She is notable for being very sentimental and positive. Now she is romantically with Robert, and became a step-mother to Morgan, a child who she loves very much.

One day in Andalasia, a young woman named Giselle, who lived by herself in a small cottage in the forest, was collecting pieces to build a makeshift statue of a Prince she had recently met in her dreams.

Helping her were various animals, including her closest companion, a feisty chipmunk named Pip. After they finished putting together the statue, Giselle sat by the window, daydreaming about her true love.

When Pip asked her if she truly believed that there was someone out there made for her, she confirmed her faith. But when the troll attempted to snatch Giselle, she managed to jump out of another window and onto a nearby tree.

Fleeing up the branches, she was followed by the troll, and just as the troll was about to grab Giselle and eat her, the dashing Prince Edward appeared. His arrival distracted the troll for a brief moment, though long enough for Giselle to slip off the branch.

Soon, Giselle lost her grip on the branch. Pip tried to save her by hanging on to her foot but was unsuccessful and she tumbled through the trees to the ground below.

The next morning, Giselle arrived in a carriage at the castle, dressed in a massive wedding gown. As both Giselle and Nathaniel made their way through the garden, an old hag suddenly appeared, startling the princess-to-be.

Giselle fell into some kind of interdimensional limbo, where she was transformed into live-action and teleported to the sewers of Manhattan, New York City.

She tried to follow the disgruntled man through the thick crowd, but soon got lost in the subway tunnels. Later that night, she appeared back above ground, in a new neighborhood.

She approached a Homeless Old Man , hoping to receive a small bit of kindness, only for the man to steal her tiara and run away.

Greatly upset, Giselle could only stand and watch the man retreat as it began to downpour. After a little while wandering through the streets, Giselle came across a billboard with a castle on it.

Mistaking this for an actual castle, she climbed onto the billboard and pleaded to be let inside. Meanwhile, on the ground nearby, a taxi had stopped at the intersection.

The girl ran out of the car, and her father followed. The two both addressed Giselle, and she was distracted enough that she lost her footing.

She stumbled, and was left dangling many feet above the ground, just like in Andalasia. When Giselle lost her grip, the Robert tried to catch her, sending them both to the ground.

Later, the three arrived at his apartment, where Giselle tried to explain what had happened to her. As Robert and Morgan argued about whether or not to let Giselle stay for the night, she had already fallen asleep.

In the end, Robert gave in to sympathy, and let the girl stay. The next morning, Giselle awoke to notice, for the first time, how messy the apartment was. As she was getting out, Robert, who had been awakened by Morgan to help clear out the animals, accidentally entered the room before Giselle was dressed.

Wrapped in a towel, she wondered aloud about the nature of the shower. As Robert started to wipe the bathroom floor, Giselle tried to again summon her new friends to do the work instead.

This caused a pigeon to hit Robert, making him stumble into the hallway, accidentally dragging Giselle on top of him. Giselle tried to introduce herself, but Robert failed to explain the situation to Nancy, who angrily left the apartment.

While Robert ran outside to stop Nancy, Giselle was able to rapidly cut a new dress out of the living room curtains, constructing it in the bathroom.

When she reappeared, wearing her creation, Robert was appalled at what she had done. Confused at his displeasure, Giselle revealed that she was not very familiar with the concept of anger, and was subsequently horrified when Robert revealed to her what Nancy had thought upon seeing them together.

Giselle insisted that Robert should sing to her, in order to reassure Nancy of his feelings, causing Robert to stare at her awkwardly. There, Giselle learned for the first time the concept of a divorce, becoming heartbroken for a feuding couple she met there.

Deeply embarrassed, Robert dragged Giselle to Central Park, where he gave her some money and told her to leave. Not wanting to cause any more trouble, Giselle willingly walked away.

But she soon encountered an old lady feeding pigeons, and Giselle stopped to ask her if she had seen Edward anywhere. Giselle was delighted upon hearing that Edward indeed was somewhere in Manhattan, searching for her, but a second later Robert reappeared to chastise her for giving away money to the woman.

As they walked through the park, Giselle and Robert talked about their differing perceptions of love. Suddenly a man with a thick Russian accent offered Giselle a free caramel apple.

Not bothering to be cautious, Giselle accepted it without question, before she and Robert continued on their way. She is soon attacked by a giant ogre who attempts to eat her.

With the help of her best friend Pip , she manages to send the ogre flying literally but falls off a tree when the tree branch she is holding breaks. She then meets Prince Edward who, captivated by her beauty and voice, decides to marry her the next day.

Giselle elated that she has found her special someone, rushes to the castle the next day to be wed. However, Prince Edward's stepmother, Queen Narissa , pretends to be an old hag and leads her to a "wishing well" so she can make a wish before she gets married.

Giselle wishes to live happily ever with Prince Edward but is pushed by Narissa into the well which leads to Earth at present-day New York. She is at first very distressed by her surroundings, as no one tries to help her and she can't find her way back.

Eventually, she meets Robert and his daughter Morgan who climbed out of the taxi they were riding after seeing Giselle. She falls asleep in Robert's apartment and he allows her to stay the night.

She decides to repay them the next morning by cleaning up the house with the help of the animals of New York City which turned out to be rats, mice, birds and insects. Robert, however, is not at all pleased as there are rodents, bugs, and other animals in his house and he shoos them away.

He is further annoyed when his girlfriend Nancy appears and sees Giselle wrapped in a shower towel on top of them though she merely tripped and fell on him.

He tries to find out where she lives and send her there, to no success. He then tries to leave her and gives her money so she can "call" her prince. However, after he sees her giving the money away to an old woman, he decides to follow after her.

The two soon spend the rest of the day getting to know each other and she manages to find happiness with the initially cynical Robert, her time with Robert opening her eyes to a reality that was more complex and engaging than anything she had previously known, growing from her old role as a 'damsel in distress' to a strong, confident fighter.

Nathaniel , who was sent by Narissa to kill Giselle with a poison apple, also appears throughout their day to try to kill Giselle, to no avail. The two begin to understand more about each other and develop feelings for one another, although both do not yet realize their feelings.

Eventually, Prince Edward finally manages to find Giselle and asks her to come back with him. She asks Prince Edward if she can go on a date with him before they go.

The two enjoy their date together but Giselle still tries to buy time so she can stay longer in New York. She tells Prince Edward about an upcoming ball and he decides they should go there and then come back to Andalasia.

She agrees and enlists Morgan's help in getting her ready. The two begin to bond like a mother and daughter. Meanwhile, Narissa is upset that Nathaniel has not killed Giselle yet and decides to finish the job herself.

Giselle comes to the ball and dances with Prince Edward and with Robert and realizes her feelings for Robert. However, she knows that Nancy and he are together and upon seeing them kiss, has her heart broken.

Narissa approaches Giselle once more as an old hag and gives her an apple, which she says will make her forget about her experiences on Earth.

She bites it and faints. Narissa tries to escape but Prince Edward catches her and Nathaniel reveals her treachery, no longer wanting to do her dirty work. Prince Edward tries to wake her with a kiss, but it fails.

Robert then tries it and she wakes up. Narissa angered that her plan failed, transforms into a dragon to try and kill Giselle, but instead catches Robert as he defends her.

With the help of Pip and Robert, Giselle successfully kills Narissa and shares her second kiss with Robert. Prince Edward decides to give up on Giselle and soon falls in love with Robert's ex-girlfriend Nancy and vice versa and the two live happily ever after.

Giselle also lives happily ever after with Robert and Morgan, becoming part of their family and starting her own fashion line called "Andalasia Fashion".

Thus, Giselle and her friend Pip has to solve some problems in Andalasia, like picking fruit, performing various tasks. In another part of the game, Prince Edward and Giselle helps the player.

Giselle is a little more carefree in the game than in the movie. She can stay in music stages and "sing", and after completing the song for a limited time you have a special power, and every dress that you create has a power own text.

You make all the dresses that Giselle wears in the movie.

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When Pip asked her if she truly believed that there was someone out there made for her, she confirmed her faith. But when the troll attempted to snatch Giselle, she managed to jump out of another window and onto a nearby tree.

Fleeing up the branches, she was followed by the troll, and just as the troll was about to grab Giselle and eat her, the dashing Prince Edward appeared.

His arrival distracted the troll for a brief moment, though long enough for Giselle to slip off the branch. Soon, Giselle lost her grip on the branch. Pip tried to save her by hanging on to her foot but was unsuccessful and she tumbled through the trees to the ground below.

The next morning, Giselle arrived in a carriage at the castle, dressed in a massive wedding gown. As both Giselle and Nathaniel made their way through the garden, an old hag suddenly appeared, startling the princess-to-be.

Giselle fell into some kind of interdimensional limbo, where she was transformed into live-action and teleported to the sewers of Manhattan, New York City. She tried to follow the disgruntled man through the thick crowd, but soon got lost in the subway tunnels.

Later that night, she appeared back above ground, in a new neighborhood. She approached a Homeless Old Man , hoping to receive a small bit of kindness, only for the man to steal her tiara and run away.

Greatly upset, Giselle could only stand and watch the man retreat as it began to downpour. After a little while wandering through the streets, Giselle came across a billboard with a castle on it.

Mistaking this for an actual castle, she climbed onto the billboard and pleaded to be let inside. Meanwhile, on the ground nearby, a taxi had stopped at the intersection.

The girl ran out of the car, and her father followed. The two both addressed Giselle, and she was distracted enough that she lost her footing.

She stumbled, and was left dangling many feet above the ground, just like in Andalasia. When Giselle lost her grip, the Robert tried to catch her, sending them both to the ground.

Later, the three arrived at his apartment, where Giselle tried to explain what had happened to her. As Robert and Morgan argued about whether or not to let Giselle stay for the night, she had already fallen asleep.

In the end, Robert gave in to sympathy, and let the girl stay. The next morning, Giselle awoke to notice, for the first time, how messy the apartment was.

As she was getting out, Robert, who had been awakened by Morgan to help clear out the animals, accidentally entered the room before Giselle was dressed. Wrapped in a towel, she wondered aloud about the nature of the shower.

As Robert started to wipe the bathroom floor, Giselle tried to again summon her new friends to do the work instead. This caused a pigeon to hit Robert, making him stumble into the hallway, accidentally dragging Giselle on top of him.

Giselle tried to introduce herself, but Robert failed to explain the situation to Nancy, who angrily left the apartment.

While Robert ran outside to stop Nancy, Giselle was able to rapidly cut a new dress out of the living room curtains, constructing it in the bathroom. When she reappeared, wearing her creation, Robert was appalled at what she had done.

Confused at his displeasure, Giselle revealed that she was not very familiar with the concept of anger, and was subsequently horrified when Robert revealed to her what Nancy had thought upon seeing them together.

Giselle insisted that Robert should sing to her, in order to reassure Nancy of his feelings, causing Robert to stare at her awkwardly.

There, Giselle learned for the first time the concept of a divorce, becoming heartbroken for a feuding couple she met there. Deeply embarrassed, Robert dragged Giselle to Central Park, where he gave her some money and told her to leave.

Not wanting to cause any more trouble, Giselle willingly walked away. But she soon encountered an old lady feeding pigeons, and Giselle stopped to ask her if she had seen Edward anywhere.

Giselle was delighted upon hearing that Edward indeed was somewhere in Manhattan, searching for her, but a second later Robert reappeared to chastise her for giving away money to the woman.

As they walked through the park, Giselle and Robert talked about their differing perceptions of love. Suddenly a man with a thick Russian accent offered Giselle a free caramel apple.

Not bothering to be cautious, Giselle accepted it without question, before she and Robert continued on their way. Unknown to her, this man was Nathaniel in disguise, and the apple was in fact poisonous.

Luckily, though, before she could take a bite Giselle accidentally threw the apple away. During the performance, Giselle bought invitations to the Kings and Queens Ball for Robert and Nancy to attend, along with a bouquet of flowers to reconcile with her.

Later that night, Robert, Giselle and Morgan went to a restaurant right across the street from the apartment building. But before she could take a sip, her friend from Andalasia, Pip, appeared to knock the glass away.

Because she lives in the perfect fantasy world of Andalasia , she has barely felt emotions that are rare to the land such as frustration, sadness, and anger, which, of course, are common on Earth.

She dreams of having her own Prince Charming , whom she will fall in love with and live happily ever after. She also loves animals, who help her both in Andalasia and on Earth.

Her naivety also tends to frustrate Robert, who had agreed to let her stay with him until Edward, her dream prince from Andalasia comes for her. However, over the course of the film, her experiences on Earth with Robert open her up to a more complex world she had never experienced in Andalasia, along with introducing her to emotions such as anger and sadness.

She also grows into a mother figure for Robert's daughter, Morgan. Despite maturing over the course of the film, she still retains her innocence, optimism, and kind nature.

The Little Mermaid. In the climax of the film, Giselle is shown to be brave and courageous and became protective towards Robert during the battle against Queen Narissa in her dragon form.

Giselle is a beautiful young woman with a slender physique, fair skin, long wavy strawberry-blonde hair that reaches below her back and blue-green eyes.

Her primary appearance is a hot pink strapless long gown with dark pink ribbons to make it sleeves and she is barefoot. When her marriage with Edward backfires and during her arrival at New York, she wears an elaborate wedding gown with butterfly designs and she also has a golden tiara on her head.

In her live-action appearance, the gown she wears is different with the short puffy sleeves are large and the dress skirt from her gown appears to be heavier. When she lives with Robert or going with him, she wears a cyan short sleeved gown with dark cyan ribbon at the center of her bodice and white line on the front dress skirt.

She wears white pumps with a matching bow and her long hair is accessorized with a red and yellow ribbon with pink straps hanging loose. Her outfit was crafted by herself using her small animal friends to get some wallpaper designs to make her own dress.

She later wears a white casual dress with pink flowery designs and the ribbons on each side to make it short sleeves and her white pumps from her third outfit. When she participates in the King and Queen's Ball and her confrontation against Queen Narissa, she wears a modern type of gown which consists of a purple strapless long gown with golden straps attached to her strapless long gown and pale blue transparent open-toed high heels with dark blue outlines.

Her hair is now loose when she wears her outfit. She is later seen in barefoot after she removes her open-toed high heels during the battle against Queen Narissa in her dragon form while wielding Edward's sword as one of her open-toed high heels is later worn by Nancy Tremaine as part of Edward's proposal to marriage.

Her open-toed high heels are known as her forgotten shoes. When she becomes the owner of the Andalasia Fashion shop in the ending scene, Giselle wears a pink short sleeved collared corporate dress and matching heels as her hair is tied in a bun.

Later when she happily spends with Robert and Morgan as her new family, she wears a light yellow long sleeveless dress with a matching ribbon on the front of her dress and brown sandals.

Her hair is now tied in a ponytail. Giselle first appears in the film living in a cottage in the forest with her woodland animal friends.

They help her make a mannequin of her dream prince and she explains to them about how she wants a true love's kiss with that special person, particularly a prince.

She is soon attacked by a giant ogre who attempts to eat her. With the help of her best friend Pip , she manages to send the ogre flying literally but falls off a tree when the tree branch she is holding breaks.

She then meets Prince Edward who, captivated by her beauty and voice, decides to marry her the next day. Giselle elated that she has found her special someone, rushes to the castle the next day to be wed.

However, Prince Edward's stepmother, Queen Narissa , pretends to be an old hag and leads her to a "wishing well" so she can make a wish before she gets married.

Giselle wishes to live happily ever with Prince Edward but is pushed by Narissa into the well which leads to Earth at present-day New York.

She is at first very distressed by her surroundings, as no one tries to help her and she can't find her way back.

Eventually, she meets Robert and his daughter Morgan who climbed out of the taxi they were riding after seeing Giselle. She falls asleep in Robert's apartment and he allows her to stay the night.

She decides to repay them the next morning by cleaning up the house with the help of the animals of New York City which turned out to be rats, mice, birds and insects.

Robert, however, is not at all pleased as there are rodents, bugs, and other animals in his house and he shoos them away.

He is further annoyed when his girlfriend Nancy appears and sees Giselle wrapped in a shower towel on top of them though she merely tripped and fell on him. He tries to find out where she lives and send her there, to no success.

He then tries to leave her and gives her money so she can "call" her prince. However, after he sees her giving the money away to an old woman, he decides to follow after her.

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Robert Philip. Archived from the original on November 30, The ideas aren't fully developed, but a crucial detail was attended to at the wrap-up that satisfied me--the main characters succeed mainly because they are able to grow beyond their previous conceptions of themselves. Parents Guide. Campolo Jr. Dancer Shannon Moore Archived from the original on December 24, Archived from the original on May 7, Idina Menzel who plays Nancy starred in both of those musicals on Broadway.

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Judy Kuhnwho sang for who plays giselle in enchanted title character in " Pocahontas ," plays Robert's who plays giselle in enchanted neighbor. Although Lima wanted the animation to http://howwouldyouvote.us/google-play-gift-card-giveaway.html nostalgiche wanted Enchanted to have a style of its own. List of Disney references in Enchanted. Archived from the original on April 19, Enchanted is the movie. Retrieved December 20, Campolo Jr. British Board of Film Classification. Archived from the original on March 10,

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