June 13, 2012 12:35 PM EST
Princess Perfect: Celebrities Who Should Star as Disney Princesses [PHOTOS]
With Kristen Stewart hitting it big as 'Snow White' in her the recent, dark adaptation of the tale, one need not to wonder if other fairy tale revivals are on the pipeline as well.
If the Mouse House decides to push through with live-action versions of their 'Disney Princess' franchise, which actresses could be the perfect fits?
CINDERELLA - Amanda Seyfried
It was rumoured before that the 'Mamma Mia' actress would be playing a planned adaptation of the tale, but were refuted. However, we still think that Seyfried's perfect, considering the variety of roles portrayed in the past and her classiness.
AURORA - Taylor Swift
Considering that the country crooner always plays the victim in relationships, why not use the vulnerability to her advantage? Swift's a shoo-in to be Aurora from 'The Sleeping Beauty', more so whenever Tay-tay evokes that innocent look at the camera.
ARIEL - Miley Cyrus
Even though the former teen star's going to be Mrs. Hemsworth soon, her mother studio could still consider her to take "part of" Ariel's "world". Plotline dictates that Ariel is a rebel at heart, which Cyrus can easily channel when shooting takes place.
BELLE - Demi Lovato
We all know that Lovato's like a "skyscraper" who can't be broken, but the 'X-Factor' judge can put her guard down anytime as Belle from "Beauty and the Beast". For once, audiences can observe the actress put a fight for true love rather than on Twitter.
JASMINE - Freida Pinto
The Indian actress has been always seen taking on strong character roles, but with her eclectic Eastern features, it's hard not to picture Pinto playing Jasmine from "Aladdin" to a T. It's sure that even though Frieda won't be doing most of the action, we'll enjoy seeing her as a goddess instead.
POCAHONTAS - Selena Gomez
Here's a beauty who needs to kick more serious butt. If Gomez is truly looking for roles that would highlight her acting chops, then acting up as the Native American Pocahontas won't be such a bad idea. Her height, tan and dramatic prowess are all at par with the role's demands.
RAPUNZEL - Dakota Fanning
It's not an understatement when we say that we yearn to see Dakota Fanning do cutesy roles again. Though the actress is impressive in "The Runways" and "Twilight", fans wouldn't mind seeing her in an unexpectedly romantic role such as this.
MULAN - Jamie Chung
Although of Korean ancestry, Chung can still convince moviegoers that playing a femme fatale in imperial China is a piece of cake. Plus, the rising star has already been in productions such as "Dragonball Revolution" and "Samurai Girl". What's there to lose?
TIANA - Beyoncé
Dubbed as the first black princess, New Orleans-born Tiana might be the part written specifically for the powerhouse that's Beyoncé. Add to that the movie musicals she's played in the past, Queen Bee can now have something for Ivy Blue to watch.
With such almost-believable casting, would you go out to theatres to watch them "wish upon a star?"