Mom And Son On Run
  • On Jun 16, 2010
    Deanna from WI Asked

    My family visited WDW Apr. 2010. We were watching the street entertainers at Hol. Studios. Does anyone knowwhat the name of the the blonde dressed in Scarlet Red trying to get her drivers license? Ms Perfect/Precious my DD was captivated by her antics

    Hi, Deanna! The last time I was at Disney's Hollywood Studios, my friend and I literally bumped into the street performers usually found along Hollywood and Sunset Boulevards. The "Citizens of Hollywood" -- as they are known --  are starlets, policemen, gossip columnists, wannabe actors, cleaning ladies and cabbies...among other things. They involve the guests in planned skits and impromptu conversations to add to the "streetmosphere" of the park, and they can certainly draw a crowd.

    The performer I almost knocked over -- and of course, was duly chastised by -- was none other than "Minerva Limpwhistle." (I'll never forget her name! ) She was blonde and dressed all in red, and she made me stand there and talk to her for a good five minutes while a crowd gathered. She couldn't believe I had so rudely run into her, and when she found out I was from the South, she gave me more grief for my accent and my inhospitable ways! After my face became as red as her dress, she allowed me to move on. That may have been the woman who captivated your daughter's attention, too!

    Other than Minerva, we also met the lovely "Honey Darling" -- an up-and-coming starlet with not so much going on upstairs! She's also blonde, and an act involving her trying to get her driver's license would seem predictable of that character, too.

    Hopefully, I've helped point you in the right direction when figuring out your mystery performer. At least, you and I have taken a trip down memory lane via Hollywood Boulevard! Have a wonderful day and may all your vacations be magical!
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