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Patriots Running Back James White Celebrates Super Bowl Win at Walt Disney World
Mere hours after helping the New England Patriots win this year’s Super Bowl, running back James White celebrated with Mickey Mouse at Walt Disney World.
In a parade than ran down Main Street U.S.A., White and Mickey shared a perch on a float that also had Goofy and Minnie Mouse, all dressed in their football finest.
Seattle Seahawk Malcolm Smith Went to Walt Disney World Following Super Bowl Win
The 12th man was present in force as Seattle Seahawk Malcolm Smith made good on his promise to visit Walt Disney World on Monday, February 3.
Less than 24 hours after his team’s Super Bowl XLVIII win, MVP Smith was riding in a convertible with Mickey Mouse down Main Street U.S.A.
Here are video highlights of Smith’s congratulatory parade at the Magic Kingdom, courtesy of Disney:
Out and About: Dream Along With Mickey at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World
During my afternoon at Magic Kingdom, I took in the Dream Along With Mickey stage show at Cinderella’s Castle.
The story to this show starts as Minnie, Goofy, and Donald prepare for a big party. Mickey arrives and tells Donald everyone believes in dreams, but he isn’t convinced.
Out and About: Cinderella’s Holiday Wish at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World
Around dusk (on this day, it was 6pm), during the Holiday season, Cinderella’s Holiday Wish takes place at Magic Kingdom, in front of the castle.
It is a stage show that ushers in the lighting of Cinderella’s castle for the evening in its Holiday sparkly lights.
Mickey and Minnie start the show, and are joined by Goofy and Donald, all dressed in their Holiday finest.
Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba Celebrates 15th Anniversary with Special Appearance by Mickey and Minnie
Cirque du Soleil’s 15th anniversary performance of La Nouba included a “magical moment” with Mickey and Minnie Mouse on December 18.
La Nouba opened to the public on December 23, 1998, and was created exclusively for Walt Disney World. Cirque du Soleil and Walt Disney Imagineering worked together to design the stage and the theater.
It has an international cast, and more than 20 percent of the original cast is still performing with the show.
La Nouba has performed more than 7,000 shows in its 15 years, and hopefully will for another 15. It is one of my favorite Cirque du Soleil shows.
If you want to see it, there are seats as low as $69 for select shows through the end of this month.
Super Bowl XLVI MVP Eli Manning Visits Magic Kingdom
After his team, the New York Giants, won Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, MVP quarterback Eli Manning proclaimed, “I’m going to Disney World!”
Monday morning, he did just that, riding in a ticker tape parade down Main Street U.S.A. at the Magic Kingdom with Mickey Mouse.
He returned to New York City just in time for an afternoon taping of the “Late Show with David Letterman.”
Here’s a shot of the winning duo courtesy of Walt Disney World:
Walt Disney World Fetes Packer QB Aaron Rodgers with Parade
After helping his Green Bay Packer teammates win the Super Bowl yesterday, MVP Aaron Rodgers yelled into the camera, “I’m going to Disney World!”
He kept his promise, appearing this afternoon – less than 24 hours after his win – in a parade down Main Street U.S.A. in the Magic Kingdom.
It was a slightly gloomy day, but that didn’t matter to the hundreds of Packer fans that lined the parade route. Special gold football balloons with the Green Bay logo could be spotted everywhere.
Mickey, dressed up in his football finest, rode with Rodgers throughout the park, perched on top of the backseat of a red convertible. They were accompanied in the parade by the NFL Youth Football players.
Yesterday in Dallas, Rodgers helped lead the Green Bay Packers to a 31-25 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was 24 for 39 for 304 yards and threw three touchdowns in the Packers’ Super Bowl win.
The rest of the team couldn’t make it, though, since they were busy back home in Green Bay with a parade and celebrations with the people of the city.
Here are some great photos from the parade today: Read more