Disneyland Paris recruits for new princes and princesses - would you make the cut?
Disneyland Paris is on the hunt for new employees to play characters around the park over the summer. Disney is looking to take on 50 new people for the summer period.
To be considered fot the job, Disney are holding two seperate auditions on June 8. The auditions will take all day.
The first of these auditions if for character look-alikes (male and female). However, to be in with a chance, candidates must meet strict height guildlines and will even be measured upon arrival! Women are required to be between 5ft2 and 5ft6 and also must possess "elegance, graceful qualities" - whatever that means. No visible tattoos are allowed. Male hopefuls must be between 5ft2 and 6ft tall. They must come with "compelling masculine features", and are also forbidden and ink. Both male and female candidates are asked not to wear makeup to the auditions and are warned that they can expect to be there until 6pm.
The second auditions are for parade performers (or anyone too tall to be considered for a character role). A "basic dance level" is required to be part of the parade.
The job advert says: "We are looking for enthusiastic and highly energetic people for our characters and parade department.
"If you dream of performing as a famous Disney Character and/or Marvel, to participate in our wonderful parade and cavalcades and portraying Disney Princesses and Princes."
There are 50 jobs in total, some permenant positions and some temporary seasonal work, starting in July.
Auditions take place June 8 at Dance Ireland in Dublin.