Ready for your daily dose of delightfully weird web content? You are in luck, because J-14 magazine photoshopped Disney princess eyeballs onto celebrities’ faces. Now, I know that does not sound too bad on paper; Disney Princesses have lovely eyes, celebrities have lovely faces, and the combination of the two should yield lovely results. Well, I am here to tell you that celebrities with Disney princess eyeballs are nightmare fuel. Strange and hilarious nightmare fuel. I cannot resist strange and hilarious nightmare fuel, so yeah, as a matter of fact I am super into Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Bella Thorne, Kendall Jenner, Camila Cabello, Gigi Hadid, Kylie Jenner, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, and Jennifer Lawrence with Disney princess eyeballs.
The celebrities with Disney princess eyeballs look like Bratz dolls come to life. Or like the martian versions of these famous humans. Or like 11 martians who tried to dress up like famous humans, but failed to conceal their enormous martian eyes. Or like there was a new fashion trend where it was all the rage to cover your eyes with gigantic cartoon eye stickers. Or like a sorcerer cast an eyeball enlargement spell on 11 different famous humans. Or like a sorcerer turned 11 famous humans into those Steve Madden ads that were in, like, every other magazine in the '90s. Or all of those things at once.
Here's a look at Kylie Jenner as a Disney princess:
Next up? Here's Gigi Hadid, Disney style.
And one more, for good measure. Ariana Grande:
You can check out all the rest of the Disney princess eyeball’d celebrities over at J-14.
Just a warning: You cannot unsee the Disney princess eyeball'd celebrities, so do not try. Instead, let the slideshow seep into your mind. May it play on a loop on the inside of your eyelids as you fall asleep tonight. May it be the only thing you see when you close your eyes. May you become one with the Disney princess eyeball'd celebrities.
Editor's Note: This story has been updated from the original version to include photos of the celebrities.