People cannot believe the outfit one influencer wore at Disneyland Resort last night.
Yesterday, the highly anticipated Haunted Mansion movie premiere took place at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. The movie, which is based on the beloved haunted mansion, is set to be released in theatres on July 28th. It features an all-star cast including Owen Wilson, Rosario Dawson, Tiffany Haddish, Danny DeVito, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lakeith Stanfield, Jared Leto, and many more.
Unfortunately, none of these stars were able to make it to the red carpet last night because of the SAG-AFTRA strike that is currently happening.
‘Haunted Mansion’ Red Carpet Is “Star-Less”
It is not normal to see a red carpet not filled with celebrity actors, but that is precisely what happened at last night’s premiere of the Haunted Mansion remake. The event had been planned long before the actors’ strike was planned, so last-minute Disney had to figure out a solution. Instead of actors, the carpet was filled with iconic Disney villains, characters, some influencers, and the film’s director, Justin Simien.
One of these influencers has gotten some negative attention online after her outfit turned heads for all the wrong reasons. A video posted on TikTok shows the creator posing with Disney’s Haunted Mansion sign while wearing a revealing top.
Does the Disney Dress Code Affect Celebrities and Influencers?
This influencer’s outfit is stirring up the emotions of Disney fans, who recognize that it would certainly violate Disney’s dress code for Guests. Many fans think it is hypocritical of Disney to allow this kind of outfit on a red carpet when it would not be allowed in the Parks.
@Disney Parks allowed her to show her goodies off at a children’s theme park #HauntedMansion #Disneyland #DisneyParks #BobIger she pulled her shirt down to reveal more of herself while children were present @Walt Disney World share disney got #noshame
This outfit seems very out of place at a theme Park that attracts so many families with children. Many Guests feel that it is a shame that Disney did not do more to protect the young Guests at the theme Park.