How Drag Queen Icon Divine Inspired The Little Mermaid’s Ursula

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Furthermore, Ashman himself took on the position of Ursula, demonstrating her well-known “Poor Unlucky Souls” track on the request of the late Pat Carroll, who voiced the villain within the unique film.

“He placed on the cloak instantly, sang the track,” the actress recalled in the 2006 documentary Treasures Untold: The Making of The Little Mermaid, “and I watched each transfer of his. I watched all the things, I watched his face, I watched his fingers, I ate him up!”

In the identical documentary, Waters, who usually forged Divine in his movies and credited her as his muse, defined the trailblazing nature of Ursula’s origins. 

“I believed it was nice, it was the last word irony,” the filmmaker mentioned. “I am positive that for those who went to the Disney executives earlier than they made this film and mentioned, ‘We’ll have a really large character within the film, it isn’t some tiny, little ingénue half, and we’ll base it on Divine.'”

Referencing the famed drive on the Walt Disney studio lot, he joked, “On Dopey Lane, that ain’t flying!”


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