Introducing Ukrainian artist Helen Morgun, who’s well-known for her incredible drawings of celebrities as Disney characters. With just under 92,000 followers on Instagram and over 350 posts, we couldn’t resist selecting our top 30 of Morgun’s transformations.
Does that make Zendaya Wendy?
Maybe it’s time for Collins to drop Emily In Paris and become a Disney princess once and for all.
Fun fact: Heath Ledger’s first role was actually in a school play of Peter Pan, aged 10.
This one kind of goes without saying, since Stone played Cruella in the 2021 live-action adaptation of the 101 Dalmatians franchise.
Yep, Adam is the hot prince from Beauty and the Beast. Shame Styles currently has shorter hair, because otherwise, they would have been near-identical.
Morgun shared on Instagram that although she thought of Harry Styles as Tarzan first, she then changed her mind and decided on Jason Momoa instead. Good pick, we say.
Aka Disney’s portrayal of Pocahontas’ ‘boo’.
I’m sure Taylor Swift would agree with Morgun on that one—after all, Flynn Rider is known as a self-obsessed thief. Sounds familiar?
How could we mention this queen without transforming her into a Disney character too?
Ever thought about how weird it is for Cinderella’s man to be called Prince Charming? Does that make her Cinderella Charming?
We love the fact that Morgun kept Zayn Malik’s real tattoo on his Disney version!
Oohlala, forget about the bad boy from The Vampire Diaries, we’re ready for some good guy acting.
Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire definitely made a lot of us realise we were into girls…
Two down-to-Earth beauties!
The voice of an angel and the ponytail—this one is spot on. Not to mention she performed a rendition of Meg’s ‘I won’t say I’m in love’ back in 2020.
Again, we’re not surprised here either since Halle Bailey is set to play Ariel in the 2023 live-action movie The Little Mermaid.
Aren’t they both giving off the same energy? Yzma from The Emperor’s New Groove was such a vibe.
As long as Drake doesn’t play the Beast, we’re fine with this one…
If the sight of Chris Hemsworth’s biceps is enough to scramble your mind as to which Disney movie has Zeus in it, it’s from Hercules.
Hermione? Let it go, let it gooo.
What a pair!
Doesn’t Rami Malek already have a cartoon-like face?
Can we please get a blue-haired Tom Hiddleston in real life?
Aka Rapunzel’s evil but hot fake mum.
Let’s be honest here, Angelina Jolie put aside, Eva Green would have made a great Maleficent.
If you couldn’t see the similarities before now, then you really lack some imagination.
Technically not a Disney movie but how could we forget about Anastasia?
It’s not news to anyone that Disney princesses are at the heart of Disney culture—given how most Disney movies centre around their stories, in turn, leaving an unforgettable influence on our childhood. They are often the titular characters in their films, they sing songs that are so catchy you can never truly get them out of your head and wear emblematic costumes that are still being sold to dreamy little kids to this day.
And yet, our favourite Disney princesses like Belle or Mulan are not the youngest to say the least, which means, as much as we love them, they could use a bit of a makeover. That’s where TikToker @vanotyarts (real name Yudelmis San Emeterio) comes in to save the day with her amazing artistic skills and her princesses reimagined as modern-day style icons.
Forget about Snow White’s seven besties, the real star of the show is now this pair of flared trousers.
I always thought that modern-day Ariel would be into crochet tops. Turns out I was right.
Let’s be honest here, Jasmine’s original look remains fabulous to this day. After all, there’s a reason Kim Kardashian dressed up as her on Saturday Night Live. But San Emeterio’s subtle update on Jasmine’s hairstyle is simply to die for!
I know Belle loves to read and all that, but that does mean she doesn’t get to experiment with her clothes either. Please note how perfect her new bag would be to carry her books around.
Though not always the go-to favourite for young Disney enthusiasts, Mulan’s character is a force to be reckoned with, and aged 26, I’m not ashamed to admit that all of her outfits slap. Can’t say no to an added pair of grandpacore-esque ugly dad shoes, however.
If you think Mulan deserves even more of a kick-ass transformation, check out this one where she’s sporting a gnarly tattoo:
Tiana’s new look screams strong and independent woman and I’m here for it. I can’t help but think that San Emeterio would agree with our take on princesscore. And if green doesn’t suit your taste, check this other transformation the artist has created:
Speaking of strong and independent princesses, how cool does Merida look in dungarees?
Kristoff’s name shouldn’t really be on this list but come on, how could you resist the beard? Also, loving the chokers on the sisters.
What a babe.
All it took was to replace Cinderella’s pink lip with a bold red one.
Not a princess, but a queen nonetheless.
Giving off model vibes and I’m here for it.
Crazy what a bit of eyeliner can do.
Short hair, don’t care.
Last but not least, Rapunzel and what looks like the most complicated hairstyle ever.