Which Disney Channel Girl are you most like?

This fun Which Disney Channel Girl are you most like quiz will let you know which of the famous disney princesses are you. This quiz is suited for girls of all ages.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs It is believed that Snow White was based on the German fairy tale “Schneewittchen,” which was featured in the 1937 Disney animated picture Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It is Snow White who has the distinction of becoming the first Princess in the very first Disney animated picture, paving the way for all other princesses to follow. Adriana Caselotti is the actress that does the voice of Snow White and sings in the film. It is the Prince who is her genuine love, and it is only with the kiss of pure love that she can be awoken from her perpetual sleep. She is the youngest of the official Disney Princesses, having been born at the age of 14.

Cinderella Cinderella is the titular protagonist of her eponymous film as well as two sequels, and she is the second Disney Princess to be created. She is based on the European fairy tale of the same name, which has been adapted into a number of different versions. It is based on the French version of the same title. Cinderella’s singing voice is provided by Ilene Woods in the original Disney version, Jennifer Hale in the sequels, and Tamara Tappan in Cinderella III. Ilene Woods is the voice and singing voice of Cinderella in the original Disney version, Jennifer Hale in the sequels, and Tamara Tappan in Cinderella III. She is the only Disney Princess to have siblings (although step-siblings), and she is 19 years old when she makes her debut. Cinderella is the first Disney Princess to be married into royalty, having done so in the story of Snow White (she marries Prince Charming).

Aurora ‘Sleeping Beauty’ is a film based on the famous fairy tale about a beautiful princess who falls asleep under an enchantment and is rescued by a charming prince. Aurora is the film’s title character and the film’s main character. Aurora has reached the age of sixteen. When Aurora speaks or sings, she is voiced and sang by Mary Costa, who has a strong British accent. The original narrative is substantially harsher in tone than the Disney film adaptation of it. After sustaining a splinter, she falls under the influence of an Italian charm, and the remainder of the story is too graphic to discuss here. Disney’s version was based on the French version, which in turn was based on the Italian version of the film. Aurora holds the distinction of being both the Princess with the shortest amount of screen time and the Princess who sings more of her lines than she speaks them, according to the film’s official website. Due to her status as the first and only child of a king (Monarch Stefan) and the fact that she is likely married to Prince Phillip, the firstborn son and heir of a king, Aurora has the purest lineage of any Disney Princess (King Hubert).

According to The Little Mermaid television series, Ariel is a character from the Danish fairytale by Hans Christian Anderson. She appears in three films: The Little Mermaid (although the title of the main female protagonist is shared with Melody) and The Little Mermaid III, as well as a television series called The Little Mermaid (although the title of main female protagonist is shared with Melody). Jodi Benson is the voice of Ariel in all of her Disney animated appearances, and she performs both the speaking and singing parts. Ariel is the first Disney Princess who was not born human, and she is also the first Disney Princess who has been verified to have children, as she and Eric have a daughter, Melody, in the sequel to Ariel and the Lost Princess. Having been sixteen years old in the first film when the sequel takes place, she is likely to be in her late twenties in the sequel. Originally, Ariel was known as Princess by her father, King Triton, and she shared the honor of being a Princess with her six older sisters. Prince Eric is given the title of Princess Consort as a result of their marriage, albeit it is unclear if he is an uncrowned Prince Regnant (as is most likely), the son of a King, or a combination of both.

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  • Question of

    What is your favorite subject in school?

    • Music & Art
    • Lunch!
    • Math & Science
    • English & Spanish
    • School? Ha!
  • Question of

    What is your favorite food group?

    • Vegetable
    • Meat
    • Dairy
    • Grain
    • Fruit
  • Question of

    What do you like to do in your spare time?

    • Skateboard, sports
    • Sing, dance, and act
    • Read books and study for tests
    • Fix my hair!
    • Hang out with my friends, go to the mall
  • Question of

    What is your favorite kind of movie?

    • As long as I know what they’re talking about any movie is fine!
    • Romantic Movies
    • Comedy
    • Horror
    • Drama
  • Question of

    What do you want to be when you’re older?

    • An actress
    • A female skate boarder or maybe a soccer player
    • A award winning singer
    • The first female president
    • A fashion designer
  • Question of

    What is your favorite genre of music?

    • Hip hop
    • Karaoke
    • Pop
    • R&B
    • Classical
  • Question of

    Do you consider yourself a tomboy, all American girl, girly girl, or brainy beauty?

    • Brainy Beauty
    • All American Girl
    • Girly girl/ Brainy beauty
    • Tomboy
    • Girly Girl
  • Question of

    What is your favorite hairstyle?

    • Wavy and brown
    • Blonde with highlights
    • As long as its out of my way I’m fine
    • Brunette and curly
    • I just LOVE fowhawks!
  • Question of

    What do you watch on television?

    • MTV
    • The Soap Operas
    • What’s television?
    • Sports Mania
    • The Discovery Channel
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    Did you like this quiz?

    • It was great
    • No! Why are you talking to me?
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    • Yes it was very knowledgeable
    • Yea it was cool

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