When you think of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants obviously, the second thing comes to mind is Disney movies. What, wait? You mean it’s not? Oh. Well, whatever, we’re doing it anyway.
Sure, Tibby’s the rebellious one with a penchant for blue hair dye. But who would her Disney counterpart be? Lena may be famously shy and unaware of her own grace and beauty, but which Disney character do those qualities also hold true for? Bridget can only be likened to a firecracker; so which Disney gal also embodies that metaphor? And of course, we can’t forget Carmen: the self-aware writer who feels deeply but who will also hit her enemies without a bout of unparalleled sass if need be. Which Disney character also exhibits Carmen’s notorious traits?
Here are The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants characters and their Disney counterparts.
Everyone’s favorite Wallman’s employee is known for her attitude. She has a bit of a temper and can be sassy when the situation warrants it, but by the end of her story (at least the first installment of it), she’s found true friendship with an unlikely character. See the picture we’re drawing here? Lilo, too, is a bit of an outcast; she pines after companionship and she ends up with an alien for a bestie; the most unlikely friend of all. Oh, and we cannot forget just how rebellious Lilo can be, let’s all remember that scene where she punches and bites her fellow hula girl.
Both Lena Kaligaris and Flower from Bambi are shy but beautiful. (No, they’re not both smelly, that’s not what we’re getting at!) They’re certainly not the loudest in the room, but they shine the brightest once they do open their mouths and let everyone know what they have to say.
Bridget’s mom tragically died when she was a teenager, just as Elsa’s did. Bridget was described by a therapist as being, “single-minded to the point of recklessness”; do we need to embed a YouTube video of Elsa’s grand musical soliloquy “Let It Go” down below? We didn’t think so… This pairing speaks for itself.
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Carmen feels with her whole heart and she desperately wants to be loved. But that fire burns both ways, and she’s comfortable serving up a double dosage of sass should the appropriate situation arise (ie. when she stormed out of her step-mother-to-be-’s wedding dress fitting and accused her new blonde step-sibling of not having an ass). But Carmen’s not the only one who can turn up. Marie from The Aristocats has to combat and compete with her two brothers on the daily, so she can hang too. Remember when she boldly declared, “Ladies don’t start fights but they can finish them.”
Do you agree with these Disney/SOTP doppelgangers? Let us know your thoughts below and be sure to comment who your Disney twin would be!