The star admitted that he was recently banned from visiting it because he posted a selfie from a secret toilet room.
Actress Rebel Wilson talks about the secret communities that exist at the Disneyland amusement park. He opened the curtain in an interview with The Daily Show.
“I was actually banned from Disneyland for 30 days because I took a picture in a secret bathroom at Disneyland, which is illegal. I was officially banned. did you go to the shoot or what?” said the actress.
The artist also confirmed the existence of a secret society, called the Disney Illuminati. They say there are many celebrities there, but their identities cannot be revealed.
At the same time, he did not hide the fact that he himself belonged to the Disney Illuminati.
“You don’t have to say you’re in it. You don’t have to reveal the other celebrities that are there or the other members, but yes, I’m in it and we do secret cool stuff together. Sometimes we you go to Disneyland at 5am and I’m just running. I have a secret meeting in Palm Springs this weekend because Walt Disney goes there to find inspiration,” Rebel said.
According to him, there are adult gangs in the park.
“They have cool names like ‘White Rabbits’, ‘Children of Thanos’, ‘Coco Locos’. Sometimes they wear the same vest,” she explained.
To get into such a gang, you have to go through the initiation ceremony.
“One of the beginnings is that you have to steal an apple from the Snow White attraction. The apple has been stolen so many times that it now has a hologram instead of a real apple,” said the actress.
The media reports that there are more than 260 Disneyland social clubs.
We remind you, Wilson was previously engaged to his friend, designer Ramona Agruma after a seven-month relationship.
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