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March 18, 2020 / Posted by:

Now, if I was a Disney character performer, and my face fell off a quick second after I sashayed onto the stage, I’d face the audience with my real human face in full view for all the children to see, and say “Fuck this JOB!” before going off stage to head to the nearest bar. But when it happened to a Disney character performer, she acted like the professional she is by protecting the illusional of it all and using her plastic butt wig as a shield to cover her real human face. Even Meryl Streep wouldn’t do that shit!

This video is all the way from the olden times in 2014, and it made the rounds in 2015, but I didn’t see it until it made the rounds again yesterday. I know, here I was thinking that I’ve seen everything on the internet since I live on the internet 24/7, and I come across something old that I haven’t seen. I better find a way to stay on the internet 25 hours a day. But anyway, at the beginning of some show called The Incredibles’ Super Incredible Dance Party at Disney World in Florida in 2014, a DJ introduced the one and only Elastigirl, and while walking out on stage, she tripped, fell, and off came her face as the DJ shouted, “Girl power oooh nooo!” After her face fell off, she quickly covered her real face with that wig and went off stage. I’m pretty sure that The Weeknd’s I Can’t Feel My Face is about this:

The Kartrashians probably looked at that video like, “Pfft, amateur!”, since they get their factory-made plastic faces welded on by a professional.

And in that video, you’re either the woman who pressed pausing on her clapping or you’re Elastigirl who lost face and then blindly walks off in a cloud of embarrassment. Please, we’re all Elastigirl.

Pic: TikTok

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