They were spotted at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on March, 2014.
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A pop princess met a Disney princess at the Magic Kingdom and it was all in celebration of Ariana Grande’s 21st birthday on June, 2014.
She was met by Mickey Mouse in front of Cinderella Castle. Then, Prince Charming and Cinderella helped celebrate with a Blue-hued birthday cake.
In this video, Grande — a Florida native — discusses the Magic Kingdom Park celebration and more:
Friday, November 7, 2014
Michael J. Fox and ABC News' anchor George Stephanopoulos were with their wives (Tracy Pollan and Alexandra Wentworth) and children for an October 2014 vacation at Walt Disney World Resort.
Photo by David Roark at the Magic Kingdom
Thursday, November 6, 2014
On October 2014, Gwen Stefani visited Disney California Adventure park, and took this photo with Sulley in Hollywood Land.
Gwen Stefani, Gwen’s niece, Stella and Gwen’s sons Zuma and Kingston:
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Actor Alfonso Ribeiro took a break from dance rehearsals (Dancing with the Stars) to visit Disneyland park for Halloween on October 2014. He took a photo with Minnie Mouse.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Djimon plays Korath in the film, who is a loyal lieutenant under the villain Ronan’s command. He celebrated the film opening in theaters by visiting Walt Disney World on August 2014.
In this videos, he talks about his role:
Monday, November 3, 2014
Joe Morton, who plays “Papa Pope” on 'Scandal' stopped by the Walt Disney World on July 2014 to narrate a performance of “The Lion King: Concert in the Wild” during Harambe Nights at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Check out the video below:
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John Rhys-Davies, who portrayed Indy’s friend, Sallah, visited the Disneyland Resort on June 2014.
John told Disney that despite his appearance inside the queue of the attraction for nearly 20 years, this would actually be the very first time he would ride it and that he was thrilled to be able to bring along his eight-year-old daughter, Maia (pictured here with a family friend) for her very first Disneyland visit. “The best way to see Disneyland, actually, is with children and through a child’s eyes,” John said. “It’s a joy to come here with my daughter, who’s come all the way from New Zealand.”
After riding the attraction twice, John said, “It’s really wonderful, isn’t it? It’s a great rollicking adventure. It’s just the right side of scary.” Maia added, “It was absolutely petrifying! I quite liked the boulder where it drops down. Oh, and the snake!”