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    This Is What The Voices Of Disney Princesses Look Like In Real Life

    They're true vocal royalty.

    Snow White, voiced by Adriana Caselotti

    Royal Fact: According to Harry Stockwell, who voiced the Prince in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Adriana snuck into the film's premiere because she didn't have a ticket!

    Cinderella, voiced by Ilene Woods

    Royal Fact: Walt Disney once told Woods that Cinderella was his favorite Disney heroine.

    Sleeping Beauty, voiced by Mary Costa

    Royal Fact: Costa, an opera singer, performed at President John F. Kennedy's memorial service at the request of his wife, Jackie.

    Ariel, voiced by Jodi Benson

    Royal Fact: Benson cameoed in 2007's Enchanted as a receptionist.

    Belle, voiced by Paige O'Hara

    Royal Fact: O'Hara does her own paintings of Belle in her free time!

    Jasmine, voiced by Linda Larkin

    Royal Fact: During production, Larkin was almost fired from her role in Aladdin by studio chief Jeffrey Katzenberg. Luckily the film's directors fought for Larkin, and she was given a second chance.

    Pocahontas, voiced by Irene Bedard

    Royal Fact: Bedard portrayed Pocahontas' mother in 2005's live-action The New World, which isn't affiliated with the Disney movie in any way.

    Mulan, voiced by Ming-Na Wen

    Royal Fact: Ming-Na Wen provided the speaking voice for Mulan, but Lea Salonga provided Mulan's singing she did for Jasmine in Aladdin!

    Tiana, voiced by Anika Noni Rose

    Royal Fact: At the request of the actress, the animators drew Tiana as left-handed — just like Noni Rose herself!

    Rapunzel, voiced by Mandy Moore

    Royal Fact: "I See the Light," which Moore performed with Zachary Levi in Tangled, was nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe, and won a Grammy.

    Merida, voiced by Kelly Macdonald

    Royal Fact: Macdonald also played The Grey Lady in the final Harry Potter film.

    Anna, voiced by Kristen Bell

    Royal Fact: Bell rehearsed with Idina Menzel (the voice of Elsa) at Menzel's house, and described working with the accomplished vocalist as "nerve-wracking."

    Elsa, voiced by Idina Menzel

    Royal Fact: Menzel is the only vocalist ever to win a Tony and have a top 10 Billboard hit, which she accomplished with the smash "Let It Go."