25 Strict Rules All Disney Stars Have To Follow

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  • Published on:  Thursday, August 22, 2019
  • These Disney Channel Stars have to follow some crazy rules...
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    Disney is known for singing animals, wholesome morals, and kid-safe stories. And over the years, Disney has done an amazing job maintaining that reputation. Yet, Disney is also one of the biggest entertainment companies in the world. That means that family-friendly image has become an important part of Disney’s corporate strategy. Disney also works with many young stars, like Bella Thorne, the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus. Those stars are adored by millions of kids and the last thing Disney wants is for their actors to do anything that would ruin the company’s squeaky clean image with its most important demographic. As a result, Disney has a slew of rules its stars must follow in order to maintain their relationship with the company. After all, no matter how big a given performer gets, Disney will always be bigger. In this video, we’re reviewing 25 of the rules Disney stars must follow. From maintaining their looks, to keeping their song lyrics PG-rated to Disney choosing their clothes and even putting limits on the jobs they can accept, these rules reach into all parts of Disney stars’ lives. Being an actor for Disney looks glamorous and fun, but these rules may make you think twice.

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    Keep Up Appearances
    Date Within Disney
    Female Main Characters Are a Must
    Social Media Posts May Need Permission
    Your Name Could Become Disney’s Property
    Classes On Avoiding Scandal Are Required
    Keep Song Lyrics PG
    Disney Chooses Your Clothes
    Disney Controls Your Career
    Competition is High
    Salaries are Non-Negotiable
    Don’t Get Photographed in Compromising Situations
    Keep Your Voice Youthful
    Don’t Smoke!
    Get Ready to Sing
    Play Dumb in Interviews
    Autograph Training
    Prepare for Long Hours
    No Facial Hair, Guys
    No Say On the Scripts
    Keep It Covered Up
    That Morality Clause
    Pay for Damaged Mouse Ears
    You Won’t Grow Up
    Don’t Be Yourself
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  • vanessa benoit

    vanessa benoit

     20 hours ago

    fame sounds good when you're young and think people will actually love you. then you grow up and adopt some deeply ingrained cynicism and realize fame is a nightmare.

  • Ashley McCarty

    Ashley McCarty

     20 hours ago

    That's what happens at a job.

  • Superfly Dean

    Superfly Dean

     21 hours ago

    Pedo Disney,facts!!!

  • AnimeWolf

    AnimeWolf

     yesterday

    I wanna be in a Disney movie but idk it’s so strict I’m not sure if I’d be able to deal with it (also I can’t sing lol....I’m ok with acting and even a little dancing but if I try to sing my voice sounds like a dying frog)

  • Christo Abrie

    Christo Abrie

     yesterday

    when you're representing a company that is well-known for it's family-friendly image, you gotta respect their choices regarding your appearance and behavior. You represent the company and anything you do wrong can backfire against them and for obvious reasons, they've got the upper-hand financially, so if you try to take them on in a legal battle, you will lose. Disney is only that strict on their younger stars, as laws regarding the portrayal of children and teenagers can be quite aggressive towards large film companies like Disney. Disney figured that it's family-friendly brand won't be problematic in any legal way. So the rules they enforce on their young stars might be a bit excessive, but it's done for a good reason, since Hollywood can be quite cynical.

  • Goldie Fatale

    Goldie Fatale

     yesterday

    i don't get why people like disney. I can't even stand to watch anything disney. ..buuttt then I'm more of an R rater horror fan.

  • TheUltimateMile

    TheUltimateMile

     2 days ago

    Corporate America be like: “I own you now”

  • idraote

    idraote

     2 days ago

    Disney's just a bunch of prudish, sanctiomonious, bigoted, self absorbed, controlling hypocrites.

    But one can understand them: a good percentage of (US) parents are just as bad and, to avoid contention, Disney simply steps up the parents' game and gives them the non-existing sugary perfect teens that those same parents want to believe exist.

    I marvel at the fact that Disney is still able to produce decent-to-very-good animated features: its authors must have been learning how to get around those idiotic rules in their infancy.

  • radzewicz

    radzewicz

     3 days ago

    I don't like the childish sophomoric cynicism of this video.

  • Jenn Worthington

    Jenn Worthington

     3 days ago

    Sounds to me like Disney needs to be shut down for mistreatment and exploitation of children!

  • Monica Logan

    Monica Logan

     4 days ago +1

    That is why they made Raven during That's So Raven wear long jackets and she had to cover her breast. Since she was very busty.

  • Lucius Avenus

    Lucius Avenus

     5 days ago

    Wow, Disney suck even more arse than I knew. Talk about suddenly evacuated bowels by suction.

  • LaSasha Flame

    LaSasha Flame

     6 days ago +3

    As a mother I have to say I appreciate that Disney takes it so serious marketing to Children. I have so much more respect for them.

  • Jason Forrest

    Jason Forrest

     7 days ago

    Disney=evil

  • Steve Siri

    Steve Siri

     7 days ago

    But its good that the YouTube is informing us about how hard life really is for famous people. We can all learn a lesson from the t.v. shows that we watch at home.

  • Steve Siri

    Steve Siri

     7 days ago

    Wow!! Disney sounds like alot of work and responsibilities hard facts!!!

  • Asra Nanuruw

    Asra Nanuruw

     7 days ago +1

    yeeaaaah, I would be fired after day 1

  • Sincerely Eccentric

    Sincerely Eccentric

     7 days ago +1

    Cameron Boyce :'(

  • Safiyaa

    Safiyaa

     7 days ago +1

    Never work for disney. Once Im off that set-property don’t tell me how to dress. Remember they’re 21 playing a 14-16 yr old... wth do you expect. Control freak company...

    No wonder some can’t get work cause they’re trained into robots for 12 years🙄

  • Black Storm

    Black Storm

     7 days ago +1

    And if I do. This means I can’t go through puberty 😳😭