Twitter asked us to choose our #DisneyFour, and some picks are hilarious


Twitter is looking for your favorite Disney characters using #DisneyFour, and everyone from Stitch to Genie has made the cut.

On Twitter, #DisneyFour has gone viral, as the social media platform asks all of us to pick our favorite Disney characters. With so many characters to choose from, the list seems endless when it comes to people’s chosen top four lists.

While its fun to browse each individual’s picks of their #DisneyFour, some Disney favorites seem to keep popping up. There are also some pretty unique and even hilarious choices that we may never have thought of.

For some people, their #DisneyFour seemed to follow a set theme or genre. There were people who picked out the Disney mothers, and others who seemed to find the villains to be their favorite characters. Others were all about the princesses, because of course.

Some of the most interesting characters to pop up include: Madam Mim from the Sword in the Stone, Uncle Waldo from The Aristocats, and even Vincenzo “Vinny” Santorini from Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Of course, for every interesting or unusual choice, there were plenty of expected top fours as well.

The most common picks were Disney princesses such as Mulan, Ariel, Jasmine, and Belle. Beyond the expected princesses, other popular characters that made the #DisneyFour cut were Mushu, the Genie, Stitch, Eeyore, Piglet, and Pleakley.

Here are some of our favorite #DisneyFour picks below:

Along with sharing hilarious movie stills of Disney characters, there was genuine discussion about the picks, with people sharing how they felt the hashtag was a fun but useful way to display how they felt about themselves.

Honestly, with how much of a dumpster fire this year has felt, we’re all about seeing a bunch of people on Twitter get together and have fun with a hashtag as pure as picking your #DisneyFour. Whether people took it as a serious brand of soul searching or just making picks based on cuteness or popular characters, it was all good social media fun.

Really with so many different combinations to choose from, it makes sense that #DisneyFour has gone viral. It’s amazing to see people actually narrowing their choices down to the required four. Disney characters for us aren’t just entertainment. We’ve been inspired and motivated by them, seen something of ourselves in them — that’s the power of Disney, really.

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These #DisneyFour posts on Twitter are fun to browse and help you relive your more carefree, childhood days. Whether you decide to make your own top four list, or just check out other people’s choices, this is one of the better viral trends to hit social media.