If you love “The Little Mermaid” you’ll want to make this new light and sound bubble wand at Magic Kingdom part of your world.
Ariel Light and Sound Bubble Wand- $30.05
This new bubble wand featuring Ariel from the Disney animated classic “The Little Mermaid” is now available at the Emporium at Magic Kingdom. The wand features Ariel emerging from the ocean with a big splash behind her. She is leaning on a magenta and light pink sea shell.
The small pink seashell in the center of the wand plays music from “The Little Mermaid” when pressed.
Ariel is seen here with her iconic red hair, purple sea shell top and green fin. At the very top of the wand is where the bubbles come out.
The sculpture of Ariel is from the scene where she emerges from the ocean while singing “Part of Your World.” The translucent wave splash behind Ariel lights up.
The wand itself is a light blue color and features Sebastian the crab. It also has little designs such as seahorses, seashells, and starfish sculpted into it.
There is a switch on the back to activate the lights, sounds, and bubbles or music and lights only. There is also a place that holds 3 AAA batteries, which are included with the bubble wand.
The bottom of the wand features a small magenta bubble soap container. It twists on and off to add bubbles.
The Ariel light and sound bubble wand is available at the Emporium on Main Street, U.S.A at Magic Kingdom or on shopDisney.
Will you be adding this Ariel light and sound bubble wand to your collection? Let us know in the comments.
“The Little Mermaid” Original Animated Film
“The Little Mermaid” is a 1989 film ased on the Danish fairy tale of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen. The movie tells the story of a mermaid princess named Ariel who dreams of becoming human. Unlike the source material, the protagonist in Disney’s version of the story is able to live happily ever after.
With the help of a sea witch named Ursula, Ariel makes a deal to trade her famous voice for land-faring legs and feet. Ariel must win the love of her beloved human prince, Eric, within three days or she will become Ursula’s prisoner.
We recently shared stills and behind-the-scenes images from the upcoming live-action movie. Check them out here.
Will you be watching “The Little Mermaid” when it releases in theaters next month? We’d love to see your opinions about the film in the comments below.
In the meantime, be sure to check out other articles featuring “The Little Mermaid” here:
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- New Teaser Trailer for ‘The Little Mermaid’ Showcases More Scenes from the Live-Action Remake
- ‘Kiss the Girl’ and ‘Poor Unfortunate Souls’ Lyrics Updated for Live-Action ‘The Little Mermaid’