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Disneyland Paris is hiring new Disney princes and princesses


Could you be the next Disney princess? (Picture: Getty)

Have you ever dreamed of living your life at Disneyland, channeling your inner Cinderella?

Well, now you can, as Disneyland Paris is looking for ‘enthusiastic and highly energetic people’ to cast as Disney characters.

The park is looking for people to perform as famous Disney characters to participate in their parade and cavalcades, and to portray Disney princesses and princes.

There are currently 50 positions available, and there will be an open audition in Dublin on 8 June.

The Disney park is being pretty specific about what they’re looking for.

While everyone must have basic dance skills, they’re looking for both female and male Disney prince and princess lookalikes.

You should apply now! (Picture: WireImage)

The females must be between 160cm and 173cm in height, and have ‘elegance, graceful qualities and no visual tattoos’.

And males must be between 160cm and 183cm in height, and must have ‘compelling masculine features and no visual tattoos’.

The job listing reads: ‘This position includes night work and is thus open to candidates who are of legal age in France, that is 18 years old, pursuant to French law applicable to the protection of young workers.

‘Candidates must speak English or French and must be available until 6pm.’

If you’re wanting to audition as a Disney prince or princess, you must go to the audition wearing comfortable clothing, because you’ll have your dance moves tested, and you musn’t wear any makeup.

Street shoes or shoes with black soles are also not allowed.

So basically, if you have no tattoos, you look like a Disney princess and you can dance, this job is perfect for you.

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