This Mom Booked An Elsa Impersonator For Her Kid’s Birthday And OOPS A Man In A Wig And Dress Showed Up Instead

by 5 years ago


Around this time last year people everywhere were basically jizzing themselves over the movie Frozen. Annoyed that people shouldn’t shut the hell up about a stupid kid’s movie, I sat down and watched it with my boyfriend.

It sucked.

For one, I hate when people break out into song in movies. Also, I thought Elsa was a selfish twat for hiding away from her sister for all those years and wallowing in her own self-pity. Yes I know the movie was meant for 8-year-olds. Yes I know the film won 2 Oscars. Blow me.

Even if I was 6 I don’t think I would’ve really cared about Frozen since I was more of a Dragon Ball Z kind of girl, but I can understand how pissed Luci Hindmarsh was when the Elsa impersonator she hired for her kid’s birthday party ended up being what looks like a man in a wig.

// they’re basically twins! If like, one had been dumped into a vat of acid and crawled its way out somehow. According to Mirror,

Furious Luci Hindmarsh, 35, booked the Frozen performer for her daughter Misty’s party – and was promised a magical experience for the five-year-old and her excited pals.

But the girls were left disappointed after the entertainer – who arrived in normal clothes – changed into a tatty dress which looked like “she’d left a rave at 6am”.

Her jet-black hair was clearly visible under her ill-fitting blonde wig and the kids were left baffled when she sang a 70s rock song as well as tunes from the hit movie…

“Add to this that the lady had a heavy Spanish accent and you begin to get a picture of the level of care put into providing us with an Elsa entertainer.

Oh…wait. The impersonator is actually a girl?


Ahhh, I see it now. Could’ve fooled me.

Luci complained enough and was able to get 50% of the impersonator’s fee refunded, but in reality this was a valuable lesson in “Shit happens and dreams get crushed, get over it” for her kids. Can’t put a price on life lessons if you ask me.

[H/T Mirror]