Queen Latifah Comes Ashore as Ursula

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah rises from the sea for Disney Parks’ new campaign “Let the Memories Begin.” The multi-talented entertainer spreads her tentacles as notorious Disney villain Ursula the Sea Witch from The Little Mermaid in the photo shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz, which will appear in national magazines.

Other celebrities remaking animated Disney classics include Penélope Cruz and Jeff Bridges as Belle and the transformed prince from Beauty and the Beast, and Olivia Wilde and Alec Baldwin as the Evil Queen and Spirit in the Magic Mirror from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Check out the Queen’s transformation below.

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  1. angela decristofaro

    nice queen latifah u know ll cool j got ur back baby!


  2. Ron'do

    I love you Queen !


  3. A+S+

    QL is doing her thing.


  4. esteban

    go head girl!!


  5. @RonaldRanier

    This is dope!


  6. kani k

    wow i’m impressed. this looks so interesting..


  7. CIARA #5 2011

    I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  8. sagb

    this is cool maybe they should do a live version of the movie


  9. baron



  10. Phoenix_Wright

    Very cool and she looks great


  11. queensize

    That was one of my favorite Disney movies.


  12. fizzle

    aurite gra!….is her wig suppose to be hanging off like that though?


    anonymous Reply:

    @fizzle, LoLzzzz


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