I’m a former Disney character – customers should never ask certain questions, it’s annoying and wastes our time

IF you’re a Disney fan, nothing beats a visit to Florida’s Magic Kingdom.

But for the people who work there, the “most magical place on earth” almost certainly loses its luster after a while – especially considering some of the pretty intense clients they deal with.

Jessica hit back at the Disneyland hack


Jessica hit back at the Disneyland hackCredit: Unknown, clear with picture desk
Fans said the best way to experience


Fans said the best way to experience “magical moments” is to be nice to cast members and other guestsPhoto credit: Getty

Earlier this year, former Disney employee Jessica hit back at a Disney “hack” that was making the rounds on TikTok.

In a viral video, “Pa Disney Princess” urged her followers to ask staff to see “the servants’ quarters” at the Haunted Mansion, claiming it would help them skip the line.

She said: “I have this on good authority that you might get through a secret door into the mansion and then onto the ride.”

As someone who has actually worked in the parks, Jessica hit back at the Disney fan, stressing how difficult those demands can make her job.

In her own follow-up video, she said, “This is incredibly uncomfortable for any cast member that you encounter in the Haunted Mansion.

“Because now that it’s on TikTok, everyone is going to want their little piece of magic.

“They have also disrupted and slowed operations, putting pressure on the already overworked cast who are also underpaid.

“And now they will probably stop because of you and your video [the short-cut].

“Disney has a lot of magical secrets – they’re meant to be kept secret for a reason.

“They are mysteries because they are meant to be special. Not every guest is entitled to that.”

Speaking from experience, she added, “What will happen when people start throwing tantrums because the performer can’t record them?”

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Jessica nailed her point, concluding, “Don’t bother the cast members with this stuff — they’ve got enough to do, they don’t need a bunch of random people from TikTok trying to take them to a back entrance and show them a.” separate part of the ride. Let the magic happen organically by itself.”

Not surprisingly, the video resonated with viewers.

One replied: “I was offered this when my child was starting to get obviously scared. I never expected it or ever asked for it. People. Stop it.”

Another added: “You can’t ask for fairy dust! They spend it how they want!”

Meanwhile, a third wrote, “Here’s my number one tip for getting magical moments: Be really nice to the cast and other guests.” I’m a former Disney character – customers should never ask certain questions, it’s annoying and wastes our time

Jessica MacLeish

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