News Broadcaster Greatly Defends a Disney Injustice
As an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner, I know some people confuse Disneyland and Walt Disney World. However, a news broadcaster greatly defends this mistake, believing it is a Disney injustice! Reggie Aqui posted the clip on Twitter.
A Mistake That Halts the Show
This newscaster noticed Sleeping Beauty Castle in a video meant to feature Walt Disney World’s 50th-anniversary celebration. Of course, Walt Disney World houses Cinderella Castle.
He opens the segment saying, “Disney World’s 50th anniversary…,” then he says, “that’s Disneyland, y’all” as Sleeping Beauty Castle comes on the screen. The offense occurs due to the drastic confusion during this meaningful story!
In fact, he halts the coverage by saying, “Oh, we can’t have this!” Finally, he is somewhat appeased as Cinderella Castle appears in one, single shot.
Smoothing it Over
Then, it transitions to the weatherman, who tries to calm the news anchor. He says, “I know, in the moment…it seems larger than it really is.”
They laugh as the weatherman reminds the news broadcaster to breathe. Of course, he does, and everyone laughs about the entire segment as they understand that the editing room is probably scrambling to fix the error.
As stated earlier, people confuse Disneyland and Walt Disney World relatively often. In fact, Disney even differentiates between Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Florida on their call line.
A Common Mistake
So, if you are one of those people, you definitely are not alone; however, just know that this news broadcaster greatly defends such an injustice. The entire news clip is posted below.
— Reggie Aqui He/Him (@reggieaqui) October 1, 2021
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