Adorable teen queens Demi Lovato & Selena Gomez do the requisite shopping montage in
Disney Channel's Original Movie, Princess Protection Program
UPDATE: ALL DVDS ARE GONE. THANKS EVERYONE!
If you get the Disney Channel and have a child in your household age 7-17, just skip reading the rest of this text and send me an email with your mailing address STAT.
For the rest of you, I have 30 free DVDs of the latest Disney Channel Original Movie, Princess Protection Program. The movie features charismatic and watchable Tiger Beat regulars Selena Gomez (star of the Wizards of Waverly Place) and Demi Lovato (Sonny With a Chance.)
I saw this G-rated movie with my kids and thought it was fun and promoted good values. I think that Disney is genius to continue the tradition of releasing their teen made-for-TV films in the dead of summer. Princess Protection Program reminds me of the summer TV movie mash-ups of teen actors I used to watch in the '80s like Crash Course with Alyssa Milano or Poison Ivy with Michael J. Fox (NOT to be confused with Poison Ivy II with Alyssa Milano...now that's a VERY different type of cheaply-made movie and this is a family site people!)
Here's the set-up: Tomboy and American gal Carter (Gomez) gets a new "cousin" by helping her foreign service agent father and hiding out royalty, the lovely Rosalinda (Lovato.) In an unexpected (ha ha) role reversal, "Rosie" learns how to act like an everyday girl and Carter finds her own inner princess. Then they become BFFs and dance and sing around and charm the entire freaking world. They're basically two female Jonas brothers with dresses and eyebrow waxes.
If you'd like a copy of the movie for your very own, just be one of the first 30 readers to email your mailing address to jessica *dot* mcfadden *at* gmail *dot* com.
Please put your mailing address in the very first email you send. I'll reply to you if you are one of the lucky winners. If you don't receive a reply from me, then please assume that you were not one of the first respondents. I'll also post here when the DVDs are gone.
Here's a free gift for everyone - a music video of the girls rocking out as hard as you can when you're rated G: