Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Have “Most Magical Time”
Recently, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton went to Disneyland in California with friends and family to spend the holidays in the Happiest Place on Earth. The two visited with Disney characters and rode classic attractions as they shared smiles and made memories that will last a lifetime.
“had the most magical time at @disneyland !! all the pretty lights + decor felt like i was walking thru a winter wonderland !! ☺️🎄gx,” she captioned the Reel.
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In the video, fans can see the “Hollaback Girl” singer hanging out with Goofy as she wears Minnie Mouse ears that perfectly match her bright red lipstick. She also has on a red flannel jacket and a black checkered windbreaker.
Gwen Stefani also took a ride on the iconic ride, “it’s a small world,” which is decorated for the holidays! She visited the Parks with her family, including her husband, country music singer and fellow “The Voice” judge, Blake Shelton.
Fans Comment On The Reel
“You can take the girl out of Anaheim but you can’t take Anaheim out of the girl! I wish I was there when you were there!,” one fan commented.
“I got a pic with your hubby while you were on Space Mountain. So glad you had a wonderful time. Disney at Christmas is so magical!” another fan wrote.
And a third chimed in, “I think I would pass out if I ran into her and Blake especially on the same ride at Disneyland.”
Celebrities V.I.P. Treatment At Disneyland
The Kardashians, specifically, have visited both Disneyland and Walt Disney World various times, and every time they go, there are reports about the family receiving “special treatment” or “cutting the lines.” One time, Kylie Jenner even had “it’s a small world” shut down for “every day” Guests so that she and her family could ride it alone.
However, it is not uncommon that when celebrities, not just the Kardashians, visit Disney Parks, they often get escorted around by V.I.P. tour guides as it helps them navigate the theme parks easier. Disney wants to ensure that celebrities are able to visit the theme parks in the safest way possible and doesn’t want Guests doing anything to put the celebrity in harm’s way, or to try to access the celebrity while on a ride, which is why the last time Kylie Jenner rode “it’s a small world” with her family, she shut down the entire ride for herself.
Although celebrities get this treatment for free, “everyday Guests” do have the option to pay for Lightning Lane and Disney Genie+ to skip the line. There is also a V.I.P. tour available for Guests to book if they want to experience the theme parks like a celebrity, but it will come at a price.