Tucker Carlson Encourages Fans to Break up with Disney Adults; Calls It A “Dark and Sick Obsession”

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Tucker Carlson, the well-known talk show host and conservative commentator, is no stranger to stirring up controversy with his unapologetic and bold statements. Recently, in a video shared with his devoted followers, he took a unique and somewhat unexpected approach. In what can only be described as a shocking revelation, Tucker encouraged his viewers to consider something seemingly unconventional: breaking up with their significant others if they fall into the category of “Disney Adults.

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The War on Disney Adults

For those unfamiliar with the term, “Disney Adults” refers to individuals who have a deep affinity for the enchanting world of Disney. These are the people who not only enjoy watching Disney movies but also fully immerse themselves in the magic and nostalgia that comes with it. From collecting memorabilia to dressing up as their favorite characters, Disney Adults embrace their love for all things Disney with unabashed enthusiasm.

While to some, this may seem like a harmless and innocent passion, Tucker Carlson took a different stance on the matter. With his characteristic dry humor, he shared his perspective that indulging in an obsession with Disney well into adulthood could be a cause for concern. In his video, he suggested that perhaps it was time for his followers to reevaluate their relationships if their partners were “Disney Adults.”

The controversial statement made by Tucker Carlson stirred up a significant amount of debate and discussion across various media platforms. While many viewed his comments as outrageous and extreme, others found themselves resonating with his perspective. Carlson’s assertion that adults who love the Disney brand should be strayed away from has sparked a wider conversation about pop culture fandom and the role it plays in relationships.

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Is Disney “Dark and Disturbed?’

Disney, a prominent and influential entertainment company, has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions around the world with its beloved characters, enchanting stories, and magical experiences. However, Tucker Carlson takes a different stance, emphasizing that this admiration should be limited to children and that adults who continue to indulge in Disney’s offerings are misguided.

While the video sparked significant controversy, it also serves as a reminder of the influence that media personalities like Tucker Carlson wield and the power they have to shape public opinion. This incident once again highlights the polarizing nature of Carlson’s views and his ability to provoke intense reactions from both his supporters and critics.

His call for his followers to consider ending relationships with “Disney Adults” has opened up discussions surrounding the role of personal interests in romantic partnerships. Although his comments have drawn criticism, they have also underlined the impact and divisiveness of his media presence. As the conversation continues, it remains to be seen how these views will influence public opinion and shape the dynamics of relationships among his followers.

About Eva Miller

Eva was born and raised in the beautiful state of Oregon but has since relocated and lives in New York City. Since she was young, Eva has loved to perform in musicals, especially Disney ones! Through performing, Disney’s music became the soundtrack of her childhood. Today, Eva loves to write about all the exciting happenings for the Walt Disney Company. In her free time, Eva loves to travel, spend time in nature, and go to Broadway shows. Her favorite Disney movie is 'Lilo and Stitch,' and her favorite Park is Disney's Animal Kingdom.


  1. I don’t always go with the grandkids,and I don’t consider myself a Disney adult,I just enjoy theme parks ,as do many others,we don’t want to see the characters,so it’s unfair to class all no child couples as Disney adults

  2. I am an adult who was just at Disney and go as much as possible and I don’t think there is anything wrong with it.

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