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John Stamos Shares Backstage Photo As Chef Louis In ‘The Little Mermaid Live!,’ Fans Say He Looks Like Stavros
The actor's Chef Louis character looks like a 'Full House' villain.
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John Stamos is bringing life to Chef Louis in The Little Mermaid Live!, but fans think he looks like a Full House character. After the actor posted several photos of himself dressed up as the fish-loving chef made famous in the 1989 Disney movie, Instagram followers said he looked more like Cousin Stavros, the character Stamos played in a dual role on the classic ABC sitcom he starred in back in the 1990s.

Stamos, who has been teasing his Chef Louis role in the live ABC musical for weeks, posted a backstage photo which showed him wearing a white chef’s hat and suit and a bushy mustache. Fan comments on the post were priceless as the 56-year-old actor was compared to the creepy Katsopolis cousin he played 25 years ago on Full House.

“Stavros is back!!’ one fan wrote.

“Def look like Stavros on Full House with the mustache,” another wrote.

“Stavros? Is that you?” another fan asked.

Several other fans thought Stamos looked like he was playing food mascot Chef Boyardee instead of Chef Louis. Others pegged him for another movie role.

“You look like Dustin Hoffman as Captain Hook in the movie Hook,” a fan wrote to Stamos.

While all of the observations were on point, there’s no doubt Stamos resembles Stavros the most in the new photo, which can be seen below.

If you need the backstory on Stavros Katsopolis, Stamos played his character, Uncle Jesse’s, lookalike con-artist cousin in a dual role in the Full House episode “Kissing Cousins” back in 1994. The sleazy womanizer tried to seduce Jesse’s wife, Becky (Lori Loughlin), in the Season 7 episode.

While Stamos’ Stavros only appeared in one episode of Full House’s eight-season run, the character remains one of the most memorable from the series.

Of course, Stamos left Stavros back in the ’90s and is happy to move on as he gets set to play Chef Louis in The Little Mermaid Live! In addition to his backstage photo, the actor posted some rehearsal footage alongside drawings of the animated version of his character.

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Of Course Auli'i Cravalho Is Nervous Taking on The Little Mermaid Live
by CHRIS HARNICK | Tue., Nov. 5, 2019 10:52 AM

From Moana to Ariel, it's all in a day's work for Auli'i Cravalho. But the Disney star knows just how special her role is in The Little Mermaid Live.

"It's fantastic. I am having such a wonderful time. I get to put on the iconic red wig, I get to bring my own life to her, I get to sing the iconic songs, I couldn't be happier," Cravalho told E! News in advance of the Tuesday, Nov. 5 live performance.

Cravalho stars opposite Queen Latifah, Shaggy, John Stamos and Graham Phillips in The Little Mermaid Live, a hybrid special including the original animated movie, puppets and live-action performances. The special, and Cravalho's involvement, was announced in August. So, what was it like when she found out she got the iconic role of Ariel?

"I remember there was a lot of screaming," she said. Cravalho said she was with her mom and they both freaked out, especially when they realized Cravalho will get to play both not one, but two Disney princesses already.

"I remember freaking out about that for a very long time. I'm so grateful to have been able to play Moana, and now I get to have another Disney princess that's associated to the water. I am truly so blessed," she said.

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And with the excitement comes nerves, Cravalho admitted. "My stomach is full of nerves right now…I've spoken to Jodi Benson who is the original voice actress of Ariel, and I just really want to do her proud," she said. Plus, her family will be watching. "There are a lot of motivating factors to just give my all on stage," she said.

Click play on the video above to hear more from Cravalho about the special and working with her costars.

The Little Mermaid Live airs Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. on ABC.



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Intervista alla bella Auli'i Cravalho che parla del film musical in cui sarà Ariel, dell'anniversario, del Classico e di Moana 2.

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'Little Mermaid Live!': Auli'i Cravalho has prepped for Ariel with 'a lot of ab exercises'
Erin Jensen USA TODAY
Published 8:10 AM EST Nov 5, 2019
Thirty years ago, Disney's "The Little Mermaid" became "Part of Your World."

To pay tribute to the animated 1989 feature, ABC will air “The Wonderful World of Disney presents The Little Mermaid Live!” Tuesday (8 EST/delayed PST), a hybrid musical event that combines the original movie with live performances of its songs. Ahead of the show, USA TODAY spoke with Auli'i Cravalho, who plays mermaid-who-wants-to-be-human Ariel, the girl with "gadgets and gizmos aplenty" and "whozits and whatzits galore."

The 18-year-old star, who made her acting debut as the title character in 2016's "Moana," spoke to USA TODAY last week from Portland, Oregon, where she's shooting her next film, "Sorta Like a Rock Star," and preparing for "Little Mermaid" rehearsals.

Question: You get to play Ariel! How are you feeling about that?

Auli'l Cravalho: I’m so excited! (screams) About a month ago, I think, I got to try on the wig for the first time, and it was crazy to see myself in the mirror with red hair. Then they put a red kind of dye in my eyebrows. And it made me look like, obviously, a completely different person, but it definitely put me in the headspace of Ariel, and I cannot wait to put on that iconic wig again.

Q: What can viewers expect when they tune in?

Cravalho: They can expect the amazing classic songs: “Under the Sea,” “Part of Your World,” “Poor Unfortunate Souls.” And then we also have some amazing songs from the Broadway version of “Little Mermaid,” which I’m really excited to sing because they’re new songs for many of the people, at least for those who are mostly familiar with the animation classic. Those are songs that kind of add some new life to the performance. We have, of course, Queen Latifah (Ursula the sea witch), Shaggy (Sebastian the crab), Graham Phillips (Prince Eric), an amazing cast – John Stamos (Chef Louis) – who are gonna add some really great flavor and new life to these classic characters as well.

Q: Do you have a favorite song to perform?

Cravalho: “Part of Your World” is really exciting to me because I get to do some aerial work in that. So Ariel gets to do aerial work, which I think is also the best pun in the world. And I’m really, really excited. I’ve been doing a lot of ab exercises, I’ve been doing a lot of crunches, a lot of planks.

Q: You mentioned aerials. What other tricks will be used to make it appear that the actors are underwater?

Cravalho: We have the animation playing for most of the show, except for the live performances. We have a fantastic stage that’s been created to really feel like an underwater kind of extravaganza. There’s wonderful puppeteers (who) are going to be scattered throughout the audience, and the audience will get to participate in the live show, wearing costumes, having props. So all in all, I think it will be a fantastic night for the live viewers and the people at home.

Q: I know there are reports of a “Moana” sequel? Is there anything you can share about that? Have you heard anything about that?

Cravalho: My lips stay sealed on that, but I’m really excited for whatever Disney’s coming up with.

Q: So, you would be on board for a sequel?

Cravalho: Yeah, yeah I would.

Q: Growing up, what were your favorite childhood movies?

Cravalho: I really loved “Mulan.” I loved “The Little Mermaid.” I suppose I really enjoyed the characters that went above and beyond to try something new and learn more about themselves. And I felt like "Mulan" and "The Little Mermaid" did that for me.

Q: When you tried out for "Moana," that’s obviously taking a risk and trying to do something beyond your current circumstances.

Cravalho: Yes, it was. I was a freshman in high school, and I didn’t think I was going to get into really anything musical. I didn’t think I was gonna get into the industry at all. I grew up in Hawaii. I didn’t think there were any jobs, really, that would come my way. But I was interested in microbiology, and so in kind of a twist of fate, my mom was like, 'Hey, so maybe you should actually go and try out for this.’ And I was like, 'No, I’m really nervous. I don’t think it will work out, anyway.’ And she was like, ‘Look, when an opportunity presents itself, you’ve got to go for it.’ And, I’m really glad that I followed her advice.

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Auli'i Cravalho parla della Sirenetta Live e del film live-action con Halle Bailey.


'Little Mermaid Live!': 'Moana' star Auli'i Cravalho is a Disney princess again
ByFred Topel

Auli'i Cravalho plays Ariel in "The Little Mermaid Live." File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo

Nov. 5 (UPI) -- As the voice of Disney's first islander princess Moana, Auli'i Cravalho never thought she'd get to play another Disney princess. But now she'll play Ariel in a live performance of The Little Mermaid.

"I'm not a greedy person," Cravalho told UPI in a recent interview. "I figure, 'Oh my gosh, one Disney princess, I'm set for life' and I truly am. I get to say that I am Moana for the rest of my life and now I'm honestly very honored."

The Little Mermaid has another Moana connection, too. Ron Clements and John Musker directed both the animated Little Mermaid and Moana.

"Because it's Ron Clements and John Musker, my wonderful directors from Moana, I get to pay homage to them for that 30th anniversary of Little Mermaid," Cravalho said.

Released in 1989, The Little Mermaid kick-started Walt Disney's animation renaissance, which continued through the '90s with Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King and Mulan. Cravalho is 18, so she never saw The Little Mermaid in theaters.

"I only saw it at home," she said. "It definitely came out before I was born. It definitely shaped my childhood, but I can't remember exactly when I saw it."

Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story, little mermaid Ariel lived in the sea with her friend Sebastian, the crab. Queen Ursula gave Ariel the chance to be human and walk on two legs. She fell in love with Eric, but Ursula had nefarious plans all along.

The Little Mermaid Live! not only will be a new princess role for Cravalho, but it also will challenge her to perform a live show in front of an audience.

"I didn't really get cast in many live musicals or live plays in high school, so I'm putting in a lot of extra work," Cravalho said. "I'm really excited for it, though, but it's very different from live-action or anything that's ever on tape."

Cravalho said even the question about a live performance gave her butterflies.

"Talking about it makes me even more nervous," she said.

The cast is filled with musicians who have entertained live audiences for their entire career, and Cravalho is relying on them.

"I have the most incredible people on my side," she said. "We've got Shaggy playing Sebastian and Queen Latifah as Ursula, so I know that I've got a lot of support from very experienced and wonderful people in the industry."

Cravalho will sing Ariel's song, "Part of Your World." Jodi Benson's rendition in the animated film has been famous for three decades.

"I get to sing it in my own voice," Cravalho said. "I, of course, listen to the incredible Jodi Benson in her gorgeous voice, but I myself sound a little bit different, so I can't wait to work with [songwriter] Alan Menken and let him hear what I've got."

Disney also is producing a live-action feature film adaptation of The Little Mermaid.

Halle Bailey will play Ariel in the film, so between the live-action movie and the live special, there will be a black and islander Ariel. Cravalho is Hawaiian.

"It's definitely time to make representation count, and I think it's beautiful to have different mermaids," Cravalho said. "I absolutely love that Halle is being cast. I myself am very honored to play this role as Ariel, and I think there's so much room for so many different types of Ariels, as well."

Cravalho had a regular role on NBC's short-lived Rise and an episode of Jordan Peele's Weird City. She will play Wendla Bergman in a film adaptation of Spring Awakening. During this time, she managed to finish high school, too.

"I graduated from high school in 2018," Cravalho said. "I got my diploma from my school in Hawaii, which is a very big win for me. I did all of my schooling online, as well as communicated with my teachers back at home to make sure that I graduated from my original school."

The roles keep coming, so Cravalho is holding off on college plans.

"I'm excited about the prospect of college," Cravalho said. "I don't exactly know what I want to go in for yet. I've also been told, excuse the pun, to ride the wave of this incredible journey that I'm on as far as acting and, well, the industry of entertainment, and I truly love it. It's definitely in my future. Just not right now."

Although Cravalho wrapped Moana years ago, it still plays daily in many children's homes.

"Whenever I hear kids say, 'Oh my gosh, you're so inspiring' and I say, 'Yeah, Moana really is,'" Cravalho said. "I still find my inspiration in her, as well."

The Wonderful World of Disney Presents The Little Mermaid Live! airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.

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What It's Like For The Little Mermaid Live's Auli’i Cravalho To Play Both Ariel And Moana
Cravalho has had a big last few years in Hollywood. In fact, the Hawaiian actress has gotten to play not one, but two Disney Princesses; or at least, she will once The Little Mermaid Live! airs on ABC. At that point she’ll have both Moana and Ariel under her belt.

Obviously, it’s easy to see why this is a big deal. Most people never get the opportunity to play one Disney princess, much less two. However, if you’ve been wondering what the opportunity has been like for Auli’i Cravalho, the actress recently revealed it’s been hard for her to describe, noting,

I don't know that there really is a way to describe the feeling of being able to play two Disney princesses. I am so honored to be not only Moana but lend my voice to Ariel. I couldn't imagine -- well, I don't think there are any more water princesses. I think I did them all.

I hadn’t even thought to connect the fact that Moana is an island princess who craves sailing and Ariel is a water princess who craves land until Auli’i Cravalho made these comments in an interview with EW, but she’s right. Most of Disney’s other princesses are firmly landlocked. Although, it’s worth pointing out we’ve seen Elsa trying to tame a raging ocean in one of the first look clips at Frozen II. Perhaps next Disney can create another water-oriented princess for Auli’i Cravalho to tackle.

As for The Little Mermaid Live!, the new program has been coming together over at ABC since 2017, but was postponed at one point due to budgetary issues before getting revived in 2019. At one point it looked like it might never happen, but then Auli’i Cravalho was cast back in August and the cast continued to fill out in the months subsequent. We've seen some early looks behind the scenes and more, which have revealed the actual movie will be playing along with the live action, and Cravalho has said this production will also not be "taking any liberties" with the original film's plot.

Although fans have seen these types of Live! productions before, The Little Mermaid Live! will actually be the first foray for ABC, so it's no real shock the network would want to go with such a notable property. What is interesting is the timing, considering ABC's parent company Disney also has it's own live-action version of The Little Mermaid in the works. That version will star Halle Bailey and other notable names and isn't expected to be released until 2021.

The TV production, however, is actually set to air on November 5 at 8 p.m. ET. So it's release is imminent. After which, Auli'i Cravalho can officially declare herself a Disney princess twice over.

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Da ABC7News:

Auli'I Cravalho, John Stamos, Queen Latifah ready to go under the sea with 'The Little Mermaid Live!'

Sandy Kenyon reports on "The Little Mermaid Live."

Tuesday, November 5, 2019 7:04PM
LAS VEGAS (WABC) -- Disney animated magic comes to life once again with a live action performance of "The Little Mermaid" on Tuesday night.

The show is expected to be unlike anything else. It will include parts of the animated movie and live performances.

Entertainment reporter Sandy Kenyon has more on the live action performance of 'The Little Mermaid.'

At the center of the live broadcast soars teenager Auli'I Cravalho as Ariel.

But she is backed up by an army both off screen and on.

Musician Shaggy will play Sebastian the crab. His experience performing live is vital for the new version of "The Little Mermaid."

"I've done these kinds of live situations so I don't know if there's a nervousness or craziness that's supposed to be, I'm just really excited and really happy to bring the character back in to give a Caribbean feel to it and all of that," he said.
The pivotal role of Ursula will be played by Queen Latifah.

"The actual movie will be playing, but then there are these musical numbers that go live," she said. "You'll see the characters pop-out and come to life."
RELATED: 'The Little Mermaid': Fun facts to celebrate movie's 30th anniversary

The cast has been in Las Vegas to practice going back and forth between the film and the live performances.

It all sounded pretty complicated to Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest when Queen Latifah visited "Live with Kelly and Ryan," but they all agreed the costumes are great.

"Wait til you see it, I got this latex number and my tentacles? My tentacles. Don't get me started on my tentacles," Queen Latifah said.

"The Wonderful World of Disney presents "The Little Mermaid Live!" on Tuesday, November 5th at 8|7c on ABC.

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Da Variety:

‘The Little Mermaid Live’ Team Talks More Musical Numbers, Aerial Work and Understudies
By Danielle Turchiano

The live television musical is a genre that has seen great evolution over the years. Some productions have employed inside/outside settings, while others have incorporated 360-degree oners, and many have created immersive experiences where the audience is part of the production. For ABC’s first foray into this special area of artistry, it is upping the ante further: “The Wonderful World of Disney: The Little Mermaid Live” mixes live-action song-and-dance numbers featuring puppetry, aerial work and live animals with the animation of the 30-year-old classic film.

“Everybody wanted to do something a little different,” executive producer Raj Kapoor tells Variety. “We had this whole creative team that comes from a vast range of experiences, and everyone wanted to put their own spin on it because we see this as blending the theatrical version with the feature film version with a live awards show meeting elements of the Super Bowl.”

The process to develop Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” into a live television event began more than two years ago, Kapoor explains. But a mere four months ago the creative team he references, which includes the other producers, director Hamish Hamilton and production designer Misty Buckley, started “dissecting the movie — examining how we were going to get in and out of the feature film to our live performances,” he continues.

Unlike past live television musicals, “The Little Mermaid” will play scenes from the original animated film on a screen in Stage 2 on the Burbank, Calif. Walt Disney Studios lot. This will keep the action of the story going as the crew resets the stage for next musical number, during which live-action performers will take the stage.

“Everything that you love about the movie is still intact. We literally just burst off the screen to do these musical numbers,” says John Stamos, who first played Chef Louis in the 2016 production of “The Little Mermaid” at the Hollywood Bowl and now reprises him for ABC.

For Stamos, being a part of ABC’s version is a chance to go “deeper into what I came up with” for the Hollywood Bowl version. “I started thinking this guy was insane, really, so I just wanted to play into that, and they were like, ‘Great, go with it.’ He’s a serial killer for fish and crabs, but he’s just manic. And with the Hollywood Bowl you sort of just stood there and did the thing, but with this, I’m chopping fish and I’m chasing crabs, and I get rid of one crab and there’s another one, and then I think I’ve got all of the crabs cooked and one comes out of the sky. It’s really incredible,” he says.

Enhancing the physicality of Chef Louis while he sings his infamous “Les Poissons” is just the tip of the iceberg for how ABC’s version of “The Little Mermaid” is expanding upon the iconic music of the story, though. While Kapoor admits that composer “Alan Menken’s original score is a masterpiece,” he shares they had the ability to re-score the project so that “even the movie that’s being played has an entirely new in-hand score, so the audio dynamics completely match what will be recorded live.” The production brought in a 45-piece orchestra for this new score — which will be featured on the show’s soundtrack, dropping the same night as the television event.

But that is not all that has been tweaked. Auli’i Cravalho, who plays the titular Ariel, shares that her version of the character is “a little bit more sassy” than in the animated film. “I think she’s got a little bit more spunk to her,” she says. “Admittedly that is myself, that’s also what I brought to Moana: She’s strong and she wants to do something different from her parents and from those around her.”

Graham Phillips, who plays Prince Eric, says there will be new insight given into his character, as well. “He’s lost both of his parents, and he’s decided to go off on a ship, and [when] he goes off on this adventure, he finds this girl who, literally, when he falls overboard brings him back to life. There’s something really interesting about that need to get back into a place where he feels alive again,” he says. “Sometimes it feels like there’s a girl he has a crush on, but it’s a lot more than that: If it wasn’t for her, he wouldn’t be alive and he wouldn’t have his vitality back after God knows how long of him being in the dumps.”

The spoken dialogue of the film will play as animated, but “The Little Mermaid Live” will lean heavier on the music to reach its audience emotionally. For this, too, Kapoor says the production made notable changes, including altering some of the lyrics “because things that people reacted to 30 years ago are a little different now, and we wanted to maybe have Ariel be a little more present and feel like she had a little more of a voice, even when she doesn’t.” But they also wanted to be able to celebrate some of the featured characters in a new and unique way.

While the 1989 film had four iconic character songs, ABC’s version is tripling that, in part by pulling from some of the material that was developed for the Broadway version of the story. This allows for the “Daughters of Triton” number that originally last for less than a minute in the movie to become more of a centerpiece for the characters of Ariel’s sisters, introduced by a brand-new emcee character, played by Amber Riley.

“I kind of channeled Whitney Houston,” Riley says of her character.

Additionally, Prince Eric, who never sang in the animated film, is now a part of four out of the 12 numbers.

“I started out doing opera and Broadway and whatnot, so it feels like a homecoming for me,” says Phillips. “I’ve always felt more comfortable on stage, doing something live, than I do on camera for some reason. In a strange way it feels less contrived because there’s a degree of commitment that requires you to really be fully present that you don’t always get when you’re doing 15 takes. You’ve only got one shot at this.”

In order to adequately prepare for the one-take on show night, the performers have been working for approximately a month, taking part in costume fittings and choreography rehearsals with choreographers RJ Durell and Nick Florez, which led to camera blocking and tech rehearsals. Those performers who will be taking flight in the show, such as Cravalho, also went to Las Vegas to have aerial rehearsal with Fly by Foy.

“I’m in a harness — in a tail, in a wig, in full hair and makeup and singing. It’s been challenging, but I’ve loved the challenge,” she says. “I do crunches before getting into the harness to tighten my core and not to get injured.”

The first full dress rehearsal for the cast did not take place until the day before the live show, on Monday, Nov. 4. In fact, some of the performers, such as Stamos and Shaggy (who plays Sebastian) had not even met until the dress rehearsal.

“No pun but I’m like a fish out of water, really. But that was also part of the excitement of why I wanted to do it. I’ve never done anything like this theatrical production — and I think if they had offered me this 10 years ago, I would have probably said no. But where I am in my career, in my mind, what I’ve already accomplished and done, it feels like the right time,” Shaggy says.

Although the role of Sebastian the crab went to a human, “The Little Mermaid Live” is not shying away from different representations of different animals. Many of the fish and other underwater creatures are done as puppets, for example, but Prince Eric’s beloved dog Max is a real dog — the only live animal in the show. Bagel, an English Sheepdog, plays Max the dog, and came with her trainer to all of the rehearsals that her human costars had to.

“Our show is so layered with people flying and puppeteers, and we also have a dog, but we also have kids. I think the youngest people in our cast are eight years old, but we also have people in our cast who are 72 years old. We have a live audience of about 500 who will get to take part in an interactive way, with performers coming into the audience and bubbles for the kids,” says Kapoor. “We wanted to celebrate all different ethnicities, all different body types, all different ages and have people feel like they could be part of our show. We kind of have everything under the sun because we wanted it to be a family celebration.”

Prior to going true live, the production is running through the show three full times. Kapoor notes that they “definitely have understudies and we are taping all three of our full run-throughs.” After performer Brennin Hunt broke his foot ahead of Fox’s live version of “Rent” in January, the team behind “The Little Mermaid Live” wanted to make sure they had a contingency plan. Fox ended up airing the previous night’s performance, which had been shot live-to-tape, and then went true live for the final act.

“We would never want to have to do what Fox did, but that is one of our backups as well,” Kapoor admits.

Yet, injuries aside, Stamos is one performer who believes the fun of a live show is seeing something go wrong. “Unless you’re screwing up or something funny happens, you may not really know it’s live. I remember they did ‘ER’ live years ago and the east coast one went so perfect they told [George] Clooney, ‘In the next one, kick a camera, mess it up a little bit.’ So that’s what I’m going to do,” he says.

“The Little Mermaid Live” airs Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Vogliamo parlare del Flounder di questa versione? In rete è tutto un meme ph34r.gif rofl1.gif .

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Sì su Flounder ci sono state delle polemiche.
Qui l'articolo di Badtaste:

La Sirenetta: la rete è impazzita per il look di Flounder nello show live della ABC

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6 novembre 2019 13:45 · aggiornato il 6 novembre 2019 alle 13:28

Ieri è andato in onda sulla ABC il musical live basato su La sirenetta della Disney. Nel cast si sono distinte come voci principali Auli’i Cravalho e Queen Latifah nei ruoli di Ariel e di Ursula, ma non è su di loro che si sono concentrate le reazioni su Twitter. A rubare la scena, in senso negativo, è stato il pupazzo di Flounder, il simpatico pesciolino amico della protagonista. La versione apparsa in tv aveva, a giudizio di molti, ben poco dell’aspetto paffuto e gioioso del personaggio, e anzi è stato giudicato, a voler essere gentili, un po’ deludente.
Quello che rimane all’indomani sono i meme e le reazioni più divertenti apparse in rete. Ecco le migliori:
Come penso di apparire vs. come appaio veramente.

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Foto che posto io vs. foto in cui sono taggato.

Posted Photo vs Tagged Photo #TheLittleMermaidLive
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Sono seriamente preoccupata per Flounder.

Jackie Padilla
I’m REALLY concerned about Flounder #LittleMermaidLive
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Credo che Flounder stia avendo una crisi esistenziale.

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I think Flounder is having an existential crisis. #TheLittleMermaidLive
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Sto guardando il live della Sirenetta… perché Flounder sembra essere passato attraverso Chernobyl?

Just watched #LittleMermaidLive .....why does Flounder look like he came through Chernobyl.....
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Tu vs. il Flounder di cui lei ti ha detto di non preoccuparti.

Tyler Roney
You vs. the flounder she told you not to worry about. #TheLittleMermaidLive
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Lo psicoterapeuta: “il pupazzo di Flounder del Live della Sirenetta non è reale e non può farti del male”.
Il pupazzo di Flounder dal live della Sirenetta: …

Therapist: the Flounder puppet from #TheLittleMermaidLive isn’t real and can’t hurt you
The Flounder pupet from Little Mermaid Live:
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(Sei minuti prima dell’inizio)
Il regista: “M**da, ci siamo dimenticati Flounder!”
Il produttore: “Posso andare a prenderlo al Party City”.
Il regista: “Sbrigati. Qui ci sono 5 dollari”.

Mike “MattinglysSideburns” Beauvais
[Six minutes before the #LittleMermaidLive began]

DIRECTOR: Crap, we forgot about Flounder!

PRODUCER: I can go to Party City.

DIRECTOR: Hurry. Here’s exactly $5.
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Io: Mamma, possiamo prendere Flounder?
Mamma: Ne abbiamo già uno a casa.
Il Flounder a casa:

Me: Mom, can we get Flounder?

Mom: We have Flounder at home.

Flounder at home:
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Anche Flounder è diventato una “triste anima sola”.

Flounder is now a poor unfortunate soul himself #TheLittleMermaidLive
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È il live della Sirenetta, ma Flounder sembra quello dello spettacolo Disney on ice.

#TheLittleMermaidLive but flounder looks like the Disney on ice version
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Sto perdendo la testa per colpa di questo pupazzo di Flounder.

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I’m losing my mind over this Flounder puppet. #LittleMermaidLive
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Ma perché Flounder sembra uscito fuori dritto da Lazy Town?

why does flounder look like he came straight off of LazyTown🤣💀 #LittleMermaidLive #TheLittleMermaidLive
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Una reazione video:

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Little mermaid live needs more live footage & less shots from the movie. BTW flounder looks terrible #notimpressed
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La Sirenetta: Auli’i Cravalho star del musical trasmesso live da ABC!
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Comunque il musical in tv è stato un successo, ha trionfato ieri sera su ABC.

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La Sirenetta Live!
Trionfa il musical speciale di ABC La Sirenetta Live! (video dopo il salto) che ha festeggiato i 30 anni dell’iconico classico Disney, a seguire non ne beneficia troppo la serie flop Emergence che comunque guadagna 2 decimi. Su FOX al ritorno dopo 2 settimane di pausa dovute alle World Series, è stabile The Resident, mentre cala al nuovo minimo storico Empire, nuovi minimi anche per le serie The CW The Flash e Arrow entrambe giù di 1 decimo. Su CBS tocca il minimo anche NCIS, stabili FBI e NCIS: New Orleans, guadagna 1 decimo The Voice su NBC a seguire scende al nuovo minimo This Is Us, in calo anche New Amsterdam.

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Show Talent Reality Quiz Game A = Attualità

Finale di Stagione Novità Nuova Stagione Winter Finale Fall Finale Finale di Serie Ritorno

Slot Show/ Serie Audience Rating 18/49/ Share Rating 18/34 Giovani Rating 25/54 Over
20.00 La Sirenetta Live! ShowLive 8,98 2,6/12 2,0 3,1
22.00 Emergence New 3,47 0,7/4 0,5 1,0
Slot Show/ Serie Audience Rating 18/49/ Share Rating 18/34 Giovani Rating 25/54 Over
20.00 NCIS New 10,74 1,0/5 0,5 1,7
21.00 FBI New 8,54 0,8/4 0,4 1,4
22.00 NCIS: New Orleans New 6,61 0,7/4 0,3 1,1
Slot Show/ Serie Audience Rating 18/49/ Share Rating 18/34 Giovani Rating 25/54 Over
20.00 The Voice TalentNew 8,11 1,3/6 0,7 2,0
21.00 This Is Us New 6,69 1,3/6 0,7 2,0
22.00 New Amsterdam New 5,01 0,7/4 0,4 1,1
Slot Serie/ Show Audience Rating 18/49/ Share Rating 18/34 Giovani Rating 25/54 Over
20.00 The Resident New 3,42 0,7/4 0,5 1,0
21.00 Empire New 2,49 0,7/4 0,5 0,9
The cw
Slot Serie/ Show Audience Rating 18/49/ Share Rating 18/34 Giovani Rating 25/54 Over
20.00 The Flash New 1,20 0,4/2 0,3 0,5
21.00 Arrow New 0,62 0,2/1 0,2 0,3
N.B. In verde le variazioni in positivo, in rosso quelle in negativo.

Variazioni Rating:

Dancing With The Stars (ABC) – 0,2
All American ® (The CW) – 0,1
Black Lightning ® (The CW) – 0,1
The Good Doctor ® (ABC) – 0,2

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