EXCLUSIVE: The Cast of Jessie Share Which Fairytales Their Lives are Most Like!

EXCLUSIVE: The Cast of <em>Jessie</em> Share Which Fairytales Their Lives are Most Like!


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On tonight’s episode of Jessie, what happens in story books is soon no longer just fiction and fairy tales! Jessie and Zuri read a bedtime story that soon transports them in medieval times. And while Jessie is super excited about Brody asking her on a date, Tony is really jealous! You’ll have to tune in tonight to see how this episode pans out!

But in the meantime, we began wondering – what fairytales the stars of the Jessie are most like! So we decided to ask them ourselves and we got some super awesome answers! We got super cute answers from Karan Brar, Peyton List and Debby Ryan. Check out their answers out below and enjoy some great exclusive photos from the episode below!

BOP&TB: Which fairytale is your life most like?

Karan Brar: I think “Aladdin” is a fairy tale that is most like my life, because like Aladdin I always play outside and seek adventure, and like Aladdin I realized I don’t need to be rich and “cool” so people will like me. All I need to do is be myself and people will like me for who I am. 
 
Peyton List: I would say my life is most like the Disney movie “Tangled.” I have long blonde hair just like Rapunzel and I am also a busybody like her.  I get up in the morning and have a schedule just like she does. I have to keep myself entertained. I would also say I am very different from her though because she has never traveled anywhere except the tower that she is locked in and I have traveled to many different places at such a young age. I also have lovely parents and not a mean step mother like her.  

Debby Ryan: The fairytale that would be most like my real life would be the story of Mulan – she is a brilliant warrior and the fact that she disguises herself as a guy and still becomes the top soldier in the military is inspiring.  Her country’s army is still outmatched and she uses her brains to ultimately win the battle and to save her country.  Mulan doesn’t rely on her beauty or girly charm to make her way.  She eventually learns to embrace her femininity but she does it when she is ready.  She saves her prince, and that is pretty cool too!  I hope that my real life fairytale is like Mulan’s – she is strong, heroic, and is still a feminine girl =)


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