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An Artist Reimagined Disney Princesses As Britney Spears And They All Work, B-tch

Disney princesses. Britney Spears. Together, for the very first time.

Consider these two incontrovertible facts: Britney Spears is so iconic that outfits she wore once have reached that status as well. Also, Disney fairy tales are an icon factory, with each and every hero becoming part of the worldwide zeitgeist. So why not mash the two up? asked artist Isaiah Stephens to reimagine Disney princesses as Britney Spears in different eras of her storied and fabulous career. From Ariel as "Oops!...I Did It Again" Britney to Tiana as 2001 American Music Awards Britney, they'll take you higher.

Pocohantas looks fantastic as Britney from her infamous 1999 Rolling Stone cover, where she posed with a stuffed Teletubby. Pocohantas cuddles with her raccoon friend Meeko in a purple Teletubby pajama set instead. (Real question: do they sell those somewhere?)

The most daring reimagining has got to be the royal sisters of Arendelle, Anna and Elsa, as Britney Spears from "Toxic." Anna looks totally cute in her spacey flight attendant outfit, just like Spears herself, and Elsa -- well, this just proves Elsa has a private life, just like we all do. And she looks fantastic in Spears' iconic snow crystal-like bodysuit, doesn't she?

(The cold never bothered Elsa anyway, am I right? I'll see myself out.)

Go on over to Cosmopolitan for the full set of princesses, including a Disney Princess-ified version of the Brit-Brit movie classic, "Crossroads."