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Disney Characters Meet ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ [18+]

Disney films usually end the same way – beautiful princess is saved by handsome man from some type of evil creature, and then the two ride off into the sunset together and live happily ever after. If you think that kind of happy ending boring, you’ve probably seen plenty of weird and wonderful Disney fan art. But have you seen any that combine your favourite Disney characters with Fifty Shades Of Grey? Recently, Cosmopolitan came across a DeviantArt artist (who wishes to remain anonymous due to the controversial subject matter) who put nine Disney pairings in the Red Room of Pain scenes that probably ruin all of your childhood memories. Check out the Fifty Shades Of Disney.

Warning! These pictures might be inappropriate for children. You have been warned.

Anna and Kristoff, Frozen

50 Shades Of Disney - Anna and Kristoff, Frozen

Belle and Beast, Beauty and the Beast

50 Shades Of Disney - Belle and Beast, Beauty and the Beast

Pocahontas and John Smith, Pocahontas

50 Shades Of Disney - Pocahontas and John Smith, Pocahontas

Cinderella and Prince Charming, Cinderella

50 Shades Of Disney - Cinderella and Prince Charming, Cinderella

Mulan and Li Shang, Mulan

50 Shades Of Disney - Mulan and Li Shang, Mulan

Jasmine and Aladdin, Aladdin

50 Shades Of Disney - Jasmine and Aladdin, Aladdin

Aurora and Phillip, Sleeping Beauty

50 Shades Of Disney - Aurora and Phillip, Sleeping Beauty

Tiana and Naveen, The Princess and the Frog

50 Shades Of Disney - Tiana and Naveen, The Princess and the Frog

Ariel and Eric, The Little Mermaid

50 Shades Of Disney - Ariel and Eric, The Little Mermaid

Source: Cosmopolitan

Do you like Disney characters as Fifty Shades Of Grey characters? Which couple is your favourite? Share it with your friends and check out Funny Academy Awards Parody Posters.

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