

  • Snow White has the forest animals
  • Cinderella has the mice (Jacques, Gus, and Mary)
  • Aurora has her own forest animal companions
  • Ariel has Flounder, Scuttles, and Sabastian
  • Belle has Felippe, her and her father's horse.
  • Crysta has Batty, her Flying Fox companion.
  • Jasmine has Raja, her pet tiger as well as Abu and Iago.
  • Pocahontas has Meeko, Flit, and Percy
  • Anastasia has Pooka.
  • Mulan has Cri-Kee, Mushu, and Khan.
  • Tiana has Louis and Ray.
  • Rapunzel has Pascal and Maximus
  • Merida has Angus, her horse.
  • Anna and Elsa have Sven.
  • Gamora has Rocket Raccoon, who is also a member of the Guardians team.
  • Moana has Pua, and Hei Hei.
  • Carol has Goose, her pet cat (In the comics, his name was Chewie)
    • Vanellope and Shuri are the only princesses who do not have animal companions.

Love Interests

Of the 20 Disney Princesses who are part of the line-up, 14 of them have a canon partner.

  • Snow White is married to Prince Florian
  • Cinderella is married to Prince Charming
  • Aurora is married to Prince Phillip
  • Ariel is married to Prince Eric
  • Belle is married to Prince Adam, also known as The Beast.
  • Crysta's love interest is Zak.
  • Jasmine is married to Aladdin.
  • Pocahontas was formally in a relationship with John Smith.
  • Anastasia's love interest is Dimitri.
  • Mulan is married to Captian Shang Li.
  • Tiana is married to Naveen.
  • Rapunzel is married to Flynn Rider, also known as Eugene Fitzherbert.
  • Anna is in a relationship with Kristoff.
  • Gamora is rumored to be either engaged or married to Peter Quill as of Avengers: Infinity War.

Merida, Vanellope, Elsa, Moana, Shuri, and Carol are the only six princesses who do not have a canon partner.

Pocahontas and Anna are the only two princesses to have two love interests.

  • Pocahontas was formally with John Smith then later was with John Rolfe. Despite this, she is often paired with John Smith in Disney Princess merchandise as Rolfe is not credited as her love interest because he was first introduced into a sequel.
  • Anna formally had a romantic relationship with Hans then later fell in love with Kristoff while Hans betrayed her.


  • Vanellope is 12, so she's technically the youngest of the Disney Princesses.
  • Snow White is 14 which formally ranked her the youngest of the Disney Princesses.
  • Jasmine is 15, although she turned 16 in Aladdin and The King of Thieves.
  • Ariel, Crysta, Aurora, Mulan, Merida, Shuri, and Moana are 16.
  • Belle is 17.
  • Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Anna and Anastasia are 18, although Anna turned 19 in Frozen Fever.
  • Cinderella and Tiana are 19
  • Elsa is 21 which formally ranked her the oldest of the Disney Princesses
  • Carol is 23.
  • Gamora is 24 so she is technically the oldest Disney Princess in the lineup. As of Infinity War, she is now believed to be 28 years old.
  • Elsa, Gamora and Carol are the only Disney Princesses to not be canon teenagers in their respective films for all three of these women are in their twenties.


  • Snow White, Cinderella, Vanellope, Anna, Elsa, Gamora and Anastasia are all orphaned Princesses.
  • Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, and Pocahontas are the only ones who have only their fathers alive.
  • Tiana and Shuri are the only princesses who only have their mothers alive and to have only their fathers die.
  • Six of the fathers of Disney Princesses were widowers: the fathers of Snow White, Cinderella, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, and Pocahontas.
  • However, Aurora, Mulan, Rapunzel, Merida, and Moana are the only ones to have both of their parents alive.
  • Ariel, Merida, Anna and Anastasia are the only Princesses to have siblings―all the others are presumably only children.
    • Cinderella's unique in that she's an only child, but she has two stepsisters through her father's marriage to Lady Tremaine.
    • Jasmine, Mulan, and Rapunzel are the only Princesses to be seen with extended family: Jasmine with her cousin, Mulan with her grandmother, and Rapunzel with her aunt.
    • Have Yondu Udonta, Peter Quill's step-father, survived the events of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, Gamora would have lived on the Milano/Benatar with her future father-in-law. However, she does share the ship with Peter Quill's paternal half-sister Mantis, who just happens to be her sister-in-law and a fellow member of the Guardians team.
      • While it's unknown if Gamora ever had any biological siblings in Disney canon, she does have six step-siblings through her step-father Thanos-Step brothers Korath the Pursuer, Ebony Maw, Corvus Glaive, and Cull Obsidian and stepsisters Nebula and Proxima Midnight.
  • Snow White and Gamora are the only princesses whose fathers are never shown in their feature films.
  • Ariel is the only Disney Princess to become a mother. Other Princesses have had children in Once Upon a Time and Descendants, but neither of these are viewed as official Disney canon.
  • Out of all the Princesses, Pocahontas is the only one not to have her mother seen in any human form, though her spirit manifests as leaves.
    • Snow White's mother – rare stories have an image of her.
    • Cinderella's mother – in art with Cinderella as a child. She was also featured in her daughter's live-action remake.
    • Aurora's Queen mother – seen in the feature film, short features, and a few stories.
    • Ariel's mother – seen in the Little Mermaid prequel.
    • Belle's mother – seen in Once upon a Princess Vol. 2 and in a painting image that is featured in Maurice's Cottage at the Magic Kingdom park at Walt Disney World. She was also featured in her daughter's live-action remake.
    • Jasmine's mother – seen in Once upon a Princess Vol. 1.
    • Mulan's mother – seen in the feature film and the sequel.
    • Tiana's mother – seen in the feature film and short stories.
    • Rapunzel's mother – seen in the feature film and short.
    • Merida's mother – seen in the feature film
    • Anna and Elsa's mother - seen in the feature film
    • Gamora's mother-seen in Avengers: Infinity War and in Guardians of the Galaxy: The Animated Series
    • Moana's mother - seen in the feature film
    • Anastasia's mother - seen in the feature film

Inclusion in Japan and Other Countries

  • In Japan, only ten of the dozen princesses are considered official, (Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Rapunzel, Anna, Elsa, and Moana.) while the other members are officially excluded and rarely featured in merchandise or other material.
    • Interestingly, Jasmine and Moana are the only non-caucasian princesses as of Japan's consideration of the lineup.
    • However, in Russia, Anastasia is excluded and she has her own franchise used by the Fox name brand by the Disney Russian retailer. The same can be said for Gamora having her own franchise used by Marvel Studios in Russia.
    • Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, and Vanellope were excluded most likely because of their commercial failures in Japan and also it has been explained that many Japanese people have the obsession with western culture such as people having fair skin, blonde hair, blue eyes, etc. Snow White and Jasmine have black hair and brown eyes but were decided to be kept since in the United States are two of the original Disney Princesses.
    • Gamora is excluded in Japan because a lot of Japanese comic book fans regard her and Peter Quill more as members of the Avengers team despite only being members of the Guardians of the Galaxy team. However, this could be in part of the fact that she has teamed up with several members of the Avengers in both the comics and in the animated series. This can also be the reason why the Japanese Disney retailer only has Gamora paired with the film versions of the Avengers.
    • Merida is excluded because she was animated by Pixar, not Disney and yes Disney owns Pixar, Japan may have felt it was too unnecessary to include princesses who are from other animation studios, despite whether or not they are owned by Disney. This is exactly the same reasoning for Anastasia, Gamora, and Shuri.
    • Moana is included because, many Japanese people like Moana because of her act of heroism, etc. So they decided not to exclude Moana since she fits for the lineup.
    • Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Merida, Anna, and Elsa are all included in the line up in China, due to both the commercial and critical successes of their respective films in China. They are represented at the Enchanted Storybook Castle through a series of portraits and live stage productions that take place on a daily basis. Moana is also considered "official" in China as well, but she is not represented at Shanghai Disneyland.
  • Despite her film being live-action and have it not be directly made by Disney, Gamora is also included in China. This is because of the country's strong interest in comic book films and her own acts of heroism in the films. In addition, Guardians of the Galaxy and it's sequel were both critical and commercial successes in China.
  • Vanellope is excluded in China, due to her age in her first film.
  • Mulan is included in China, due to her film being a commercial success over there and it's cultural sensitivity to the nation. She is very well represented at Shanghai Disneyland.

Character Conflicts Involving Arguments and Conversations.

With the exceptions of Snow White, Cinderella, Belle, Pocahontas, Tiana, Vanellope, Jan-Nin and Sade all the Disney Princesses had either uncomfortable adolescent conversations or arguments with their parental authority figures which led to turning points in their lives.

  • Triton, whose argument with Ariel and eventual destruction of her collection drove her to Ursula and becoming human.
  • Aurora learning about her princesshood and betrothal led her to falling under Maleficent's spell, which led her to the spinning wheel.
  • Jasmine's conversation with the Sultan about getting married led her to run away.
  • Mulan had an argument with her father causing her to take his place as a soldier.
  • Rapunzel's belittling and orders not to leave the tower by Gothel leading her to leave the tower with Flynn and to her ensuing adventures.
  • Merida and her mother's heated argument resulting in near tragedy.
  • Anna and Elsa's argument leading to Elsa's accidental revelation of her powers, causing her to flee and accidentally "curse" Arendelle with an eternal winter.
  • Moana and her father's argument and then her grandmother's passing lead her to leave her home on her own.
  • Anastasia argues with Dimitri thought she was used to steal the money of the Empress, then the argument ended with her slapping Dimitri's face.
  • Gamora argued with Thanos over Nebula and the Soul Stone, which eventually, lead to her "death" in Avengers: Infinity War.


  • In the franchise: Cinderella, Aurora, and Belle wear ball gowns. Ariel wears a bouffant gown. Snow White and Merida wear their court dresses. Jasmine wears casual attire. Tiana is shown in her wedding gown. Rapunzel wears her peasant dress. Pocahontas and Mulan are seen in the ethnic clothing of their respective countries.
  • Snow White, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, and Merida wear their iconic dresses for a long time in their film.
    • Cinderella wore her light silvery-blue dress only at the ball.
    • Aurora used the pink version of her dress during the dance with Phillip.
    • Ariel wore the pink dress for dinner with Eric (Ariel's new sea green dress was designed for the redesign. She never actually wore the dress in the movie).
    • Belle wore her golden yellow dress twice when she danced with her love interest.
    • Mulan used her two iconic dresses only at the beginning of the movie.
    • Tiana wore her green dress for her first wedding with Naveen.
  • Gamora only wore her first iconic outfit in her first film and in the animated series.
  • Gamora wore her current main outfit in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout, and Avengers: Infinity War.
    • She only wore her first iconic outfit in her first film and in the animated series.
    • She is the only princess to wear a prison uniform in her first film.
    • In addition, Gamoa only wore her black dress, which is implied to have been given to her by the Nova Corps as a gift for saving Xandar, at the very end of the first film. She has yet to be seen wearing it again.
    • She is currently the only Disney Princess to have black as the main color scheme of her outfits.
    • However, when she was dancing with Peter on Ego's planet, she was wearing a rose-gold leather shirt, making her the first Disney Princess to wear anything that was of a rose-gold coloration.
    • Gamora only wears a body suit in the TellTale game as a nod to her comic book counterpart.
    • Gamora is also the only Disney Princess to carry a sword around her in both promotions and in her films.
  • Only eleven Princesses are actually seen wearing tiaras/royal crowns in their films (Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Elsa, Moana and Anastasia)
  • Although every Princess has worn a hair accessory of some kind.
  • Ariel, Jasmine and Moana are the only three Princesses to wear midriff-baring outfits (Ariel's case is her seashell bikini top, and Jasmine's and Moana's cases is are both iconic cropped off-shoulder tops).
  • Nine Princesses wear outfits with their shoulders visible (Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Tiana, Merida, and Gamora).
  • Interestingly, the three Disney Princesses that became royalty by marriage (Cinderella, Belle, and Tiana) all wore opera gloves and are the only Princesses to have done so.
  • Jasmine, Pocahontas, and Mulan as Middle Eastern, Native American, and Chinese ethnicities respectively, wear clothing and underpinnings appropriate to their time and place.
  • Cinderella, Ariel, Mulan, and Merida are shown in their undergarments at one point in their films.
  • Although Mulan is regarded as a "warrior", she is only depicted with a sword in some of her designer doll models.
  • Merida is often depicted carrying her bow and arrow around.
  • Cinderella, Ariel, Jasmine, Mulan, Tiana, and Rapunzel are the only Princesses to be seen wearing a wedding dress in their films.
    • Mulan and Tiana are the only Princesses to not wear the usual white wedding dress (Mulan's is red and Tiana's is green).
    • Cinderella, Jasmine, and Mulan are the only Princesses that are seen wearing wedding dresses in their respective sequels.
    • Tiana is the only Princess to have two wedding dresses.
  • The Princesses' designs have changed over the years. Originally they simply wore their plain outfits, then, they were redesigned with a new pose, and a tiara. Notably, Aurora, Tiana, and Rapunzel's tiaras remain the same with the addition of more jewels. Later the crowns were modified to match the dresses with capes and jewels added. As time passed the gowns grew gaudier, recolored gold (Ariel was sometimes shown with a gold tail), and drawn with sparkles, metallic finishes, and now with more modernized fashions. During holidays, their dresses change into the holiday's theme.
    • Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, and Jasmine are the only Princesses to be featured in the Golden Disney Princess franchise.
    • All Princesses were featured in the Jeweled Disney Princess franchise, except for Pocahontas, Anastasia, Rapunzel, Merida, Anna, Elsa, Gamora, and Moana.
  • Jasmine, Mulan, and Tiana are the only Princesses who sleep in two-piece separate pajama tops and pants. All others wear nightgowns to bed.
  • All Princesses wore an accessory or outfit in the color blue or in a shade of bluish color.
  • With the exception of Snow White, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Tiana, and Merida, princesses wear an outfit of the color pink.


  • Aurora, and Elsa remain the tallest Disney Princesses.
  • However, Crysta remains the shortest of the princesses.
  • Snow White: 5'2"
  • Cinderella: 5'5"
  • Aurora and Elsa: 5'9"
  • Ariel and Moana: 5'4"
  • Belle: 5'5"
  • Jasmine: 5'1"
  • Pocahontas and Tiana: 5'8"
  • Mulan, Anna and Anastasia: 5'6" (In real life Anastasia was 5'2)
  • Rapunzel and Merida: 5'8"
  • Gamora and Carol: 5'7" (In the comics, Gamora was 6")
  • Vanellope: Presumbly 3'0"
  • Crysta: 5-8 inches (possibly)


Each Princess have their own songs sung in their respectful films.

  • Snow White: I'm Wishing, Whistle While You Work, Someday My Prince Will Come
  • Cinderella: Sweet Nightingale, A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes, So This is Love
  • Aurora: I Wonder, Once Upon A Dream
  • Ariel: Part of Your World + Reprise
  • Belle: Little Town/I Want Much More Than This Provincial Life, Something There
  • Jasmine: A Whole New World
  • Pocahontas: Just Around The Riverbend, Colors of the Wind
  • Anastastia: Journey to the Past, Once Upon A December
  • Mulan: Reflection
  • Tiana: Almost There + Reprise, Down in New Orleans (Reprise)
  • Rapunzel: When Will My Life Begin + Reprise, I See The Light
  • Merida: Touch the Sky
  • Anna: For The First Time In Forever + Reprise
  • Elsa: For The First Time in Forever + Reprise, Let it Go
  • Moana: How Far I'll Go + Reprise, I Am Moana, Know Who You Are

Mulan, Elsa and Moana are the only Princesses to have pop versions of there songs and also to be sung by different artists.

Merida , Gamora and Carol are the only princesses that do not sing in their movies. However, Merida's song Touch the Sky is considered her main song, however it is sung off screen not by Merida herself.

Box Office results

All of the Disney Princess movies have been considered box office successes in the United States, however, some may have bombed in other countries: Black Panther is the highest grossing Disney Princess film while Ferngully: The Last Rainforest is the lowest grossing film.

  • Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs: 418 million
  • Cinderella: 263.6 million
  • Sleeping Beauty: 51.4 million
  • The Little Mermaid: 211.3 million
  • Beauty and the Beast: 425 million
  • Ferngully: The Last Rainforest: 33.4 million
  • Aladdin: 504.1 million
  • Pocahontas: 346.1 million
  • Anastasia: 140 million
  • Mulan: 304.3 million
  • The Princess and the Frog: 267 million
  • Tangled: 591 million
  • Brave: 540 million
  • Wreck it Ralph: 471.2 million
  • Frozen: 1.2 billion
  • Guardians of the Galaxy: 773.3 million
  • Moana: 643.3 million
  • Black Panther: 1.344 billion
  • Captain Marvel: TBA

Live Action Remakes

  • Maleficent: 758.5 million
  • Cinderella: 543.5 million
  • Beauty and the Beast: 1.264 billion
  • Aladdin: TBA
  • The Little Mermaid: TBA
  • Anastasia: TBA
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: TBA


  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2: 863.8 million
  • Avengers: Infinity War: 2.047 billion
  • Ralph Breaks the Internet: TBA
  • Avengers: End Game: TBA
  • Frozen 2: TBA
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3: TBA


  • In their redesigns, they're made to look roughly the same age and height.
  • Pocahontas is the only Disney Princess to have no glitter on her redesign since it is replaced by jewels.
    • Due to controversy, Merida's redesign received a second version without sparkles. She is alternately shown in her version with glitter and without.
  • Ariel and Mulan are the only Princesses to have their own dresses in their redesigns. The others wore redesigned versions of the iconic dresses from their respective films.
  • Tiana, Rapunzel, and Merida are the only Princesses with the least redesign updates, having only sparkles on their gowns.
  • In early promotions of the redesigns, Ariel's dress was pink instead of green and Mulan's dress was more reddish with sparkles. Snow White's sleeves were transparent. Cinderella was the only Princess with more than one photo of her in her redesign. Jasmine's top is ripped instead of the redesigned top. Aurora had a long sash on her hips instead of the triangular cutouts. Belle had sleeves that were covering her shoulders instead of revealing them.

Disney Princesses in Once Upon a Time

Some of the Disney Princesses have appeared in the ABC series Once Upon a Time, with the series centering on Emma Swan, the daughter of Snow White who has to break a curse. The ABC Studios is owned by Disney, and therefore they have rights to the Princesses. Snow White, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Mulan, Tiana, and Merida have all appeared on the show. The series has also featured two different versions of Cinderella and Rapunzel. Pocahontas, Moana, Elena, Anastasia, Shuri and Gamora are the only Princessces not to be featured in the series.

Six of the Princesses (Snow White, the Enchanted Forest Cinderella, Aurora, Belle, Mulan, and Merida) are all associated with Red Riding Hood in Storybrooke with their Storybrooke counterparts, respectively and ten (Snow White, the Magical Forest Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, the Enchanted Forest Rapunzel, Merida, Jasmine, Tiana, and the Magical Forest Rapunzel) are associated with the Evil Queen in Storybrooke, Hyperion Heights or in the flashbacks.

Some of the Princesses meet each other in Once Upon a Time: Snow White met the Enchanted Forest Cinderella, Aurora, Mulan, Belle, Ariel, the Enchanted Forest Rapunzel, Merida, Jasmine, the Magical Forest Cinderella, and Tiana. The Enchanted Forest Cinderella met Snow White and Aurora. The Magical Forest Cinderella met the Magical Forest Rapunzel, Tiana, and Snow White. Aurora met Mulan, Snow White, Belle, and the Enchanted Forest Cinderella. Ariel met Snow White, Belle, and Jasmine. Belle met Snow White, Mulan, Ariel, Aurora, the Enchanted Forest Rapunzel, Merida, and Jasmine. Jasmine met Snow White, Belle, and Ariel. Mulan met Aurora, Snow White, Belle, and Merida. Tiana met the Magical Forest Cinderella, the Magical Forest Rapunzel, and Snow White. The Enchanted Forest Rapunzel met Snow White and Belle. The Magical Forest Rapunzel met the Magical Forest Cinderella and Tiana. Merida met Snow White, Belle, and Mulan. Snow White, Belle, the Magical Forest Cinderella, the Magical Forest Rapunzel, and Tiana are main characters in at least one season. Aurora, Mulan, Ariel, Merida, and Jasmine are secondary, recurring characters while the Enchanted Forest Cinderella and the Enchanted Forest Rapunzel are small, rather unimportant characters in the series, who have appeared in just a couple of episodes.

Snow White and Belle are the only Princess to appear in all seven seasons. Snow White, the Enchanted Forest Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, and Merida are the only Princesses who appear in Storybrooke. Under the first Curse, the Princesses had different names in Storybrooke. Snow White was called Mary Margaret Blanchard (which remained her name), the Enchanted Forest Cinderella was known as Ashley Boyd and Belle was named Lacey. At her arrival from the Land of Untold Stories, Jasmine went by the name Shirin. Snow White, Aurora, Merida and Tiana are the only Princesses to become queens on the show. Snow White, the Enchanted Forest and Magical Forest Cinderellas, Aurora, Belle, and the Magical Forest Rapunzel are the only Princesses to become mothers on the show.

Merida is the only Princess to have her story in the show taking place after her respective film (Brave). Belle and both the Enchanted Forest Rapunzel and the Magical Forest Rapunzel are the only Princesses whom their Prince is a different character (Rumplestiltskin for Belle, the Enchanted Forest Rapunzel doesn't end up with a prince, but the latter nevertheless was saved from her tower by Prince Charming, the Magical Forest Rapunzel's husband is a peasant man named Marcus Tremaine). The Magical Forest Cinderella, Mulan, Tiana, and both the Enchanted Forest Rapunzel and the Magical Forest Rapunzel are the only Princesses who don't appear in Storybrooke. Mulan, and both the Enchanted Forest Rapunzel and the Magical Forest Rapunzel are also the only Princesses whom their respective Princes (Li Shang and Flynn Ryder) don't appear on the show. Mulan is the only Princess to not have her antagonist, Shan Yu, appear in the series. Both the Enchanted Forest Rapunzel and the Magical Forest Rapunzel are the only Princesses who are not associated with Emma Swan.

Pocahontas is the only Princess who did not appear on the show, nor did she appear in its spin-off. Alice, Wendy Darling, Tinker Bell, Maid Marian, and Megara are the only unofficial Princesses who appear on the show.

Ariel is the only Princess who never met with her villains, despite her villains appearing on the show. However, she knows Ursula by reputation. The Enchanted Forest Cinderella is the only Princess who appeared in the spin-off series, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

The Magical Forest Cinderella, Tiana, and the Magical Forest Rapunzel are the only Princesses associated with the Hyperion Heights neighborhood. Belle and the Magical Forest Rapunzel are the only Princesses to die (not including the Wish Realm Snow White who was killed by the Evil Queen). Since the Magical Forest Rapunzel is also Lady Tremaine, this makes Rapunzel the only Princess to play an antagonist.

From Princess to Queen

Only some of 19 Princesses will be crowned as Queen in the future, either a Queen Regnant, who is ruling by her own right, or a Queen Consort, who is the wife of a ruling King.

  • Snow White: As the only daughter of the late King, she inherits the throne upon her stepmother's death, becoming Queen Regnant of the Kingdom. Her husband, the Prince, then stays as a prince, until he becomes King of his own land. It is possible that his father is the Sovereign Prince of a Principality (not a King), or that the Prince is not even the firstborn, and might never inherit the throne. If the prince is the heir to the throne and his father dies or abdicates, then Snow White and the prince will become co-rulers.
  • Cinderella will only be Queen Consort following the death or abdication of Prince Charming's father, the King.
  • Aurora: Upon the death of her father, King Stefan, Aurora will become Queen Regnant of her Kingdom and place Phillip as the Prince Consort, a similar position to modern day HRH Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh. Upon the death of King Hubert, Prince Phillip will become King of his Kingdom, while Aurora becomes his Queen Consort. When both King Stefan and King Hubert are dead, Aurora will become Co-Queen, and Phillip will become Co-King, jointly ruling the two realms. Their heir will inherit both crowns upon their deaths, creating a personal union. If Phillip dies before Aurora, then Aurora stays Queen Regnant of her own realm, and will also be Queen Dowager (widow of a king). If her heir is not yet of age, a Queen Regent (acting Queen until the heir's age of majority/coronation). If she chooses to abdicate upon her heir's coronation, the heir will become the King/Queen of a personal union and Aurora will then be a Queen Mother (mother to the reigning Monarch). A personal union is a union of two or more realms that shared the same monarch, like modern day Commonwealth.
  • Ariel is the Princess Consort of Eric's Sovereign Principality in her movie's sequel, and since she is seventh in line to the Throne of Atlantica and now lives on land (and will be placed lower in line of succession if her sisters have children of their own), she won't be Queen Regnant of Atlantica.
  • Belle will not be Queen since the Beast is only a Sovereign Prince of his Principality, not of a Kingdom.
  • Crysta will not become queen as she has no royal status.
  • Jasmine will only be considered as the Sultan's wife as Aladdin will rise to the Sultan's throne due to the Arabic traditions of male leaders.
  • Pocahontas' father, Powhatan, is elected as chief, not crowned through inheritance, and Pocahontas cannot be elected chief due to tribal traditions of male leaders.
  • Anastasia will not become queen, due to royal titles being affected by the death of her family.
  • Mulan will not become queen at all since she has no royal ties.
  • Tiana won't be Queen Consort since Naveen is cut off from the Maldonian line of succession by his parents.
  • Rapunzel will be Queen of Corona when her parents die/abdicate, and Eugene will be her Consort
  • Merida either will be or not be Queen of DunBroch, since she has brothers, in which usually younger brothers surpass their older sisters in line of successions, but it depends on DunBroch's law.
  • Vanellope became President of Sugar Rush.
  • Anna will become Queen of Arendelle if Elsa dies or abdicates without an heir of her own to succeed her. If she is married to Kristoff at the time, he takes the title of Lord Consort. If Elsa has children of her own, Anna will be placed lower in Arendelle's line of succession.
  • Elsa is Queen of Arendelle after the death of her parents.
  • Gamora will not become queen due to her love interest, Peter Quill's royal title as "Prince of Spartax" from the comics being disregarded from Disney canon. If Gamora marries, or, is already married to Peter Quill, she will only be known as a captain's wife for Quill himself is the captain of their ship. Historically, a captain's wife was only able to seek a career that involved running a merchant's vessel was through either marrying a captain or being a captain's daughter. In addition, the only way a captain's wife was able to learn the art of navigation was either through a girl's finishing school, her father, her husband or through one of their fellow shipmates. However, there are a number of historical accounts that describe how captains enabled their wives to assist them through navigation and running the overall ship by taking on a parental role among the crew. If this is the case with Gamora in Disney canon, then, this would make her the first Disney Princess to be known as a captain's wife. It's also unknown if Gamora was ever a royal before meeting Thanos, but there are fan theories that suggest that her biological father may have been a Nova Prime of her homeworld.
  • Moana becomes the new chief of her people after saving her island and restores wayfinding.
  • Shuri is now believed to be the new Black Panther of Wakanda as of Avengers: Infinity War since T"Challa died during Thanos' snap.
  • It's believed that Carol will replace both Steve Rogers and Tony Stark as a leader of the Avengers.

Disney Infinity

Only nine of the eighteen princesses have appeared as playable characters in the game series. These Princesses are Jasmine, Mulan, Gamora, Rapunzel, Merida, Vanellope, Anna, Elsa and Moana.

Disney Emoji Blitz

Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Gamora, Jasmine, Mulan, Rapunzel, Pocahontas, Tiana, Merida, Anna, Elsa and Moana are all playable characters in Disney Emoji Blitz.

  • However, Anastasia, Jan-Nin and Sade are the only princesses not to appear in that game.


M.U.G.E.N is a fighting match game, however this was not created by Disney even though there are Disney characters in that game. Ariel, Jasmine, Merida, Anna and Elsa are currently the only five Disney Princesses to be playable characters which was why this reference was put here.

  • Megara and Tinker Bell are also playable, but they are not viewed as official members of the Disney Princesses.

Live Action Remakes

Cinderella, Aurora and Belle are currently the only princesses to have live action remakes of their animated movies.

  • Maleificent (2014)
  • Cinderella (2015)
  • Beauty and the Beast (2017)


  • Anastasia (2018)
  • Aladdin (2019)
  • Mulan (2020)
  • The Little Mermaid (TBA)
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (TBA)

These are the current princesses who have not yet had official confirmation of live action remakes of their animated films: Crysta, Pocahontas, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Anna, Elsa, Moana and Jan-Nin.

  • Gamora, Shuri, and Carol Danvers are currently the only princesses who were first introduced in live-action Disney films, via, Marvel Studios' Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Black Panther (2018) and Captain Marvel (2019). However, Sade is also expected to join the lineup some point in the 2020s, which will make her the fourth live-action character in the franchise, and the first one in Walt Disney Canon unlike Gamora, Shuri and Carol who are from Marvel Studios films.

Aurora is the only Disney Princess to have a sequel to her live action remake.

Disney Character Voices International Dubbing

Disney Character Voices International Inc. is a corporate division of The Walt Disney Company with primary responsibility for the provision of translation and dubbing services for all Disney productions including those by Walt Disney Studios Motion PicturesDisney Music Group and Disney-ABC International Television.

Disney's productions officially appear in the following global languages after the original English language:

List of Official Languages

  • Arabic
  • Bulgarian
  • Catalan
  • Chinese (Cantonese-Hong Kong)
  • Chinese (Mandarin-Taiwan)
  • Chinese (Mandarin-Mainland China)
  • Croatian
  • Czech
  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • Estonian
  • Finnish
  • Flemish (Belgian Dutch)
  • French
  • French (Canadian)
  • German
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Hindi
  • Hungarian
  • Icelandic
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Kazakh
  • Korean
  • Latvian
  • Lithuanian
  • Norwegian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese (Portugal)
  • Portuguese (Brazilian)
  • Romanian
  • Russian
  • Serbian
  • Slovak
  • Slovene
  • Spanish (Castilian)
  • Spanish (Latin American)
  • Swedish
  • Thai
  • Turkish
  • Ukrainian
  • Vietnamese


  • Albanian
  • Armenian
  • Karachay-Balkar
  • Persian/Farsi
  • Dari

Snow White, Ariel, Anna and Elsa are the only princesses who had languages dubbed more than once due to how poorly it was at first.

List of dubbings of Disney Princess films

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

  1. Albanian (2000)  Julka Gramo (speaking) & Adrianna Caselotti (singing – original version)
  2. Albanian (2005)   Esmeralda Kame (speaking) & Eltina Minarolli (singing)
  3. Arabic (1975) Fatima Mazhar / فاطمة مظهر (speaking) & Ratiba El-Hefny / رتيبة الحفنى (singing)
  4. Arabic TV (2013)  Noha Qais / نهى قيس (speaking & singing)
  5. Brazilian Portuguese (1938) Dalva de Oliveira (speaking) & Maria Clara Tati Jacome (singing)
  6. Brazilian Portuguese (1964)  Maria Alice Barreto (speaking) & Cybele Freire (singing)
  7. Bulgarian (2001) Ventsislava Stoilova / Венцислава Стоилова (speaking & singing)
  8. Cantonese (1995) : Lam Si-Chung / 林思聰 (speaking) & Chui ​Wai / 徐慧 (singing)
  9. Castilian (2001) : Mar Bordallo (speaking) & Yolanda de las Heras (singing)
  10. Croatian (2009) : Hana Hegedušić (speaking & singing)
  11. Crimean Tatar TV (20??) : ? (speaking) & Adrianna Caselotti (singing – original version)
  12. Czech 1938 : Ella Rixová (speaking & singing)
  13. Czech 1970 : Klára Jerneková (speaking) & Marie Sikulová (singing)
  14. Danish 1938 : Annie Jessen (speaking & singing)
  15. Danish 1980 : Tove Hyldgaard (speaking & singing)
  16. Dutch 1938 : Cecilia Bach (speaking) & Frieda van Hessen (singing)
  17. Dutch 1984/1992 : Bernadette Kraakman (speaking & singing / same dubbing)
  18. English (1937) : Adriana Caselotti (speaking & singing)
  19. Finnish 1962 : Eeva-Kaarina Volanen (speaking) & Tatiana Angelini (singing - original Swedish version)
  20. Finnish 1982 : Jaana Oravisto (speaking) & Johanna Nurmimaa (singing)
  21. Finnish 1994 : Riikka Väyrynen (speaking) & Kukka-Maaria Ahonen (singing)
  22. French 1938 : Christiane Tourneur (speaking) & Beatrice Hagen (singing)
  23. French 1962 : Lucie Dolène (speaking & singing)
  24. French 2001 : Valérie Siclay (speaking) & Rachel Pignot (singing)
  25. German 1938 : Hortense Raky (speaking) & ? (singing)
  26. German 1966 : Uschi Wolff (speaking) & Susanne Tremper (singing)
  27. German 1994 : Manja Doering (speaking) & Alexandra Wilcke (singing)
  28. Greek (1974) : Matína Karrá / Ματίνα Καρρά (speaking) & Mítsa Roúti / Μήτσα Ρούτη (singing)
  29. Hebrew (1992) : Orit Yaron / אורית ירון (speaking) & Limor Shapira / לימור שפירא (singing)
  30. Hindi (2005) : Marianne D'Cruz Aiman / मैरियन डी'क्रूज़ (speaking & singing)
  31. Hungarian 1962 : Váradi Hédi (speaking) & Házy Erzsébet (singing)
  32. Hungarian 2001 : Oroszlán Szonja (speaking & singing)
  33. Icelandic (2001) : Vigdís Hrefna Pálsdóttir (speaking & singing)
  34. Indonesian (2013) : Apriliana Suci Ariesta (speaking) & ? (singing)
  35. Italian 1938 : Rosetta Calavetta (speaking) & Lina Pagliughi (singing)
  36. Italian 1972 : Melina Martello (speaking) & Gianna Spagnuolo (singing)
  37. Japanese 1957 : Tomizawa ​Shima / 富沢志満 (speaking & singing)
  38. Japanese 1980 (official dub) : Kobato Kurumi / 小鳩くるみ | real name : Washizu Natsue / 鷲津名都江 (speaking & singing)
  39. Kazakh (2015) : ?
  40. Korean (1994) : Kim Su-Gyeong / 김수경 (speaking) & Lee Yun-Sun / 이윤선 (singing)
  41. Latin Spanish 1938 : Thelma Hubbard (speaking) & Diana Castillo (singing)
  42. Latin Spanish 1964 : Amparo Garrido (speaking) & Lupita Pérez Arias (singing)
  43. Latin Spanish 2001 : Maggie Vera + Alicia Diana Santos (speaking) & Vikina Michel (singing)
  44. Malay (????) : ? (speaking) & Suki Low | [real name: Low Sook Yee / Liú Shūyú / 劉紓妤] (singing)
  45. Mandarin (????) : Lǐ Zhí-Píng / 李直平 (speaking) & Chén Xiù-Zhū / 陈秀珠 (singing)
  46. Norwegian (1983) : Unn Vibeke Hol (speaking) & Anne Lise Gjøstøl​ (singing)
  47. Norwegian (1994) : Unn Vibeke Hol (speaking) & Anne Aartun (singing)
  48. Persian (????) [Glory studio] : Sima Rastgaran / سیما رستگاران (speaking) & Adrianna Caselotti (singing – original version)
  49. Polish 1938 : Maria Modzelewska (speaking & singing)
  50. Polish 2009 : Edyta Krzemień (speaking & singing)
  51. Portuguese (2001) : Sandra de Castro (speaking & singing)
  52. Putonghua TV (2009) : Wú Xiǎo-Lěi / 吴晓蕾​ (speaking) & Chén Xiù-Zhū / 陈秀珠 (singing - official Taiwan Mandarin version)
  53. Romanian (2009) : Mediana Vlad (speaking & singing)
  54. Russian (2001) : Evgenia Igumnova / Евгения Игумнова (speaking) & Elena Ushakova / Елена Ушакова (singing)
  55. Serbian (2019) : ?
  56. Slovak (1970) : Darina Chmurová (speaking) & C. Levaiová (singing)
  57. Swedish 1938 : Tatiana Angelini (speaking & singing)
  58. Swedish 1982 : Anna-Lotta Larsson (speaking & singing)
  59. Tamil (????) : ?
  60. Telugu (????) : ?
  61. Thai (1st dub) : ?
  62. Thai (2nd dub) : Netnapa Hanrojanawut / เนตรนภา หาญโรจนวุฒิ (speaking) & Chairat Phitakcharoen / ใจรัตน์ พิทักษ์เจริญ (singing)​
  63. Turkish (2009) : Aliye Mutlu (speaking & singing)
  64. Ukrainian (2010) : Anzhelika Savchenko / Анжеліка Савченко (speaking & singing)


  1. Albanian (2002) : Anila Muçaj (speaking) & Odeta Katundi (singing)
  2. Albanian (2015) : Anisa Dervishi (speaking) & Maria Cristina Brancucci (singing - Italian 1967 version)
  3. Arabic (1998) : Rula Zaki / رولا زكي (speaking & singing)
  4. Arabic TV (2014) : Sarah Al-Jawhari / ساره الجوهري (speaking & singing)
  5. Bengali TV (????) : ?
  6. Brazilian (1950) : Simone de Morais (speaking & singing)
  7. Bulgarian (2005) : Petya Abadzhieva / Петя Абаджиева (speaking) & Neli Andreeva / Нели Андреева (singing)
  8. Cantonese (1996) : ?
  9. Castilian (1997) : Yolanda Mateos (speaking) & Cani González (singing)
  10. Croatian (2005) : Jasna Palić-Picukarić (speaking) & Mima Čulina (singing)
  11. Czech 1970 : Klára Jerneková (speaking) & Marie Sikulová (singing)
  12. Czech 2005 : Tereza Chudobová (speaking) & Štepánka Heřmánková (singing)
  13. Danish (1950) : Lise Ringheim (speaking & singing)
  14. Dutch 1950 : Loekie Landwehr (speaking & singing) [wikipedia]
  15. Dutch 1990 : Joke de Kruijf (speaking & singing)
  16. English (1950) : Ilene Woods (speaking & singing)
  17. Finnish 1967 : Ritva Lehtelä (speaking & singing)
  18. Finnish 1992 : Anna Kuoppamäki (speaking & singing)
  19. French 1950 : Paule Marsay (speaking) & Paulette Rollin (singing)
  20. French 1991 : Dominique Poulain (speaking & singing)
  21. German (1950) : Eva-Ingeborg Scholz (speaking & singing)
  22. Greek (1998) : Áriel Konstantinídi / Άριελ Κωνσταντινίδη (speaking) & Ánna Róssi / Άννα Ρόσση (singing)
  23. Hebrew (1991) : Tal Amir / טל אמיר (speaking & singing)
  24. Hindi (2005) : ? (speaking) & Shruti Rane / श्रुति राणे​ (singing)
  25. Hungarian (1958) : Pap Éva (speaking & singing) + Tiboldy Mária (singing - "So This Is Love") (?)*
  26. Icelandic (1998) : Vigdís Pálsdóttir (speaking + singing A Dream Is A Wish | Part 1) & Þórunn Lárusdóttir (singing A Dream Is A Wish | Part 2 + other songs)
  27. Indonesian (2013) : Tisa Julianti (speaking & singing)
  28. Italian 1950 : Giuliana Maroni (speaking & singing)
  29. Italian 1967 : Fiorella Betti (speaking) & Maria Cristina Brancucci (singing)
  30. Japanese 1961 : Tomizawa Shima / 富沢志満 (speaking & singing)
  31. Japanese 1992 (dub in use) : Suzuki Yoriko / 鈴木より子 (speaking & singing)
  32. Japanese 2007 (sekai meisaku anime studio) : Tsutai Megumi / つたいめぐみ (speaking & singing)
  33. Kazakh (2015) : Aynur Bermukhambetova / Айнұр Бермұхамбетова (speaking & singing)
  34. Korean (1998) : Seo Hye-Jeong / 서혜정 (speaking) & Lee Mi-Ra / 이미라 (singing)
  35. Latin Spanish 1950 : Evangelina Elizondo (speaking & singing)
  36. Latin Spanish 1997 : Natalia Sosa (speaking & singing)
  37. Malay (????) : Nurul Izzati binti Saad (speaking & ?)
  38. Mandarin (1991/92) : Wáng Huá-Yí / 王華怡 (speaking) & Ariel Sung / Sòng Wén / 宋文 (singing)
  39. Norwegian (1992) : Edle Stray Pedersen (speaking & singing)
  40. Persian TV (????) : Zohreh Shokoufandeh / زهره شکوفنده (speaking) & Ilene Woods (singing – original version)
  41. Polish 1961 : Maria Ciesielska (speaking) & Irena Santor (singing)
  42. Polish 2012 : Angelika Kurowska (speaking) & Weronika Bochat (singing)
  43. Putonghua TV (2010) : Bái Xuě / 白雪​ (?) (speaking) & ? (singing)
  44. Portuguese (2005) : Sandra de Castro (speaking & singing)
  45. Romanian (2010) : Carmen Palcu (speaking) & Mediana Vlad (singing)
  46. Russian (2005) : Tat'yana Rodionova / Татьяна Родионова (speaking) & Elena Galitskaya / Елена Галицкая (singing)
  47. Serbian (2012) : Jelena Petrović / Јелена Петровић (speaking) & Irina Milovanović / Ирина Миловановић (singing)​
  48. Slovak 1970 : Darina Chmúrová (speaking) & B. Čupková (singing)
  49. Slovak 2012 : Monika Hilmerová (speaking & singing)
  50. Swedish 1950 : Tatjana Angelini (speaking & singing)
  51. Swedish 1967 : Alice Babs (speaking & singing)
  52. Tamil (????) : ?
  53. Thai (1st dub) : ?
  54. Thai (2nd dub) : ?
  55. Turkish (2003) : Banu Kuday (singing) & Tülay Uyar (singing)
  56. Ukrainian (2012) : Viktoriia Ivasyshyna / Вікторія Івасишина (speaking & singing)

Sleeping Beauty

  1. Albanian (2002) : Esmeralda Kame (speaking) & Alma Koleci (singing)
  2. Arabic (2002) : Rasha Talaat / رشا طلعت (speaking & singing)
  3. Brazilian (1959) : Maria Alice Barreto (speaking) & Norma Maria (singing)
  4. Bulgarian (2008) : Vilma Kartalska / Вилма Карталска (speaking) & Emiliya Ivanova / Емилия Иванова (singing)
  5. Cantonese (19??) : Lui Bik-Na / 雷碧娜 (speaking) & May Chan / Chan Mei-Fung / 陈美凤 (singing)
  6. Cantonese (????) : Jeung Pooi-Dak / 张佩德 (speaking) & May Chan / Chan ​Mei-Fung / 陈美凤 (singing)
  7. Crimean Tatar (20??) : ?
  8. Croatian (2008) : Maja Posavec (speaking) & Renata Sabljak (singing)
  9. Czech (1995) : Iveta Dufková (speaking & singing)
  10. Danish : Ellen Winther Lembourn (speaking) & Inge Stauss​ (singing)
  11. Dutch 1960 : Maria de Booy (?) (speaking & singing)
  12. Dutch 1996 : Joke de Kruijf (speaking & singing)
  13. English : Mary Costa (speaking & singing)
  14. Finnish (1995) : Mervi Hiltunen (speaking) & Päivi Ristimäki (singing)
  15. French 1959 : Irène Valois (speaking) & Huguette Boulangeot (singing)
  16. French 1981 : Jeanine Forney (speaking) & Danielle Licari (singing)
  17. German : Maria Milde (speaking & singing)
  18. Greek (1995) : Aggelikí Dimitrakopoúlou / Αγγελική Δημητρακοπούλου (speaking & singing)
  19. Hebrew (1995) : Limor Shapira / לימור שפירא (speaking & singing)
  20. Hindi TV (2013) : ?
  21. Hungarian 1966 : ?
  22. Hungarian 1995 : Bertalan Ági (speaking) & Kertesi Ingrid (singing)
  23. Icelandic (1995) : Þórunn Lárusdóttir (speaking & singing)
  24. Indonesian 1995 : ?
  25. Indonesian 2013 : Esty Rohmiati (speaking & singing)
  26. Italian : Maria Pia di Meo (speaking) & Tina Centi (singing)
  27. Japanese 1960 : Takada Toshie / 高田 敏江 (speaking) & Maki Satoko / 牧 三都子 (singing)
  28. Japanese 1995 : Suzuki Mayumi / すずきまゆみ (speaking & singing)
  29. Korean (1996) : Ham Su-Jung / 함수정 (speaking) & Hong Hwa-Jin / 홍화진 (singing)
  30. Malay (????) : ?
  31. Mandarin TV (????) : Chén Měi-Zhēn / 陳美貞 (speaking | wikipedia) & Mary Costa (singing - original version)
  32. Norwegian (1995) : Liv Ragnhild Sømme Tomeberg (speaking & singing)
  33. Persian (????) [? studio] : Zohreh Shokoufandeh / زهره شکوفنده (speaking) & Mary Costa (singing - original version)
  34. Persian TV (????) : Maryam Shirzad / مریم شیرزاد (speaking) & Mary Costa (singing - original version)
  35. Polish 1962 : Maria Broniewska (speaking) & Bogna Sokorska (singing)
  36. Polish 1995 : Małgorzata Długosz (speaking & singing)
  37. Portuguese (2008) : Carla Garcia (speaking) & Ana Paula Almeida (singing)
  38. Putonghua (2007) : Wáng Lì-Huà / 王儷樺 (speaking) & Zhào Sù / 趙粟 (singing)
  39. ​Romanian (2008) : Mediana Vlad (speaking & singing)
  40. Russian (2008) : Karina Serbina / Карина Сербина (speaking & singing)
  41. Spanish 1959 : Estrellita Díaz (speaking) & Lupita Pérez Arias (singing)
  42. Spanish 2001/2008 : Laura Ayala (speaking) & Brenda Ruiz (singing)
  43. Swedish 1959 : Liz-Beth Olsson (speaking & singing)
  44. Swedish 1980 : Birgitta Larsson (speaking & singing)
  45. Thai (1997) : Chanjira Nimpitakpong / จันทร์จิรา นิ่มพิทักษ์พงศ์ (speaking & singing)
  46. Turkish (2008) : Tülay Uyar (speaking & singing)
  47. Ukrainian (2010) : Daryna Murashchenko / Дарина Муращенко (speaking & singing)

The Little Mermaid

  1. Albanian (2002) : Manjola Merlika (speaking) & Jodi Benson (singing - original version)
  2. Albanian (2013) : Anila Muçaj (speaking) & Jodi Benson (singing - original version)
  3. Arabic (1998) : Rula Zaki / رولا زكي (speaking & singing)
  4. Austrian (1998) : Caroline Vasicek-Pfeifer (speaking & singing)
  5. Brazilian 1989 : Marisa Leal (speaking) & Gabriela Ferreira (singing)
  6. Brazilian 1998 : Marisa Leal (speaking) & Kiara Sasso (singing)
  7. Bulgarian (2006) : Mina Kostova / Мина Костова (speaking) & Vesela Boneva / Весела Бонева (singing)
  8. Cantonese (1991) : Peggy Chu / Jue Miu-Laan / 朱妙蘭 (speaking | wikipedia) & Cally Kwong / Kwong Mei-Wan / 邝美云 (singing)
  9. Castilian (1998) : Graciela Molina (speaking) & María Caneda (singing)
  10. Croatian (2006) : Renata Sabljak (speaking & singing)
  11. Czech (1998) : Jana Mařasová (speaking & singing)
  12. Danish (1990/1998) : Marie Ingerslev (speaking) & Sissel Kyrkjebø (singing) [redub of the songs in 1998]
  13. Dutch (1990) : Laura Vlasblom (speaking & singing)
  14. English (1989) : Jodi Benson (speaking & singing)
  15. Finnish 1990 : Johanna Nurmimaa (speaking & singing)
  16. Finnish 1998 : Nina Tapio (speaking & singing)
  17. French 1990 : Claire Guyot (speaking & singing)
  18. French 1998 : Claire Guyot (speaking) & Marie Galey (singing)
  19. German 1990 : Dorette Hugo (speaking) & Ute Lemper (singing)
  20. German 1998 : Anna Carlsson (speaking) & Naomi Van Dooren (singing)
  21. Greek 1990 : Krísti Stasinopoúlou / Κρίστη Στασινοπούλου (speaking & singing)
  22. Greek 1998 : Christína Kouloumbí / Χριστίνα Κουλουμπή (speaking) & Ánna Róssi / Άννα Ρόσση (singing)
  23. Hebrew (1990) : Shlomit Aharon / שלומית אהרון (speaking & singing)
  24. Hindi (2011) : Prachi Save Saathi / प्राची सावे साठी (speaking) & Chandreyee Bhattacharya / চান্দ্রেয়ী ভট্টাচার্য (singing)
  25. Hungarian (1990) : Oszvald Marika (speaking & singing)
  26. Icelandic (1998) : Valgerður Guðnadóttir (speaking & singing)
  27. Indonesian (1991) : Beatrix Renita Purwiastanti (speaking & singing)
  28. Italian (1990) : Simona Patitucci (speaking & singing)
  29. Japanese 1991/1997 : Suzuki Mayumi / すずきまゆみ (speaking & singing)
  30. Korean (1991) : Kim ​Su-Gyeong / 김수경 (speaking) & Son Young-Jin / 손영진 (singing)
  31. Latin Spanish (1989) : Gabriela León (speaking) & Isela Sotelo (singing)
  32. Malay (????) : ?
  33. Mandarin (1991) : Ariel Sung / Sòng Wén / 宋文 (speaking & singing)
  34. Norwegian (1990) : Sissel Kyrkjebø (speaking & singing)
  35. Persian (2013) [Glory studio] : Marjane Feshangchi / مرجانه فشنگچی (speaking & singing)
  36. Polish (1998) : Beata Jankowska-Tzimas (speaking & singing)
  37. Portuguese (1998) : Mila Belo (speaking) & Anabela Pires (singing)
  38. Putonghua TV (2007) : Liú Chàng-Yùn / 刘畅韵 (speaking) & Eva Li / Lǐ Xiāo-Xiāo / 李潇潇 (singing)
  39. Quebec French (1989) : Violette Chauveau (speaking) & Dominique Faure (singing)
  40. Romanian (2005) : Lara Ionescu (speaking) & Maria Răducanu (singing)
  41. Russian (2006) : Svetlana Svetikova / Светлана Светикова (speaking & singing)
  42. Slovak (2013) : Zuzana Šťastná (speaking & singing)
  43. Swedish (1990) : Sissel Kyrkjebø (speaking & singing)
  44. Tamil (????) : ?
  45. Telugu (????) : ?
  46. Thai 1991 : Marisa Sukosol / มาริสา สุโกศล (speaking & singing)
  47. Thai 1998 : Chanjira Nimpitakpong / จันทร์จิรา นิ่มพิทักษ์พงศ์ (speaking & singing)
  48. Turkish (1998) : Berna Terzi Erol (speaking) & Şebnem Ferah (singing)
  49. Ukrainian (2013) : Liza Kurbanmahomedova / Ліза Курбанмагомедова (speaking & singing)

Beauty and the Beast

  1. Albanian (2002) : Alma Koleci (speaking & singing)
  2. Albanian TV (2003) : Shegushe Bebeti (speaking) & Paige O'Hara (singing - original version)
  3. Arabic (2002) : Liqaa El-Khamisy / لقاء الخميسي (speaking) & Dalia Farouq / داليا فاروق (singing)
  4. Armenian (2016) : Karine Yesayan / Կարինե Եսայան (speaking) & Susanna Petrosyan / Սուսաննա Պետրոսյան (singing)​
  5. Brazilian : Ju Cassou (speaking & singing)
  6. Bulgarian (2002) : Yordanka Ilova / Йорданка Илова (speaking & singing)
  7. Cantonese : Peggy Gwok / Gwok Bik-Jan / 郭碧珍 (speaking) & Chan ​Bo-Saan / 陳寶珊 (singing)
  8. Castilian : Inés Moraleda (speaking & singing)
  9. Croatian (2010) : Renata Sabljak (speaking & singing)
  10. Czech (1994) : Jana Mařasová (speaking & singing)
  11. Danish : Louise Fribo (speaking & singing)
  12. Dutch : Joke de Kruijf (speaking & singing)
  13. English : Paige O'Hara (speaking & singing)
  14. Finnish : Mervi Hiltunen (speaking & singing)
  15. French : Bénédicte Lécroart (speaking & singing)
  16. German : Jana Werner (speaking & singing)
  17. Greek : Krísti Stassinopoúlou / Κρίστη Στασινοπούλου (speaking & singing) | Áriel Konstantinídi / Άριελ Κωνσταντινίδη (added dialogue)
  18. Hebrew : Rinat Gabay / רינת גבאי (speaking & singing)
  19. Hindi (2005) : Mona Ghosh Shetty / मोना घोष शेट्टी (speaking) & Smita Malhotra Rosemeyer / स्मिता मल्होत्रा Rosemeyer (singing)
  20. Hungarian : Kocsis Judit (speaking & singing)
  21. Icelandic (2002) : Selma Björnsdóttir (speaking & singing)
  22. Indonesian : Ivonne Rose Pattiapon (speaking & singing)
  23. Italian : Laura Boccanera (speaking) & Marjorie Biondo (singing) | Barbara De Bortoli (added dialogue "Human Again")
  24. Japanese : Itō Eri / 伊東恵里 (speaking & singing)
  25. Karachay-Balkar (2013) : Gerğoqalanı Xalimat / Гергъокъаланы Халимат (speaking & singing)
  26. Kazakh (2017) : Nazerke Serikbolova / Назерке Серікболова (speaking & singing)
  27. Korean : Seong You-Jin / 성유진 (speaking) & Jeon Su-Gyeong / 전수경 (singing) | Seo Hye-Jeong / 서혜정 (added dialogue "Human Again")
  28. Latin Spanish : Diana Santos (speaking) & Lourdes Ambriz (singing)
  29. Malay (????) : Joan Jim (? & singing)
  30. Mandarin : Liú Xiǎo-Yún / 劉小芸 (speaking) & Shī Cǎi-Yún / 施彩雲​ (singing)
  31. Marathi (2015) : Neshma Chemburkar / नेश्मा चेम्बुरकर​ (speaking) & ? (singing)
  32. Norwegian : Merethe Trøan (speaking & singing)
  33. Persian (????) [Glory studio] : Asha Mehrabi / آشا محرابی (speaking & singing | only in the song Belle, the rest of the songs is left in English)
  34. ​Persian (????) [Avazheh studio] : Taktam Chobdar /تکتم چوبدار (speaking) & Paige O'Hara (singing - original version)
  35. Polish 1993 : Katarzyna Skrzynecka (speaking & singing)
  36. Polish 2002 : Jolanta Wilk (speaking) & Katarzyna Pysiak (singing)
  37. Portuguese (2002) : Carla de Sá (speaking) & Alda Joana (singing)
  38. Putonghua TV (2007) : ​Xuē Bái / 薛白 (speaking) & Yú Hǎi-Yīng / 于海英 (singing)
  39. Romanian (2010) : Alina Eremia (speaking & singing)
  40. Russian (2002) : Saule Iskakova / Сауле Искакова (speaking & singing)
  41. Slovak (2010) : Alžbeta Bartošová (speaking & singing)
  42. Swedish : Sofia Källgren (speaking & singing)
  43. Tamil : ?
  44. Telugu : ? (speaking) & Paige O'Hara (singing - original version)
  45. ​Thai 1992 : Naruemon Chiwangkun / นฤมล จิวังกูร (speaking & singing)
  46. Thai 2002 : Chanjira Nimpitakpong / จันทร์จิรา นิ่มพิทักษ์พงศ์ (speaking & singing)
  47. Turkish (2002(?) : Figen Sümeli (speaking) & Otilia Radulescu İpek (singing)
  48. Ukrainian (2010) : Anna Syrbu / Анна Сирбу (speaking & singing)


  1. Albanian (2003) : Anila Muçaj (speaking) & Jeta Mehmeti (singing)
  2. Arabic 2004 : Nahla Al Malwani / نهله الملواني (speaking & singing)
  3. Arabic TV 2013 : Aya Hamza / آيا حمزة (speaking) & Noha Qais / نهى قيس (singing)
  4. Brazilian : Sílvia Carla Goiabeira Ramos (speaking) & Kika Tristão (singing)
  5. Bulgarian (2004) : Petya Abadzhieva / Петя Абаджиева (speaking) & Ventsislava Stoilova / Венцислава Стоилова (singing)
  6. Cantonese : Anita Wong / Wong Lai-Fong / 黃麗芳 (speaking | wikipedia) & May Chan / Chan Mei-Fung / 陳美鳳 (singing)
  7. Castilian : Marta Barbará (speaking) & Ángela Aloy (singing)
  8. Croatian (2004) : Zrinka Cvitešić (speaking) & Renata Sabljak (singing)
  9. Czech (1993) : Sabina Laurinová (speaking & singing) or Jana Mařasová* (for the singing)
  10. Danish : Ilia Swainson (speaking) & Louise Norby (singing)
  11. Dutch : Laura Vlasblom (speaking & singing)
  12. English : Linda Larkin (speaking) & Lea Salonga (singing)
  13. Finnish : Ulla Renko (speaking & singing)
  14. French : Magali Barney (speaking) & Karine Costa (singing)
  15. German : Maud Ackermann (speaking) & Sabine Hettlich (singing)
  16. Greek : Katerína Yiamalí / Κατερίνα Γιαμαλή (speaking & singing)
  17. Hebrew : Rama Messinger / רמה מסינגר (speaking & singing)
  18. Hindi : Namrata Sawhney / नम्रता साहनी (speaking) & Dominique Cerejo (singing)
  19. Hungarian : Kocsis Judit (speaking) & Janza Kata (singing)
  20. Icelandic : Edda Heiðrún Backman (speaking & singing)
  21. Indonesian : Beatrix Renita Purwiastanti (speaking & singing)
  22. Italian : Manuela Cenciarelli (speaking) & Simona Peron (singing)
  23. Japanese : Asoh Kaori / 麻生かほ里 (speaking & singing)
  24. Kannada (20??) : ?
  25. Kazakh (201?) : Aynur Babaeva / Айнұр Бабаева (speaking & singing)
  26. Korean : Hong Young-Ran / 홍영란 (speaking) & Lee Jeong-Hwa / 이정화 (singing)
  27. Latin Spanish : Maggie Vera (speaking) & Analy (singing)
  28. Malay (????) : ?
  29. Mandarin : Lín Fāng-Xuě / 林芳雪 (speaking) & Mǎ Yù-Fēn / 马毓芬 (singing)
  30. Norwegian : Jannike Kruse (speaking & singing)
  31. Persian (????) [Avazheh studio] : Aisan Norouzi / ایسن نوروزی (speaking & singing)
  32. Polish : Katarzyna Skrzynecka (speaking & singing)
  33. Portuguese (2004) : Joana Carvalho (singing) & Sofia Escobar (singing)
  34. Putonghua TV (20??) : ?
  35. Quebec French : Geneviève de Rocray (speaking) & Martine Chevrier (singing)
  36. Romanian (2011) : Simona Nae (speaking & singing)
  37. Russian (2004) : Evgeniya Igumnova / Евгения Игумнова (speaking) & Anna Pozdnyakova / Анна Позднякова (singing)
  38. Serbian TV (2009) : Mariana Aranđelović / Мариана Аранђеловић (speaking) & Mirjana Stojanović / Мирјана Стојановић (singing)​
  39. Slovak TV 2008 : Tatiana Pauhofová (speaking) & Eva Sakálová (singing)
  40. Slovak 2013 : Alžbeta Bartošová (speaking & singing)
  41. Swedish : Myrra Malmberg (speaking & singing)
  42. Tagalog (2016) : ?
  43. Tamil (1994) : "Rohini" Molleti / ரோகிணி (speaking) & ​"Annupamaa" Anupama Krishnaswami / அனுபமா (singing)
  44. Telugu (1994?) : "Rohini" Molleti / రోహిణి (speaking) & ​​"Annupamaa" Anupama Krishnaswami (singing)
  45. Thai : Netnapa Hanrojanawut / เนตรนภา หาญโรจนวุฒิ (speaking & singing)
  46. Turkish (2004(?) : Figen Sümeli (speaking) & Otilia Radulescu İpek (singing)
  47. Ukrainian (2011) : Daryna Sumska / Дарина Сумська (speaking & singing)


  1. Albanian (2003) : Nigda Dako (speaking) & Judy Kuhn (singing – original version)
  2. Arabic : Gihan El-Naser /جيهان الناصر (speaking & singing)
  3. Arabic TV (2013) : Gihan El-Naser /جيهان الناصر (speaking & singing)
  4. Brazilian : Andrea Murucci (speaking) & Kika Tristão (singing)
  5. Cantonese : Bertha Ngai​ / Ngai Yi-Ching / 魏綺清 (speaking) & Amanda Lee / Lei Hui-Man / 李蕙敏 (singing)
  6. Castilian : Marta Barbará (speaking) & Gema Castaño (singing)
  7. Czech : Ivana Špundová (speaking) & Jana Durczaková (singing)
  8. Danish : Susanne Elmark (speaking & singing)
  9. Dutch : Pia Douwes (speaking & singing)
  10. English : Irene Bedard (speaking) & Judy Kuhn (singing)
  11. Finnish : Arja Koriseva (speaking & singing)
  12. French : Mathilda May (speaking) & Laura Mayne (singing) | Marielle Hervé (singing - added song "If I Never Knew You" 2005)
  13. German : Alexandra Wilcke (speaking & singing)
  14. Greek : Alexándra Pavlídou / Αλεξάνδρα Παυλίδου (speaking) & Fióna Tzavára / Φιόνα Τζαβάρα (singing)
  15. Hebrew : Rita / ריטה (speaking & singing)
  16. Hindi (2003) : Marianne D'Cruz Aiman / मैरियन डी'क्रूज़ (speaking & singing)
  17. Hungarian : Major Melinda (speaking) & Udvarias Anna (singing)
  18. Icelandic : Valgerður Guðnadóttir (speaking & singing)
  19. Indonesian (2000) : Beatrix Renita Purwiastanti (speaking & singing) | Merlinda Endah Setyowati Arifiani (singing - added song "If I Never Knew You" 2015)
  20. Italian : Ilaria Stagni (speaking) & Manuela Villa (singing)
  21. Japanese : Doi Yūko / 土居裕子 (speaking & singing)
  22. Korean : Seong You-Jin / 성유진 (speaking) & Shin Dong-Hui / 신동희 (singing)
  23. Latin Spanish : Nathalia Hencker (speaking) & Susana Zabaleta (singing)
  24. Malay (2015) : ? (speaking) & Juwita Suwito (singing)
  25. Mandarin : Winnie Shin / Xīn Xiǎo-Qí / 辛曉琪 (speaking & singing)
  26. Norwegian : Guri Schanke (speaking) & Anita Skorgan (singing)
  27. Persian (????) [? studio] : Sahar Chobdar / سحر چوبدار (speaking) & Judy Kuhn (singing - original version)
  28. Polish : Małgorzata Foremniak (speaking) & Edyta Górniak (singing)
  29. Portuguese : Manuela Couto (speaking) & Susana Félix (singing)
  30. Quebec French : Lisette Dufour (speaking) & Stéphanie Martin (singing)
  31. Romanian (2008) : Simona Cuclureanu (speaking) & Alina Eremia (singing)
  32. Russian (2007) : Teona Dol'nikova / Теона Дольникова (speaking & singing)
  33. Serbian TV (2009) : Andrijana Oliverić / Андријана Оливерић (speaking) & Judy Kuhn (singing - original version)
  34. Serbian (2019) : ?
  35. Slovak : Soňa Norísová (speaking & singing)
  36. Swedish : Heléne Lundström (speaking & singing)
  37. Tagalog (2017) : ?
  38. Thai : Sinjai Plengpanich / สินจัย เปล่งพานิช (speaking) & Teeranai Na Nongkai / ธีรนัยน์ ณ หนองคาย (singing)
  39. Turkish : Özlem Altınok (speaking) & Tuğba Önal (singing)
  40. Ukrainian (2017) : Olha Hryskova / Ольга Гриськова (speaking) & Valentyna Lonska / Валентина Лонська (singing)


  1. Albanian (2003) : Alma Koleci (speaking & singing)
  2. Arabic : Rasha Rizq / رشا رزق (speaking & singing)
  3. Arabic TV (2010) : ?
  4. Brazilian : Mônica Rossi (speaking) & Juliana Franco (singing)
  5. Bulgarian : Silviya Lulcheva / Силвия Лулчева (speaking) & Elena Pavlova / Елена Павлова (singing)
  6. Cantonese : ?
  7. Castilian : Marta Barbará (speaking) & Virginia Martínez (singing)
  8. Catalan : Marta Barbará (speaking) & Virginia Martínez (singing)
  9. Czech (1998) : Dana Černa (speaking) & Alice Bardová (singing)
  10. Czech TV (2006) : Tereza Bebarová (speaking) & Alice Bardová (singing - original Czech version)
  11. Danish : Nicoline Møller (speaking & singing)
  12. Dutch : Vera Mann (speaking & singing)
  13. English : Meg Ryan (speaking) & Liz Callaway (singing)
  14. Finnish : Petra Karjalainen (speaking & singing)
  15. Flemish : Sanne Denotté (speaking & singing)
  16. French : Céline Monsarrat (speaking) & Katia Markosy (singing)
  17. German : Anja Kling (speaking) & Jana Werner (singing)
  18. Greek : Mitró Alikáki / Μυρτώ Αλικάκη (speaking) & Mantó Stamatopoúlou / Μαντώ Σταματοπούλου (singing)
  19. Hebrew : Limor Shapira / לימור שפירא (speaking & singing)
  20. Hungarian : Pápai Erika (speaking & singing)
  21. Icelandic : Sigrún Edda Björnsdóttir (speaking) & Svala Björgvinsdóttir (singing)
  22. Indonesian (2000/01) : ? (speaking) & Liz Callaway (singing - original singing voice)
  23. Italian : Tosca (speaking & singing)
  24. Japanese : Shiraki Mikiko / 白木美貴子 (speaking) & Suzuki ​Honoka / 鈴木ほのか (singing)
  25. Korean (1998) : Jeong Mi-Suk / 정미숙 (speaking) & Lee Jeong-Hwa / 이정화 (singing)
  26. Korean TV (2001) : Jeong Mi-Suk / 정미숙 (speaking) & Liz Callaway (singing - original version)
  27. Latin Spanish : Dulce Guerrero (speaking) & Thalía (singing)
  28. Mandarin TV (????) : ? (speaking) & Liz Callaway (singing - original version)
  29. Norwegian : Lena Meieran (speaking) & Anita Skorgan (singing)
  30. Persian (????) [? studio] : Sahar Chobdar / سحر چوبدار (speaking) & Liz Callaway (singing - original version)
  31. Persian (????) [Avazheh studio] : Anita Ghalichi / آنیتا قالیچی (speaking & singing)
  32. Polish (1998) : Katarzyna Skrzynecka (speaking & singing)
  33. Polish TV (2002) : Joanna Trzepiecińska (speaking & singing)
  34. Portuguese : Isabel Ribas (speaking) & Lúcia Moniz (singing)
  35. Quebec French : Lisette Dufour (speaking) & Catherine Léveillé (singing)
  36. Russian : Vera Voronkova / Вера Воронкова (speaking) & Mariya Katz / Мария Кац (singing)
  37. Slovak TV 2000s : ?
  38. Slovak TV 2010 : Miroslava Drínová (speaking & singing)
  39. Swedish : Helen Sjöholm (speaking & singing)
  40. Thai : Sara Malakul Lane / ซาร่า มาลากุล เลน (speaking) & Chanjira Nimpitakpong / จันทร์จิรา นิ่มพิทักษ์พงศ์ (singing)
  41. Turkish : Müdrike Coşansu (speaking) & Tuğba Önal (singing)
  42. Vietnamese TV (2011) : Võ Huyền Chi (speaking & singing)


  1. Albanian (2003) : Jorida Meta (speaking) & Lea Salonga (singing – original version)
  2. Arabic : Liqaa El-Khamisy / لقاء الخميسي (speaking) & Jacqueline Rafiq / جاكلين رفيق (singing)
  3. Arabic TV (2014) : Jacqueline Rafiq / جاكلين رفيق (speaking & singing)
  4. Armenian (2016) : Karine Yesayan / Կարինե Եսայան (speaking) & Susanna Petrosyan / Սուսաննա Պետրոսյան (singing)
  5. Brazilian : Kacau Gomes (speaking & singing)
  6. Bulgarian : Elena Sarŭivanova / Елена Саръиванова (speaking) & Yordanka Ilova / Йорданка Илова (singing)
  7. Cantonese : Kelly Chen / Chan Wai-Lam / 陈慧琳 (speaking & singing)
  8. Castilian : Eva Díez (speaking) & María Caneda (singing)
  9. Catalan : Mar Roca (speaking) & Ángela Aloy (singing)
  10. Czech : Jana Mařasová (speaking & singing)
  11. Danish : Pernille Højgaard (speaking & singing)
  12. Dutch : Linda Wagenmakers (speaking & singing)
  13. English : Ming-Na Wen (speaking) & Lea Salonga (singing)
  14. Finnish : Heidi Kyrö (speaking & singing)
  15. Flemish : Karina Mertens (speaking & singing)
  16. French : Valérie Karsenti (speaking) & Marie Galey (singing)
  17. German : Cosma Shiva Hagen (speaking) & Caroline Vasicek-Pfeifer (singing)
  18. Greek : Sofía Kapsabéli / Σοφία Καψαμπέλη (speaking) & Déspina Vandí / Δέσποινα Βανδή (singing)
  19. Hebrew : Rinat Gabay / רינת גבאי (speaking & singing)
  20. Hindi (2002) : Smita Malhotra Rosemeyer / स्मिता मल्होत्रा Rosemeyer (speaking & singing)
  21. Hungarian : Kiss Eszter (speaking) & Auth Csilla (singing)
  22. Icelandic : Edda Björg Eyjólfsdóttir (speaking) & Valgerður Guðnadóttir (singing)
  23. Indonesian (2002) : Ajeng Atmakusuma (speaking) & Beatrix Renita Purwiastanti (singing)
  24. Italian : Laura Lenghi (speaking) & Marianna Cataldi (singing)
  25. Japanese : Suzuki Mayumi / すずきまゆみ (speaking) & Itō Eri / 伊東恵里 (singing)
  26. Karachay-Balkar (2012) : Gerğoqalanı Xalimat / Гергъокъаланы Халимат (speaking & singing)
  27. Korean : Jeong Mi-Suk / 정미숙 (speaking) & Lee So-Jung / 이소정 (singing)
  28. Latin Spanish : Maggie Vera (speaking) & Analy (singing)
  29. Malay (20??) : ? (speaking) & Dina Nadzir (singing)
  30. Mandarin : Coco Lee / Lǐ Wén / 李玟 (speaking & singing)
  31. Norwegian : Jannike Kruse (speaking) & Sissel Heibek (singing)
  32. Persian (????) [Glory studio] : Fariba Taheri / فریبا طاهری (speaking) & Lea Salonga (singing - original version)
  33. Polish : Jolanta Fraszyńska (speaking) & Katarzyna Pysiak (singing)
  34. Portuguese : Carla de Sá (speaking) & Anabela Pires (singing)
  35. Putonghua (1999) : Xǔ ​Qíng / 许晴 (speaking) & Yè Bēi / 叶蓓 (singing)
  36. Quebec French : Céline Furi (speaking) & Martine Chevrier (singing)
  37. Romanian (2008) : Adina Lucaciu (speaking) & Mediana Vlad (singing)
  38. Russian : Saule Iskakova / Сауле Искакова (speaking) & Natal'ya Uleyskaya / Наталья Улейская (singing)
  39. Serbian TV (2009) : Andrijana Oliverić / Андријана Оливерић (speaking) & Lea Salonga (singing - original version)
  40. Slovak : Zuzana Kapráliková (speaking) & Daniela Kopálová (singing)
  41. Swedish : Divina Sarkany (speaking & singing)
  42. Tagalog (2015) : ?
  43. Tamil (????) : ? (speaking) & Lea Salonga (singing - original version)
  44. Thai : Diana Chungjingtanakarn / ไดอาน่า จงจินตนาการ (speaking) & Naruemon Chiwangkun / นฤมล จิวังกูร (singing)
  45. Turkish (1999) : Berrak Yıldırım (speaking) & Tuğba Önal (singing)
  46. Ukrainian (2017) : Svetlana Zaria / Светлана Заря (? & singing)

The Princess and the Frog

  1. Albanian : Luljeta Bitri (speaking) & Anika Noni Rose (singing - original version)
  2. Arabic : Jacqueline Rafiq / جاكلين رفيق (speaking & singing)
  3. Armenian (2016) : Margarita Grigoryan / Մարգարիտա Գրիգորյան (speaking) & Masha Israyelyan / Մաշա Իսրաելյան (singing)
  4. Brazilian : Kacau Gomes (speaking & singing)
  5. Bulgarian : Tzvetoslava Simeonova / Цветослава Симеонова (speaking) & Ralitsa Guberska / Ралица Губерска (singing)
  6. Cantonese : Ella Koon / Goon Yan-Na / 官恩娜 (speaking & singing)
  7. Castilian : Elisa Langa (speaking) & Chila Lynn (singing)
  8. Croatian : Vanda Winter (speaking & singing)
  9. Czech : Zuzana Kajnarová (speaking) & "Dasha" Dagmar Sobková (singing)
  10. Danish : Nellie Ettison (speaking & singing)
  11. Dutch : Linda Wagenmakers (speaking & singing)
  12. English : Anika Noni Rose (speaking & singing)
  13. Estonian : Sandra Üksküla-Uusberg (speaking & singing)
  14. Finnish : Laura Voutilainen (speaking & singing)
  15. Flemish : Sandrine Van Handenhoven (speaking & singing)
  16. French : China Moses (speaking & singing)
  17. German : Cassandra Steen (speaking & singing)
  18. Greek : Katerína Tsávalou / Κατερίνα Τσάβαλου (speaking) & Mariánna 'Shaya' Hánsen / Μαριάννα 'Shaya' Χάνσεν (singing)
  19. Hebrew : Ilanit Gershon / אילנית גרשון (speaking) & Ninet Tayeb / נינט טייב (singing)
  20. Hindi (2015) : Priyaa Raina / प्रिया रैना (speaking) & Marianne D'Cruz Aiman / मैरियन डी'क्रूज़ (singing)
  21. Hungarian : Vágó Bernadett (speaking & singing)
  22. Icelandic : Selma Björnsdóttir (speaking & singing)
  23. Indonesian (2010) : Tisa Julianti (speaking & singing)
  24. Italian : Domitilla d'Amico (speaking) & Karima Ammar (singing)
  25. Japanese : Suzuki ​Honoka / 鈴木ほのか (speaking & singing)
  26. Kazakh (2016(?) : ?
  27. Korean : Lee Sun / 이선 (speaking) & Lee Young-Mi / 이영미 (singing)
  28. Latin Spanish : Mireya Mendoza (speaking) & Paula Arias Esquivel (singing)
  29. Latvian : Zane Dombrovska (speaking & singing)
  30. Lithuanian : Jurga Šeduikytė-Bareikienė (speaking & singing)
  31. Malay (20??) : ?
  32. Mandarin : Wāng ​Shì-Wěi / 汪世瑋 (speaking) & Xiāo Màn-Xuān / 萧蔓萱 (singing)
  33. Norwegian : Noora Noor (speaking & singing)
  34. Persian (2012) [Glory studio] : Sahar Chobdar / سحر چوبدار (speaking) & Anika Noni Rose (singing - original version)
  35. Polish : Karolina Trębacz (speaking & singing)
  36. Portuguese : Ana Vieira (speaking) & Nayma Mingas (singing)
  37. Putonghua (2011) : ?
  38. Quebec French : Kim Jalabert (speaking) & Nancy Fortin (singing)
  39. Romanian : Florentina Țilea (speaking) & Simona Nae (singing)
  40. Russian : Anna Buturlina / Анна Бутурлина (speaking & singing)
  41. Slovak : Helena Krajčíová (speaking & singing)
  42. Slovene : Zala Đurić Ribič (speaking) & Katarina Bordner (singing)
  43. Swedish : Pauline Kamusewu (speaking & singing)
  44. Tagalog (2016) : ?
  45. Thai : Wichayanee Pia-klin / วิชญาณี เปียกลิ่น (speaking & singing)
  46. Turkish : Demet Tuncer (speaking & singing)
  47. Ukrainian : Katyko Purtseladze / Катико Пурцеладзе (speaking & singing)


  1. Abkhaz (2015) : Saida Gabniya / Саида Габния (speaking & singing)
  2. Albanian : Anisa Dervishi (speaking) & Mandy Moore (singing - original version)
  3. Arabic 2010 : Jacqueline Rafiq / جاكلين رفيق (speaking & singing)
  4. Arabic TV 2013 : Jacqueline Rafiq / جاكلين رفيق (speaking & singing)
  5. Brazilian : Sylvia Salustti (speaking & singing)
  6. Bulgarian : Nadezhda Panayotova / Надежда Панайотова (speaking & singing)
  7. Cantonese : Angela Yeung / Yeung Wing / 楊穎 (speaking) & Angela Lam / Lam Hoh-Ga / 林可嘉 (singing)
  8. Castilian : Carmen López Pascual (speaking & singing)
  9. Croatian : Mirela Videk (speaking) & Franka Batelić (singing)
  10. Czech : Ivana Korolová (speaking & singing)
  11. Danish : Cecilie Stenspil (speaking & singing)
  12. Dutch : Kim Lian van der Meij (speaking & singing)
  13. English : Mandy Moore (speaking & singing)
  14. Estonian : Nele-Liis Vaiksoo (speaking & singing)
  15. Finnish : Maria Ylipää (speaking & singing)
  16. Flemish : Deborah de Ridder (speaking & singing)
  17. French : Maeva Méline (speaking & singing)
  18. German : Alexandra Neldel (speaking) & Pia Allgaier (singing)
  19. Greek : Ioánna Pappá / Ιωάννα Παππά (speaking) & Réna Mórfi / Ρένα Μόρφη (singing)
  20. Hebrew : Meshi Kleinstein / משי קלינשטיין (speaking & singing)
  21. Hindi (2012) : Pooja Punjabi / पूजा पंजाबी​ (speaking) & Shruti Rane / श्रुति राणे (singing)
  22. Hungarian : Csifó Dorina (speaking & singing)
  23. Icelandic : Ágústa Eva Erlendsdóttir (speaking & singing)
  24. Indonesian (2011) : Tisa Julianti (speaking & singing)
  25. Italian : Laura Chiatti (speaking & singing)
  26. Japanese : Nakagawa Shōko / 中川翔子 (speaking) & Okonogi Mari / 小此木麻里 (singing)
  27. Kabardian (201?) : ?
  28. Karachay-Balkar (2012) : Gerğoqalanı Xalimat / Гергъокъаланы Халимат (speaking & singing)
  29. Kazakh (2017) : Nazerke Serikbolova / Назерке Серікболова (speaking & singing)
  30. Korean : Park Ji-Yun / 박지윤 (speaking + singing "Healing Incantation") & Park Sae-Byeol / 박새별 (singing)
  31. Latin Spanish : Danna Paola (speaking & singing)
  32. Latvian : Zane Dombrovska (speaking & singing)
  33. Lithuanian : Raminta Naujanyte-Bjelle (speaking & singing)
  34. Malay (2013) : Iqa Zawani (speaking) & Juwita Suwito (singing)
  35. Mandarin : Lara Veronin / Liáng Xīn-Yí / 梁心颐 (speaking) & Chén Xiù-Zhū / 陈秀珠 (singing)
  36. Norwegian : Marion Ravn (speaking & singing)
  37. Persian (2012) [Glory studio] : Marjane Feshangchi / مرجانه فشنگچی (speaking & singing)
  38. Polish : Julia Kamińska (speaking) & Katarzyna Popowska (singing)
  39. Portuguese : Bárbara Lourenço (speaking) & Anabela Pires (singing)
  40. ​Putonghua TV (2012) : Zhāng Zhé / 张喆 (speaking) & Eva Li / Lǐ Xiāo-Xiāo / 李潇潇 (singing) (?)
  41. Quebec French : Catherine Brunet (speaking) & Chloé McNeil (singing)
  42. Romanian : Alina Chinie (speaking) & Simona Nae (singing)
  43. Russian : Viktoriya Dayneko / Виктория Дайнеко (speaking & singing)
  44. Slovak : Alžbeta Bartošová (speaking & singing)
  45. Slovene : Nika Rozman (speaking) & Katarina Bordner (singing)
  46. Swedish : Molly Sandén (speaking & singing)
  47. Tagalog (201?) : ?
  48. Thai : Chonnanai Sukawajana / ชนนัยน์ สุขวัจน์ (speaking & singing)
  49. Turkish : Damla Babacan (speaking) & Deniz Sujana (singing)
  50. Ukrainian : Daryna Murashchenko / Дарина Муращенко (speaking) & Inna Voronova / Інна Воронова (singing)


  1. Albanian : Klodiana Keco
  2. Arabic : Leila Sami / ليلى سامي
  3. Arabic TV (2013) : Leila Sami / ليلى سامي
  4. Armenian (2016) : Milena Avanesyan / Միլենա Ավանեսյան​
  5. ​Brazilian : Luisa Palomanes
  6. Bulgarian : Stefaniya Georgieva / Стефания Георгиева
  7. Cantonese : Kelly Chen / Chan Wai-Lam / 陳慧琳
  8. Castilian : Paula Ribó
  9. Catalan : Paula Ribó
  10. Croatian : Judita Franković
  11. Czech : Barbora Šedivá
  12. Danish : Julie Zangenberg
  13. Dutch : Caro Lenssen
  14. English : Kelly Macdonald
  15. Estonian : Hele Kõrve
  16. Finnish : Heljä Heikkinen
  17. Flemish : Evelien Bosmans
  18. French : Bérénice Bejo
  19. German : Nora Tschirner
  20. Greek : Ioánna Pilihoú / Ιωάννα Πηλιχού
  21. Hebrew : Ilanit Gershon / אילנית גרשון
  22. Hindi (2016) : Neshma Chemburkar / नेश्मा चेम्बुरकर​
  23. Hungarian : Anna Lamboni
  24. Icelandic : Esther Talia Casey
  25. Indonesian (2014) : Nurul Ulfa
  26. Italian : Rossa Caputo
  27. Japanese : AKB48 / Ōshima Yūko / 大島優子
  28. Kabardian (2013) : Fatima Chekhmakhova / Фатима Чехмахова
  29. Kazakh : Ingkär Äbdirash / Іңкәр Әбдіраш​
  30. Korean : Kang So-Ra / 강소라
  31. Latin Spanish : Hiromi Hayakawa
  32. Latvian : Ilze Ķuzule-Skrastiņa
  33. Lithuanian : Judita Urnikytė
  34. Malay (201?) : ?
  35. Mandarin : Selina Ren / Rèn Jiā-Xuān / 任家萱
  36. Marathi (2015) : Neshma Chemburkar
  37. Norwegian : Charlotte Frogner
  38. Persian (201?) [Glory studio] : Arezoo Afari / آرزو آفری
  39. Polish : Dominika Kluźniak
  40. Portuguese : Daniela Ruah
  41. Putonghua : Jì Guān-Lín / 季冠霖
  42. Quebec French : Marilou Bourdon
  43. Romanian : Alina Chinie
  44. Russian : Elizaveta Arzamasova / Елизавета Арзамасова
  45. Serbian : Milena Moravčević / Милена Моравчевић
  46. Slovak : Lucia Molnárová
  47. Slovene : Ula Furlan
  48. Swedish : Amy Diamond
  49. Tagalog (2015) : ?
  50. Thai : Chanjira Nimpitakpong / จันทร์จิรา นิ่มพิทักษ์พงศ์
  51. Turkish : Beren Saat
  52. Ukrainian : Yuliia Shapoval / Юлія Шаповал​
  53. Vietnamese : 'Bảo Thy' Trần Thị Thúy Loan

Wreck-it-Ralph/Ralph Breaks the Internet

Albanian : Suela Xhonuzi​ Arabic : Ola Roshdy / علا رشدي Arabic TV (2013) : ? Brazilian : 'MariMoon' Mariana de Souza Alves Lima Bulgarian : Militsa Gladnishka / Милица Гладнишка [wikipedia] Cantonese : Gloria Tang / Dang Ji-Kei / 鄧紫棋​ [wikipedia] Castilian : Sandra Jara Catalan : Meritxell Ané Croatian : Sandra Hrenar Czech : Veronika Žilková Danish : Christiane Schaumburg Müller Dutch : Georgina Verbaan English : Sarah Silverman Estonian : Elisabet Reinsalu Finnish : Iina Kuustonen Flemish : Britt van der Borght French : Dorothée Pousséo German : Anna Fischer Greek : Kleopátra Rontíri / Κλεοπάτρα Ροντήρη Hebrew : Kineret Limoni / כנרת לימוני Hungarian : Bogdányi Titanilla Icelandic : Vigdís Hrefna Pálsdóttir​ Indonesian (2015) : ? Italian : Gaia Bolognesi Japanese : Morohoshi Sumire / 諸星すみれ [wikipedia] Korean : Ahn So-Yeon / 안소연 Latin Spanish : María Antonieta de las Nieves Latvian : ? Lithuanian : Rasa Samuolytė Malay : ? Mandarin : Céng Shī-Chún / 曾詩淳 [wikipedia] Norwegian : Sigrid Bonde Tusvik Persian (201?) [Glory studio] : Samin Mozafari / ثمین مظفری Polish : Jolanta Fraszyńska Portuguese : Carla Garcia Putonghua : Nana Tse / Xiè Nà / 谢娜​ [wikipedia] Quebec French : Catherine Brunet Romanian : Dorina Chiriac Russian : Natal'ya Medvedeva / Наталия Медведева [wikipedia] Serbian : Marija Maša Dakić / Марија Маша Дакић​ Slovak : Gabriela Dzuríková Slovene : Mojca Fatur [wikipedia] Swedish : Carla Abrahamsen Tagalog (2015) : ​Rona Aguilar Thai : Butsabong Thongon / บุษบง ทองอ่อน​ Turkish : Aysun Topar​ Ukrainian : Hanna Sobolieva / Ганна Соболєва Vietnamese : Đinh Ngọc Diệp


  1. Abkhaz (2018) : Saida Gabniya / Саида Габния (speaking & singing)
  2. Albanian : Suela Xhonuzi (speaking) & Antonela Çekixhi (singing)
  3. Arabic : Nesma Mahgoub / نسمة محجوب (speaking & singing)
  4. Brazilian : Taryn Szpilman (speaking & singing)
  5. Bulgarian : Nadezhda Panayotova / Надежда Панайотова (speaking & singing)
  6. Cantonese : Kitty Wong / Wong Ji-Haan / 黃紫嫻 (speaking) & Jobelle Ubalde / Baak Jan-Bo / 白珍寶 (singing)
  7. Castilian : Ana Esther Alborg (speaking) & Gisela (singing)
  8. Catalan : Mar Nicolás (speaking) & Gisela (singing)
  9. Croatian : Kristina Krepela (speaking) & Nataša Belošević-Mirković (singing)
  10. Czech : Andrea Elsnerová (speaking) & Monika Absolonová (singing)
  11. Danish : Maria Lucia Heiberg Rosenberg (speaking & singing)
  12. Dutch : Willemijn Verkaik (speaking & singing)
  13. English : Idina Menzel (speaking & singing)
  14. Estonian : Hanna-Liina Võsa (speaking & singing)
  15. Finnish : Katja Sirkiä (speaking & singing)
  16. Flemish : Elke Buyle (speaking & singing)
  17. French : Anaïs Delva (speaking & singing)
  18. German : Dina Kürten (speaking) & Willemijn Verkaik (singing)
  19. Greek : Sía Koskiná / Σία Κοσκινά (speaking & singing)
  20. Hebrew : Mona Mor / מונה מור (speaking & singing)
  21. Hindi (2015) : Sunidhi Chauhan / सुनिधि चौहान​ (speaking & singing)
  22. Hungarian : Farkasházi Réka (speaking) & Füredi ​Nikolett (singing)
  23. Icelandic : Ágústa Eva Erlendsdóttir (speaking & singing)
  24. Indonesian (2015) : Lis Kurniasih (speaking) & Mikha Sherly Marpaung (singing)
  25. Italian : Serena Autieri (speaking & singing)
  26. Japanese : Matsu Takako / 松たか子 (speaking & singing)
  27. Karachay-Balkar (2016) : Sultanlanı Zuxra / Султанланы Зухра (speaking) & Gerğoqalanı Xalimat / Гергъокъаланы Халимат (singing)
  28. Kazakh (2017) : Aynur Bermukhambetova / Айнұр Бермұхамбетова​ (speaking & singing)
  29. ​​Korean : Ahn So-Yeon / 안소연 (speaking) & Park Hye-Na / 박혜나 (singing)
  30. Latin Spanish : Carmen Sarahí (speaking & singing)
  31. Latvian : Jolanta Strikaite (speaking & singing)
  32. Lithuanian : Girmantė Vaitkutė (speaking & singing)
  33. Malay : Marsha Milan Londoh (speaking & singing)
  34. Mandarin : Liú Xiǎo-Yún / 刘小芸 (speaking) & Shennio Lin / Lín Xīn-Yí / 林芯儀 (singing)
  35. Norwegian : Lisa Stokke (speaking & singing)
  36. Persian (2014) [Glory studio] : Soodeh Fekri / سوده فکری (speaking) & Sarina Sayah / سارینا سیاح (singing)
  37. Persian (201?) [Avazheh studio] : Gilda Hamidi / گیلدا حمیدی (speaking) & Idina Menzel (singing - original version)
  38. Persian (201?) [Soren studio] : Mina Momeni / مینا مومنی (speaking & singing)
  39. Polish : Lidia Sadowa (speaking) & Katarzyna Łaska (singing)
  40. Portuguese : Maria Camões (speaking) & Ana Encarnação (singing)
  41. Putonghua : Zhōu Shuài / 周帅 (speaking) & Hú Wéi-Nà / 胡维纳 (singing)
  42. Quebec French : Aurélie Morgane (speaking) & Anaïs Delva (singing - French version)
  43. Romanian : Adina Lucaciu (speaking) & Dalma Kovács (singing)
  44. Russian : Anna Buturlina / Анна Бутурлина (speaking & singing)
  45. Serbian : Jelena Gavrilović / Јелена Гавриловић (speaking & singing)
  46. Slovak : Andrea Kiráľová-Somorovská (speaking & singing)
  47. Slovene : Alenka Kozolc Gregurić (speaking) & Nuška Drašček Rojko (singing)
  48. Swedish : Annika Herlitz (speaking & singing)
  49. Tagalog (2016) : Owen Caling (speaking & singing)
  50. Thai : Wichayanee Pia-klin / วิชญาณี เปียกลิ่น (speaking & singing)
  51. Turkish : Begüm Günceler (speaking and singing)
  52. Ukrainian : Alina Protsenko / Аліна Проценко (speaking) & Olha Shanis / 
  53. Ольга Шаніс (singing)
  54. Vietnamese : Đoàn Khánh Ái (speaking) & Dương Hoàng Yến (singing)


  1. Albanian (2017) : Laura Nezha​ (speaking & singing)
  2. ​Arabic : Ilham Sabri / إلهام صبري [credited as : Luma Sabri] (speaking) & Carmen Suleiman / كارمن سليمان‎‎ (singing)
  3. Bengali (2017) : ? (speaking) & Shruti Rane / श्रुति राणे (singing)​
  4. Brazilian : Any Gabrielly (speaking & singing)
  5. Bulgarian : Mihaela Marinova / Михаела Маринова​ (speaking & singing)
  6. Cantonese : Cecilia So / So Lai-Saan / 蘇麗珊 (speaking & singing)
  7. Castilian : Cristal Barreyro (speaking) & María Parrado (singing)
  8. Catalan : Cristal Barreyro (speaking) & Ana Fernández Pellicer​ (singing)
  9. Croatian : Mia Negovetić (speaking & singing)
  10. Czech : ​Michaela Doubravová-Tomešová (speaking & singing)
  11. Danish : Clara Rugaard-Larsen​ (speaking & singing)
  12. Dutch : Vajèn van den Bosch (speaking & singing)
  13. English : Auli'i Cravalho (speaking & singing)
  14. Estonian : Emma Tross (speaking) & Kelly Tulvik (singing)​
  15. Finnish : Yasmine Yamajako​ (speaking & singing)
  16. Flemish : Laura Tesoro (speaking & singing)
  17. French : Cerise Calixte (speaking & singing)
  18. German : Lina Larissa Strahl​ (speaking) & Debby Van Dooren​ (singing)
  19. Greek : Marína Sátti / Μαρίνα Σάττι (speaking & singing)
  20. Hawaiian (2017) : Auli'i Cravalho (speaking & singing)
  21. Hebrew : ​Meshi Kleinstein / משי קלינשטיין (speaking & singing)
  22. Hindi : Muskkaan Jafri​ / मुस्कान जाफरी (speaking) & Shruti Rane / श्रुति राणे (singing)​
  23. Hungarian : Faluvégi Fanni​ (speaking & singing)
  24. Icelandic : Agla Bríet Einarsdóttir (speaking & singing)
  25. Italian : Emanuela Ionica (speaking) & Chiara Grispo​ (singing)
  26. Japanese : Yabiku ​Tomona / 屋比久知奈 (speaking & singing)
  27. Kazakh : Nazerke Serikbolova / Назерке Серікболова (speaking & singing)
  28. Korean : Kim Soo-Yeon / 김수연 (speaking) & Kim So-Hyang / 김소향​ (singing)
  29. Latin Spanish : Sara Paula Gómez Arias (speaking & singing)
  30. Latvian : Vanda Siliņa​ (speaking & singing)
  31. Lithuanian : Dorotėja Kravčenkaitė​ (speaking & singing)
  32. Mandarin : Céng Shī-Chún / 曾詩淳 (speaking) & Monica Wu / Wú Yǐ-Yōu / 吳以悠​ (singing)
  33. ​Māori (2017) : Jaedyn Randell​ (speaking & singing)
  34. Norwegian : Nora Gjestvang​ (speaking & singing)
  35. Persian [Glory studio] : Yeganeh Ramezani / ​يگانه رمضاني (speaking & singing)
  36. Persian [Soren studio] : Mina Momeni / مینا مومنی (speaking & singing)
  37. Polish : Weronika Bochat (speaking & singing)
  38. Portuguese : Luz Fonseca (speaking) & Sara Madeira (singing)
  39. Putonghua : Liú Měi-Lín / 刘美麟​ (speaking & singing)
  40. Quebec French : Cerise Calixte​ (speaking & singing)
  41. Romanian : Ana Bianca Popescu (speaking & singing)
  42. Russian : Zinaida "Zina" Kupriyanovich / Зинаида Куприянович​ (speaking & singing)
  43. Serbian : Ivona Rambosek / Ивона Рамбосек​ (speaking & singing)
  44. Slovak : Monika Potokárová (speaking & singing)
  45. Slovene : Katja Ajster​ (speaking & singing)
  46. Swedish : Wiktoria Johansson (speaking & singing)
  47. Tahitian : Sabrina Laughlin (speaking & singing)
  48. Tamil (2017) : M. Haripriya (speaking & singing)
  49. Thai : 'Myra' Maneepat Molloy / 'ไมร่า' มณีภัสสร มอลลอย (speaking & singing)
  50. Turkish : Ezgi Erol​ (speaking & singing)
  51. Ukrainian : Marharyta Meleshko / Маргарита Мелешко (speaking & singing)
  52. Vietnamese : Trần Minh Như (speaking & singing)
  53. Special* :
  54. Indonesian : Maudy Ayunda
  55. Malay : Ayda Jebat​
  56. South African : Lira
  57. Tagalog (Filipino) : Janella Salvador