These double-takes give ice "princess" a whole new meaning

By Kelli Bender and Catherine Kast
Updated February 19, 2014 08:45 AM
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The XXII Winter Olympics are magic. There are sparkling costumes, stunning talent, and even a love story or two. With all this wonder surrounding the games, it’s no surprise that Sochi’s athletes remind us of the most enchanting folks around: Disney characters.

Don’t see it? We’re here to show you a whole new world. Here are nine popular Sochi Olympians who have an animated twin straight out of The Happiest Place On Earth.

Meg & Hercules Meet Meryl Davis & Charlie White

Just like this animated ancient Greek pairing, Davis and White are a true power couple. The duo brought home the first ever U.S. gold medal for ice dancing this year.

Hubertus von Hohenlohe and the Members of the Three Caballeros

There’s always room for one more. Mexico’s lone Olympian is a perfect fit for this avian trio. No costume change required!

Belle and Ashley Wagner

American figure skater Wagner may be the new master of the “not impressed” face, but Belle did it first.

Robert Zimmeruski & Staale Sandbech

This Norwegian snowboarder and silver medalist is a dye job and a can of Cheez Whiz away from transforming into The Goofy Movie‘s AV Club aficionado.

Frozen‘s Elsa & Anna Are Justine Dufour-Lapointe with Chloé Dufour-Lapointe

Meet two sets of sisters who have mastered the snow. Justine and Cholé were able to “Let it Go” and earn gold and silver respectively for freestyle skiing, becoming the first Canadian sisters to stand on the podium together.

A Fantasia Broom and Tatiana Volosozhar

Sorcery seems like the only answer to the way Volosozhar moves across the ice. The Russian figure skater and her partner, Maxim Trankov, entranced the judges with their smooth moves and won the gold.

Cinderella and Gracie Gold

Forget glass slippers, Gold is stepping into skates for team USA. The 18-year-old has a regal grace on the ice that will hopefully earn her a medal, if not a Prince Charming.

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