Favourite Disney Princesses
The Top Ten
Reasons why Belle is the Best Disney Princess:
1. She doesn't want a prince
2. Her name means beauty
3. Asserts nerd pride and reads, despite the town mocking her
4. Rejects the good-looking jerk for the kind-hearted Beast
5. Has the ability to break spells with her tears
6. Wasn't born a princess
7. She doesn't need talking animals... SHE has talking FURNITURE
Belle is by far the best princess. She may be beautiful, but she doesn't spend her time maintaining her looks, she prefers reading. She doesn't fall in love with men because of their looks (cough cough ariel, sleeping beauty, snow white, cinderella, etc), but for their character. She's intelligent, kind, brave, and adventurous. She's not satisfied with a hum drum life of low expectations; she dreams of more, of adventure, and of someone who loves/accepts her for who she is. Plus she loves books above all things, above materialistic pursuits, appearances and shallow parties and people. She encourages girls to love knowledge and to express compassion and to not be obsessed with looks and societal standards.
You are so right Belle is the best princess out of all the other princesses in fact she is better then that!
Kind, intelligent, rejects the idiotic Gaston's advances even in a time when marriage was expected only one problem the bestiality thing
Oh please tell me more how Belle doesn't need a man to save her especially the moment when she was attacked by wolves or closed with her dad at home when people went to kill her friends. Tell me more how smart she is, taking into account that she didn't show her brain at all in the movies except from the moment when she was bragging that she reads and everybody else are little people because they do not do so and they have work to do unlike her who has plenty of time to read books and lie in a grass. Tell me more how she saved her prince, especially the moment when she showed everyone that there is a beast who lives nearby before that nobody was aware of the fact. Tell me more how she didn't need love in her life taking into account that the books that she read (and her favorite) are love stories. I never understood this cartoon she fells in love with a beast who almost killed her dad and kept her as a prisoner but still the beast is good and Gaston who wanted to put her dad into ...more
Mulan shows independence, maturity, bravery, everything a lot of the mother princesses seem to be lacking. She is a amazing role model for young girls, by her being the heroine, saving a whole country and the person she loves, yet putting her family before love, and making her man come to her rather than the other way around. She risks her life for her family, she was never in danger in the first place, not directly at least, yet she goes to war instead of her father to fight, putting herself in danger. She shows intelligence and strong characteristics. The best princess shouldn't be judged on beauty or singing voice, but how much of a role model they are, and show the young girls of today that it's good to be independent, instead of waiting around for true love and wanting to be beautiful.
I agree, great writing!
Mulan has to be the best, after hearing what you said. Inspiring words!
Mulan truly is the best. Here are the other's flaws:
Cinderella- timid. Teaches other girls that dreams and success come to you, and you don't have to work to chase it.
Snow White- idiotic. Despite being told hundreds of times not to accept stuff from strangers, she repeatedly accepts apples from a strange, creepy old woman unsuspiciously wandering around in the forest.
Sleeping Beauty- bland, lacks a personality. Sleeps for the majority of the movie, and dances/sings for the other parts. A dumbass who pricks her finger on a spindle like Snow White, despite being told all her life never to touch a spindle.
Ariel: Throws away her talent, her family, her friends, and more for a random good-looking guy. Defies her father for love. Sneaks around, and wears revealing clothes (okay, she's a mermaid so I'll let her off of this one).
Opposite: Puts family first, mature
Jasmine: bold, ...more
Okay I need to be cautious now whether I should kiss a frog or not? Would you be cautious? I'm pretty sure none of us would expect to be turned into a frog if we kiss one! Sorry, really stupid argument there. And you had nothing to say for Rapunzel.
How can Mulan not be the best princess ever? I mean, she is independent, doesn't care what others think, stands up for herself and ultimately saves her prince and China. How many other princesses do you know that don't get saved, but save everyone! And she is so intelligent-it was her smarts-tactics, that saved them against the Huns. Go Mulan!
How can we top her? She is, in my opinion, a true role-model for girls. Why? Because she shows bravery, respect, thoughtfulness, and a strong will for what she believes is right. She also puts family first, then the other warriors, and saves the entire China from the Huns with hard effort, quick thinking, and help from new friends. Why are other Disney princesses not my favorite? Let's look at Cinderella. Cinderella shows a girl not standing up for herself for many years, never directly voicing her opinion to her step-family. She never even got the guts to say, "you know what? I'm out of here." This movie tells girls that, "it's okay to suffer from constant torture and slavery, your wish will eventually come true." No. Girls AND boys, you guys gotta get up and pursue YOUR dream with YOUR own efforts. Don't hope that some fairy godmother is going to save you and get you a pretty boy who just falls for your looks anyway. Mulan pursues her love, whether it is her love ...more
She will always be my favorite! It's not that she's totally devoted to her man, it's that she believes in true love and why wait for something that "might" happen again, when there is someone right here who is everything you could want. I also love that her story is the first story where there is true love. She gets to know her prince and is able to fall in love with him on a whole other level. I also have a huge love for swimming, the sea, mermaids, and red hair laugh out loud. She also had a hand in helping to defeat her villian. If she hadn't stopped Urusala from blasting Eric, boom, movie would be over. She took on a vengeful woman with the power to control the very thing she's in fearlessly in order to protect the ones she loved. She won the love of her man without even having to speak to him. They truly connected in a beautiful way. In addition, she is the only Disney princess to have a daughter, Melody, and to be shown as a child and growing up outside of her original film. She ...more
Ariel has been my favorite princess for 19 years, ever since I was a little girl! Not only is she sweet and gorgeous(that beautiful red hair and blue eyes! ), and has the most beautiful voice out of all the princesses... But Ariel is adventurous, driven, and ambitious in every way. She knows exactly what she wants in life and isn't afraid to go after it. Ariel is the only princess to be brave enough to save her prince twice and risk being in trouble for doing so. When Ariel made the choice to give up her voice to be with Eric, I admire her so much for that. "It is better to be without a voice than to be without heart. " When she does meet Eric and they get to know each other, Ariel is able to make him fall in love with her without saying a single word to him. In the end, she is able to have true love, which seemed completely impossible. Ariel's and Eric's relationship and connection is truly a beautiful one! Plus, Ariel is a hopeless romantic, just like me. I absolutely love ...more
Ariel is iconic. That flowing red hair/blue eyes combo melts my heart. She longs for something that seems impossible, yet manages to achieve her desires, and is fearless. And of course she has the best voice used to sing the best Disney song. Ariel is beautiful in every way.
I actually think Ariel might be one if the worst princesses. While yes she is adventurous and clever, in truth there was not much to her but a pretty face, hot body, ocean friends, a fantastic voice, and a title. Even though Ariel gets herself into situations that are not only dangerous to herself but the safety of the people she surrounds herself with, she acts like a complete ditz and goes about doing these things anyways. Also, the point about a story is to learn a lesson from it in some way shape or form. Ariel had no real story. Her tale was this: sing, fall in love with the first human boy within her age group who looks handsome though she doesn't know him at all, sing some more, have daddy issues, sell her voice (and soul) to get legs and a vag, attempt to learn something about this guy while making him fall in love with her, more singing, have her daddy solve her problems, and live happily ever after. Throughout the entire story we see no character development in her at all ...more
She was curious about the world and wanted to explore, to add, he saved Eric twice and they grew to know each other in this classic story.
Rapunzel is by far the best princess/heroine, she is smart, talented, rebellious, sweet, kind, one hell of a dancer and on top of it all she is self-sacrificing. She was kidnapped as a child and went through years of verbal abuse from Mother Gothel before she got the guts to talk to her about the lanterns. It's tough to confront someone who has been manipulating you since you were an infant and even harder to get out of a tough family situation you know isn't healthy for U. She brake away from Gothel with a theif who tried to throw her off her path and stayed strong to her decision. She managed to make an entire bar of "bad guys" open up about their dreams. She saves herself and her companions from drowning and heals them. Then, when confronted by Mother Gothel in the woods she tells her off and continues to chase her dreams. Once she achieves her dreams she finds a new one instead of settling. Then, after she has been tricked by Gothel she puts everything together and never ...more
Rapunzel without question is the best Disney Princess ever. She has all the best qualities of each Disney princess.
She has more talent, curiosity, and ambition than Ariel. Rapunzel loves Eugene more than Ariel loves Eric.
She doesn't fall for men because of their looks like Belle. Belle can break spells with her tears, so what, Rapunzel can do that and heal mortally wounded people with her hair. Rapunzel doesn't just read she has interests ranging from mopping the floor to candle making.
She is as tactical and has as much fighting spirit as Mulan. (She fights with her surroundings and a frying pan, her hair is more effective than batman's grappling hook) Mulan comes in close second for different reasons.
Jasmine can claim she didn't marry a blood born prince but Rapunzel didn't either.
Cinderella has faced hardships under the control of her godmother but she is not chained as property for eternity. In a way Rapunzel is a slave to mother Gothel. At ...more
I agree with most of this except for the fact that Belle didn't fall for the Beast because of his looks.
Rapunzel is not a typical Disney princess. She's free-willed, clever, kind, playful, strong, daring, fun, charismatic and has a strong sense of independence... Basically.. She's just awesome! A real princess! The best!
Rapunzel is the best Disney princess for several reasons:
1. She's selfless. She attempts to sacrifice any and all chances of future happiness in order to save her true love. No other princess can say that, with the only possible exception being Anna when she guards Elsa from Hans.
2. She's brave. It takes a lot of guts to step out of your comfort zone and try new things, especially when you've been taped in a tower your whole life with only your mother and a chameleon for company. Rapunzel is able to take on a group of thugs her first day out of the house since she was born. That's pretty kickass.
3. She's kind. Rapunzel has a truly good heart, being able to see the good in people such as the Tavern Thugs and Flynn Rider. She is able to see their full potential.
4. She's a good leader. Okay, so we don't see a whole lot of Princess Rapunzel in action, but I think we have a lot of reasons to believe that Rapunzel will be a great ruler of Corona. During the ...more
Jasmine, for me, is the best princess because she wouldn't let herself be pushed into marriage. She knew in her heart she wanted to wait for true love so she did it. She was very cautious being around Aladdin to make sure he didn't just want to marry her for her riches, which shows she has respect for herself. She is also very loving and forgiving because even after she found out Aladdin was lying to her she accepted that he lied so he could be with her and because he loved her.
She is a very strong and selfless princess which makes her the best.
Jasmine is a charming character from Disney that is made with in the way that the character eludes the others which are not the point of interest. It is a very different one from the rest of the princesses and one may not know why or perhaps pretend it is just a play of taste. Might be remaining an enigma, Jasmine continues to marvel the target audience with kindness and a rare one at that. Disney sure brought out some of the best for this kind, which might appear close to Snow White and at times comprehensive similarities between Jasmine and Snow White. Beautiful at face value, however there is a magic with personality and traits that are real openers. Amazed by the amount of riches display in the desert (huge yet not empty) might sight also. Normally the desert is a barren empty place in this imagination so to see that does change matters of vision and perception in a vastly good way. A treat and surprise well founded the rest of the story can be wound up and spun in much of ...more
I also like Belle but I really like Jasmine because she is brave and courageous (she tried running away from home) she also is very nice, pretty and she stands up for what she believes in.
She is awesome. Jasmine follows her own heart, she doesn't want to marry someone who is rich and won't care for her, but a poor man named Aladdin who loves her.
Cinderella is iconic. Some may perceive her as weak or helpless, but she is in fact brave and strong. Imagine enduring years and years of physical and verbal abuse and continuing to maintain a positive outlook on life, an outlook in which you continue to dream of a better life. I don't think I could have maintained the same sort of self control and internal beauty that Cinderella possessed throughout her life. And speaking of beauty, she's gorgeous to boot. She is kind, sweet, and gentle, and even attempts to find the good in her evil stepmother and stepsisters, as well as the devious cat lucifer. She greets her greedy and rude and selfish stepsisters with a smile and a "good morning" even when they are so horrible to her. That takes strength and endurance. On top of that, she's witty and funny. She is the type of person deserving of a fairy godmother, someone who can't escape her current circumstances on her own. It is as though her beauty and kindness radiated from her, because why ...more
Many people criticize Cinderella for being too passive or sensitive, but this isn't the case at all. Cinderella is witty, intelligent, humorous, and brave. When her stepmother laughs at her when she asks if she can go to the ball too, she defends herself. She tries to make her own gown for the ball out of her sisters' hand-me-downs and actively pursues her dreams, instead of lying around in a coma like Snow White or running away from her problems like Jasmine. And, yes, even though in the end Cinderella needed outside help in the end from her fairy godmother, asking for assistance isn't a bad thing and is sometimes necessary. Besides, at least her magical donor wasn't a wicked witch with whom she made a completely-unfair deal with, knowingly and willingly (*cough cough* Ariel).
Cinderella is iconic, strong-willed, persevering, and sweet. Not only is she one of the most popular Disney characters, but, in my eyes, one of the best!
While I can't say that Cinderella is my favorite Disney Princess I do very much admire her and her story for many reasons. While we don't really see any character development in her story, we already have her backstory that shows that development. She was happy and kind and generous, all qualities which she kept though her parents died and her step family treated her like a slave. She learns to be patient and is determined to keep her head high with confidence and determination even though her family tries to repeatedly shame. Most people would complain in her situation but she doesn't, realizing she's just lucky enough to have food, shelter, clothes, and a chance to dream and hope at the very least. I don't really understand why people say Cinderella didn't at all work for anything where if you actually watched the movie, you see she did having gone through emotional and verbal abuse while having to act as a servant. And as what should happen to people in her situation, she is ...more
Cinderella is the most lovely princess in the entire Disney Kingdom. Her voice is very soothing. She can befriend almost everyone she meets. Cinderella has the best personality. She was forced to be a servant and maid in her own house, but she still kept that loving and caring feature inside and continued to be loving, even though she lived in a house with wicked people. She still continued to treat them well, since she is loving. She also has a sense of humor. Cinderella was able to hope and believe for what she wants, and in the end, she got what she wanted: a handsome prince to marry her.
As an Indigenous person, I viewed Pocahontas as a positive racial and cultural representation of Native Americans in the mainstream media, (of which is unfortunately lacking in the media industries and representations) throughout my childhood. Many of the scenes displaying traditional practices and ceremonial conduct, (and how awesome that used to be) instigated a curiosity to understand and be educated about my own culture. Despite being historically inaccurate, surprisingly, the film correctly presented many Indigenous mentalities, philosophies and morals of protection of our mother earth, and maintaining healthy and equal human relationships to those around us. I probably sound cheesy now, but it's just pride in my race and more importantly my culture, which individualizes Indigenous peoples more so than their ethnicity! As a child, (now a teen) I was glad Pocahontas at least was a media representation of indigenous peoples that wasn't some white person playing dress up like an ...more
She should be higher! My favorite Disney Princess of ALL TIME! I just like her she has everything: she is elegant, beautiful, has a beautiful voice...She has a fun side but she can be understanding and mature when she needs to be. She is also wise and I like wise characters. Honestly one of the reasons I love her so much is that Pocahontas is my favorite Disney movie of all time! Or The Little Mermaid I'm still not sure. I can't get why people dislike her movie, sure it's not accurate but can't you just forget about accuracy and enjoy the damn movie! It has the most beautiful ending of all time and the songs are just so meaningful an full of passion. The movie is also great to like at, it is like a color palette. Enough talking about the movie, as I said Pocahontas has everything. She is also the only Disney princess to not have a happy ending but I think that it is better this way. Normally I always prefer happy endings but I think that this ending fits her character and story ...more
I believe Pocohontas is the best heroine out of all of the Disney films. When you watch the film it you quickly fall in love with Pocahontas as she struggles to find the right path for her. I admire her so much. She is independent, strong, caring, kind, adventurous, fun, understanding, loving, mature and very in touch with nature Out of all the Disney princesses I believe she is the best role model. Also her love for John Smith I believe to be the greatest love that any of that Disney princesses have. Pocahontas behaves as if she has lived a thousand different lives but also carries this innocence and purity which makes her very unique to the other princesses. I also lover her appearance, her face in the movie is less expressive than the other Disney characters but it still conveys the emotions she if feeling and I believe the subtly of this makes her character more unique and mysterious. Honestly I think she is the best Disney princess and I think of her as being in a different ...more
She is very true to herself, and she wasn't afraid to risk anything for what she believed in. She felt she was being told to find love with a man she would actually love, and she did. Sometimes it's okay to not follow the rules. Sometimes you have to follow your heart.
The only reason Tiana is down here is because she is one of the most forgettable princesses in people's eyes. Though in my opinion, she should be way higher because:
(1) She is a very outside of the box character. I mean, besides Rapunzel, Anna, Merida, Pocahontas, and Mulan, all the Disney princesses are either too fancy, or whiny, which is extremely stereotypical. Tiana wasn't like this. I mean sure she wasn't a princess at first but that's not the point. I mean even before some Disney heroines were princesses they acted annoying as heck. But with Tiana she was different. She was independent, hard-working, and she made sure that no one pushed her around or kept her from her dream whether they we're male or female.
(2) She was our first African American princess, which is good for young black girls(I'm the same race so I'm not being racist)
(3) She wasn't a damsel-in-distress. And I know you're thinking this doesn't make her different at all but it does. I mean ...more
I know everyone loves Belle because she reads books, but she fell in love with her own kidnapper. The beast isn't a nice character. He bullied a witch and refused to let Belle eat unless he was eating with her. And how is Belle "way out of the box"?
I like Tiana because she is one of the only disney princesses that worked hard to achieve what she wants. Tiana is also more down to earth and has experienced suffering (the death of her dad) but she uses that to motivate her. I also find Tiana one of the most mature, despite having her childlike belief on wishing on stars, she realises that she has to work as well, since she has experienced how tough life can be. Finally, she isn't obsessed with the concept of love and her dream is more realistic. Also she isn't reliant on anyone, she uses other for support but stands on her own two feet.
She is no doubt the most independent, strong willed, and feisty. Princess yet. She has changed the meaning of a Disney Princess forever. She waits for no man, and knows how to get where she wants to be. Settling down and preforming "womanly duties" is nowhere in her life plan. She is a role model to all women. She is spunky with just the right amount of maturity and femininity. Her many talents get her so far in life. And she doesn't need a man to help get her there.
I love her. She is such a devoted and hardworking girl. She is loyal. She chases her dreams rather than waiting for them to just happen.
How could anyone dislike Aurora? Although most of them think she doesn't do much, that's not true. I mean she didn't get a chance to do anything. Just think if an evil fairy curses you and the fairies bring you up in the woods, is that wrong? Even if it had belle, ariel, mulan, cinderella, snow white, jasmine or anybody else the same fate must have happened to them too. What will she do if the evil fairy orders her to prick her finger? , I should tell you this, she pricked her finger because she was not conscious and was thoroughly enchanted by the fairy's spell and not only she but all the other princesses should have done the same and she was helpless and only because she was helpless and can't do anything or get a chance to do anything it doesn't mean she is low or useless. I just wanted everyone to know that each princess is very special and we should not think that only one or two are the best and beautiful. But aurora is my favorite princess and I am saying this for all the ...more
How can you not love Princess Aurora? Even though she has been hidden with the fairy godmothers almost her entire life, she is still so sweet, imaginative, and of course, in my opinion, the most beautiful princess and best singing voice! Lastly, Aurora has the best prince - Prince Phillip has personality and slayed a dragon for her - and the villain, Magnificient, is pure evil - not comic relief - and had the power to turn into a dragon. So yeah, not only is Princess Aurora the best, but so is her leading man and enemy!
Princess Aurora is the icon beautiful princess, with her long wavy hair. Many teens lost her time for get dress even some princess like Jasmine and not be but lucky princess like Belle, but Aurora don't. Judging by the way her fairy-aunt did the birthday party for her, they are worthless when they are human that's mean Princess Aurora as Briar Rose has much responsibles to do. Although, she fall in love at first sight but thinking what will you do if you met who you dreamed every night. Besides, Maleficent was tricked and enchanted her, she just did it because she really love Philip so don't blame her. She is the true princess.
Auroras femininity, grace, and overall beauty is flawless. Every gesture is graceful and poised, she is the best princess by far
I've loved Snow White ever since I was a kid, and it's always bothered me that people dismiss her as being weak and stupid. She may not be as physically tough as some of the other princesses but she shows a lot of inner strength throughout the movie. She's most known for being optimistic and kind, but she's also a strong leader (think of how she bosses around the dwarves) resourceful and persuasive (she has some major networking skills, think about how she not only convinvced the animals to help her find a place to stay, but also managed to convince the dwarves to let her stay with only her cooking and cleaning skills as a bargaining chip) and hardworking (imagine working as a slave in your own household for your entire life) I admit, she's not as well-developed as the other princesses in terms of personality, but that's just due to the nature of being from the first ever full-length animated feature. And sure, she wants to marry a prince, and eventually does need to be saved by him, ...more
I love Snow White she was the first princess not to mention I adore her voice and songs
The fact that she is innocent and how she just connects with the animals of the forest and the dwarfs just makes her my number one princess! She is very feminine and I just adore her I can't even describe!
Frankly, my favorite princess is actually Cinderella, but Snow White is so disgustingly underrated. People call her stupid, weak or say she has no personality, but she is far from it. Snow White is sweet, optimistic and always tries to make the best of everything and see the good in everyone. She is also very selfless, apologizing to the animals after crying and cleaning the cottage which she thought belonged to children. She is always trying to cheer others up. Plus, she is bossy and spunky, which I love. She knows she has the Dwarfs wrapped around her little finger - just look at the scene where she tells the Dwarfs to wash - and has a playful sense of humor - she's always teasing Grumpy. Sure, she's a bit naive, but nobody is perfect, and she was sheltered her whole life.
She's literally 14 in the movie, her step-mother reached her to a maid, she lost her father, and she's still the sweetest, loveliest person ever. Also, that beautiful voice. She's kind, generous and grateful; she develops a lovely friendship with the dwarfs. About being naive, come on! She was raised in the palace, away from strangers and was literally brought up the way princesses are: raised to be kind and gentle, and trusting. HOW can you blame her? I honestly find her quite courageous; her own step-mother asked for her to be killed, she nearly was killed, she escaped into a forest all on her own. She survived all that and tried to start again, hiding from the evil queen, too. All while never forgetting who she is, and being kind, sweet and pure as ever. Give her a break; she's horribly underrated! I think she's absolutely wonderful, and the purest person ever. There's good reason why she'll always be the icon she is.
Now, people. Listen carefully...Most of these little girls absolutely LOVE Merida but now it's up to the older people to decide. Every stinking princess out there is either spoiled, being bullied by there mother--or step mother, or just living an average life. Seem the only princesses I care for are Merida, Mulan, Pocahontas and Tiana. Tiana is the only princess who actually works to get her dream. Mulan risked her life for her dad. Pocahontas stopped war between to different cultures, or groups with different cultures. And Merida has awesome hair...and Rapunzel too. But Merida also works hard for her dream. Every one out there just likes a princess because they're pretty or can sing. Merida isn't pretty or can sing, Actually she never sang and she's really pretty in my opinion. So forget that, Merida, sure you think she's a brat, if you do you're wrong. Merida just doesn't like being told how to live her life. Sure, she's not in as bad as a living situation as the others, but what if ...more
I agree (even though rapunzel is my favorite) except she had her mom as her side kick remember?!
Merida, like Cinderella is not my favorite Disney Princess but I still respect her though I am a bit disappointed. When I first saw the trailer I was hoping that Merida was going to be a more amazing Scottish version of Mulan. I was a bit disappointed when I saw she in truth didn't do much with a sword or bow and arrow throughout the movie, I was very happy that she grew in a way I'd never seen a princess grow before, politically. She was rather brutish at first, thinking of her own wants rather than the needs of her kingdom and its people. However as she goes through a rather muddled adventure with her now bear turned mother, she learns to think more about others though she still wants to keep her opinions in tact. I think that was interesting as I've never seen a princess become politically involved (well technically Pocahontas was but she already knew her values it's just that she was wondering what the right thing to do was). Also I think it was nice to see her grow in maturity as ...more
She wasn't a big hit at first with the little girls, but later her movie was released and she became a big come back. Once her coronation began little girls had swept off their feet and ran for her. She's the only princess so far with out a prince and I really admire that about her. She also fights for her freedom and fights her dad to save her mother. Plus
She's got mad archery skills, I'd bet millions of dollars that she'd beat Katniss, Hawk eye and Robin Hood in an archery contest. I mean, come on, she shot an arrow three times in a row the split an arrow in half! Merida doesn't care about what she looks like (though she is really pretty) and she doesn't have a love story like the MOST (Mulan does not) princesses. I personally LOVE her so much! She's my all time favorite princess. By the way: I'm The biggest Brave fan, and Tangled fan.
Merida is the best! She is so brave and heroic and Brave has a great storyline.
Moana is the best disney princess of all time . My reasons are:
1.She is beautiful her long beautiful hair flow beautifully in the wind
2. She is fearless
3.her voice is so sweet
4.She follows her dreams
(and she never ever lets any one tell her she can not acheive what is in her heart)
So this makes her the best disney princess to ever exist!
No romantic subplot, yay! Plus Maui is mostly the comic relief in this movie, and Moana is the one doing a lot of work.
Moana can sing so well so if you cannot hear the sweetness of her voice you must have busted your eardrum
Moana, on top of the fact that she's beautiful, is really interesting despite some of the typical disney cliches that the company's know for. He has good intentions, she loves her home and family, she isn't afraid to get her hands dirty, and she is very,very determined on her quest to discover not just what's truly beyond her reef, but to figure out what's truly inside her, what she likes, and who is as a person. From her design and her home, to her personality and determination, moana has my vote for the best disney princess. I even think she's better than Elsa and Tiana, which is saying something because I love those 2.